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Jesus, being the perfect sacrifice, offers the free gift of salvation. God loves you so much that He sacrificed His own unblemished Son to suffer the wrath against sin by dying on the Cross.
In countries where there is no Christian basis, how could people ever understand the gospel without knowledge of the Creator, sin, and the need for salvation? Understanding the foundational aspects of the gospel in Genesis is a vital key to reach the world for Christ.
All around us are ready-made opportunities to meet neighbors and share God’s goodness. But in the hectic pace of modern life we have lost sight of these natural venues. Weave “making an impact on my neighbors” into your daily routine!
Creation evangelism —using the biblical account of creation to spread the gospel—is not just for pastors and evangelists; it’s for everyone, old and young alike. Perhaps you might want to try one of these ideas to reach people with the truth of God’s Word from the very first verse.
The central mission of every Christian should be proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ to others. Creation evangelism provides the perfect platform!
What is salvation, and what does it mean to be saved? How were people saved before Christ’s incarnation? Can an evolutionist still be saved?
Every week we receive encouraging testimonies from dozens of people who have been blessed and touched by God through the ministry of Answers in Genesis.
Missionaries and street evangelists are successfully using creation evangelism, presenting the gospel starting in Genesis, to fulfill the Great Commission.
When Answers in Genesis announced plans to build a full-size Ark in the Midwest, the media was dumbfounded.
Human love often feels empty or cheap. But Scripture teaches a different love that brought the King to Earth to die on a Cross that sinners might be saved.
When Christians talk about the gospel, they are presenting the good news of Christ’s death and resurrection.
Paul Taylor, AiG–U.K., has a rather unexpected guest at one of his recent talks.