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Category: Evangelism

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How to Share Your Faith Critically and Contextually Today

By Ed Stetzer: In every time period and historical context during which it has been shared, the gospel has confronted culture in one way or another. During the years of Christ’s ministry, it challenged the mistreatment of the poor. During the Reformation, it drove Martin Luther to condemn the selling of […]

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Creating a Culture of Evangelistic Accountability

By Ed Stetzer: Evangelism has the ability to make some of us very uncomfortable. We worry about offending people. We agonize over saying something wrong, unorthodox, or unhelpful that might end up leading someone further from Christ in lieu of closer to him. While we certainly don’t want to share Jesus […]

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7 Signs Your Church Is (Finally) Reaching Unchurched People

by Carey Nieuwhof: So as a church leader you have a desire to reach new people with the good news of Jesus. But how do you know your church is really finally (truly) reaching the unchurched? First, you can (and should) use data to find out whether you are attracting transfer […]

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Balancing Three Factors

by Peyton Jones: Ninjas don’t have a lot of decisions to make. They don’t get to pick what color to wear. For ninjas black is always the new black. However, to a bivocational ninja there are career choices to be made. There are three factors of choosing a career path that […]

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Rapid Multiplication Approach to Multisite Expansion with Chris Hankins

by Rich Birch: Thanks for joining in for another episode of the unSeminary podcast. Today I have Chris Hankins with me, the Lead Pastor of The Point Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Point Church has about 17 services across 9 locations on Sundays. With a total attendance of between 1500-2000 […]

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What’s Holding You Back?

by Craig Etheredge: The greatest hindrance to living outward is focusing inward. Not long ago, I sat in a restaurant with my friend, Greg, as we caught up on all the happenings in our families. I have known Greg for many years, stretching all the way back to when he was […]

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Urban Church Planting Through Theater And Community Gardens: An Interview With Deb Walkemeyer

by Peyton Jones: Welcome to Season 8 Episode 12 of the Hardcore Church Planting Podcast with Peyton Jones and Pete Mitchell. In this episode, I interviewed Deb Walkemeyer. To get straight to listening Click Here and to download in iTunes click here.Deb serves as Co-Pastor of Light & Life Christian Fellowship in Long Beach, […]

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5 Keys To Having Meaningful, Life-Giving Conversations With Non-Christians

guest post by Rose Meeder: At some point, if you are sincere about your Christian faith, you are going to have a conversation with someone about it.  Or are you? Let me back up a minute, if “being a Christian” is something you take seriously, you are probably going to THINK […]

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On Being A Blessing To Your Community

by Peyton Jones: This week Pete Mitchell and I discuss how to be a blessing to your community. To get straight to listening click here and to download in iTunes click here. First thing’s first, what does it mean to be a blessing. In my view it means, what can you you do to […]

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Developing a Lighter & Quicker Footprint For Your Next Campus or Church Plant with Jeff Beachum

by Rich Birch: Thanks for coming back for this week’s episode of the unSeminary podcast. I’m honored to have Jeff Beachum of Portable Church Industries with us today. PCI helps churches go portable. Portable Church started one day when a portable church was struggling in a middle school setting. Finally […]