How EASY Is It to Hand Out Gospel Tracts?

VERY easy! One of the best ways to begin actively sharing your faith with the lost, especially strangers, is to begin distributing Gospel tracts.  So many of us, myself included at one time, are afraid of the response we will get by handing someone a tract. Why is this so? What is there to fear? … Continue reading

Be Bold This Christmas

So they remained for a long time, speaking boldly for the Lord, who bore witness to the word of his grace, granting signs and wonders to be done by their hands. – Acts 14:3 This Christmas will you be BOLD in sharing the Gospel with your family and friends? Often times I hear so many excuses … Continue reading

Bin Laden Evangelism Survey

Yesterday on airō I posted an article titled Osama, Terrorism, Despair, and Hope and closed with how the death of Osama bin Laden has given us an incredible opportunity to share the Gospel with the lost. No doubt every person you come in contact with has an opinion on the matter, and I can think of no … Continue reading

Great Outdoors, Fellowship, and Evangelism

One of my most favorite things to do in life is to enjoy the great outdoors.  Last Saturday, a group of us headed to Grandfather Mountain in Western North Carolina to meet up with a couple of dear friends, Josh and Steve, who recently moved from Charlotte to pastor Higher Ground Church of God in … Continue reading

A Rich Man’s Testimony

How often do we come across professing Christians in witnessing encounters who don’t have very much to say about their faith, much less explain what their faith is or means? Such is the symptom of a Christ-less Christianity in the American church.  The Christian faith is often defined by doing good works, going to church, … Continue reading

Workplace Evangelism

Something incredible happened at work today. Due to the nature of my job, opportunities to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with people at work do not come very often.  Lately, I have tried to frame my conversations in a way that reveals I am a Christian (like inserting references to church into conversations, etc.), … Continue reading

Witnessing to Muslims

Every Thursday night, Crucial (aka Matt Slyman, who you will meet soon on the Meet the Team page),  and I go to UNC-Charlotte to witness to folks on campus. However, last night we found out the hard way that the school was closed for spring break. So I wanted to check out a local pedestrian-friendly … Continue reading