Tag Archives: Evangelism

Jumping Over the Evangelism Wall

I occasionally have the opportunity to equip and prepare groups to share the Gospel. Training of this nature is most effective when it is connected to a real life application. When we teach toward a tangible, upcoming challenge, the teaching becomes training. For this reason, the best evangelism training is …

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How Do You Determine If Someone Is Willing to Hear About Jesus? (Video)

In this video, recorded at a recent Fearless Faith Seminar, J. Warner Wallace discusses material from his upcoming book, Forensic Faith. How do we determine if the person we are trying to reach is interested in hearing about Jesus? What do we do when someone appears to be antagonistic to …

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When We Spend More Time Arguing About How to Make the Case than We Spend Making the Case

I’ve been investigating cold-case homicides for over 26 years. My professional career (and now my consulting opportunities with the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office) have been both challenging and rewarding. More importantly, they’ve helped me to refine my skills as an investigator. I am determined to stay active and help …

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