Social media has given voices to many that wouldn't otherwise have one. But with that comes the danger of a bully pulpit, and as Uncle Ben would say, “with great power comes great responsibility.”
On this episode:Nate talks about resonating with the non-believer's view (:29)Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (10:55)Game: Fact or Fib (13:20)How Do You Talk to a Non-Believer About Abortion? (27:24) Don’t miss out on our...
On this episode:Nate gives some ministry announcements (:29)3 Steps to Asking Leading Questions (2:56) *Recorded at Life Baptist Church in Las Vegas in 2018 We'd love to have Nate speak...
It sounds counter-intuitive, but it's true - a mark of a good Christian communicator is exposure to ideas you don't agree with. As we've written before, and discussed on the podcast, if we want...
On this episode:Nate gets you ready to have effective conversations for Christ this Christmas (:29)Nate welcomes Gene (6:35)Nate and Gene announce the first winner of our book giveaway: The Reason for God (8:34)Stealing from God with Frank...
“A lot of religions have a message that sounds like…’You're okay. This will help you improve.’ But Evangelical Christianity says, ‘You're not okay…You have to believe it or you’re lost.’ That makes it a message that always...
The use of creative apologetics--engaging with the Christian worldview via storytelling--is a particular interest of mine. That’s largely because I’m a storyteller, and stories speak to me in ways that lectures, sermons, and theological tomes do not. But I’ve...
On this episode: Nate talks about a teacher trick that you can use in evangelism and apologetics (:30) Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (9:29) The team plays a game called "How Well Do You Osteen, Bro?!" (11:51) How Are We Having Sacred Dialogue...
On this episode: Nate shares 2 thoughts for those waiting to get into ministry (:29) Nate welcomes Logan (10:22) Logan analyzes the culture's reaction to the death of Stan Lee (13:41) How to Talk to a Non-Believer About Sin (24:42) Sign up for our...
Much of the bad communication we see online as well as in person could be improved by asking a simple question: “What is my purpose in saying this?” We like to think that the purpose of every post we write...

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