Greg Koukl is a man who needs no introduction. He’s got a new book out called Street Smarts, and it will revolutionize the way you think about engaging the culture today. Many evangelism tactics focus on harvesting, but Greg recommends gardening. Find out the key differences between the two and more on this episode of […]
Don’t commit spiritual ambush! Stuart talks to Abdu about some common mistakes of zeal that we make in evangelism and apologetics. Listen as Stuart recounts a time he wished he had done something differently, and a time he followed the Lord’s prompting and did it well, and the lessons he learned about drawing a person […]
Fear feels like control, but love feels like trust. Anyone who does evangelism or apologetics knows the burden of trying to change someone’s mind regarding matters of faith. It is a burden of love, but without a firm confidence in the Lord, it can feel to others like a burden of control. In this episode, […]
Every person comes with context. Apologists and evangelists regularly regret their failure to fairly listen to the arguments others make. However, Lisa tells Abdu that the real regret is a failure to listen to their stories.
Don’t mistake preparation for practice. Matthew talks to Abdu about two emotions every apologist and evangelist knows well, fear and anger, and the keys to controlling them when talking to skeptics.
Verbal sparring is not the Gospel. In this episode, Rice offers Abdu a refreshing approach to evangelism for apologists: don’t fall into the trap of an intellectual argument for the sake of argument or puffing up the self. Rice Broocks is the senior minister of Bethel World Outreach Church in Nashville, TN, cofounder of the […]
Apologist and evangelist Alex McElroy tells Abdu about a time he answered a person’s questions but not their pain. As it turns out, a bad encounter does not have to be the last encounter. Alex McElroy is an apologist, pastor, leadership advisor, international speaker, author of Blueprint for Bible Basics, and host of the popular […]
Forgetting What You Know. Every apologist and evangelist has been faced with extreme moments of forgetfulness. They look back and wonder how on earth they could have forgotten such a crucial point or Bible verse. But as it turns out, these moments of forgetfulness are blessings in disguise. Alycia Wood is a sought-after speaker and […]
Using logic with love. Apologists and evangelists are often equipped with knowing answers to skeptical questions, but not how to answer those questions with both truth and love. When that happens, we might use pure logic to answer someone who needs pastoral sensitivity. Robby discusses the difficulty of switching from answering a question to answering […]
Can we be too winsome? Robby tells us about a time he erred on the side of winsomeness when he received a highly-emotional question about the LGBTQ community. In so doing, he helps us understand what it means to truly love one’s enemies. Robby Lashua is a speaker and writer with Stand to Reason. A […]