Tag Archives: teaching and training

We Need to Test Ourselves So We Can Become Good Christian Case Makers (Video)

In this presentation before an audience of Summit Worldview Ministry supporters, J. Warner Wallace describes the importance of testing ourselves to discover what we know (and don’t know) in order to become good Christian Case Makers. What is the connection between testing and training? How can testing energize the training …

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How to Prepare Your Kids to Engage the Culture (Podcast)

In this rebroadcasted radio show from Stand to Reason’s weekly podcast, J. Warner Wallace talks about how to effectively train your kids, then he answers a question about facts and discusses “choosing your jury” and how to study your Bible forensically. To listen to additional Stand to Reason podcasts, please …

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How to Nurture and Be Nurtured As a Christian (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #94)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner continues his comprehensive description of the difference between teaching and training by discussing the importance of good mentorship. Are you mentoring anyone as a Christian? Do you have a mentor to whom you can look for answers and examples of …

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How Involvement Changes the Christian Life (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #93)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner continues his comprehensive description of the difference between teaching and training by articulating the need for all Christian believers to get involved in the battlefield of ideas. Do you want to change your Christian walk? Do you want to become …

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How Can We Address the Flight of Young People from the Church? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #25)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner describes a strategy to address the departure of young people from the Church. The statistics related to college aged Christians is discouraging. J. Warner offers a solution as he describes how to change teaching into training. (For more information, visit …

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