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Because so many Christians (including many Christian leaders) have disregarded Genesis, even many church people do not truly understand the gospel. For today’s world, we need a radical approach to evangelism. That radical approach is to present the gospel the way God Himself does for us in His Word—starting in Genesis!
Most of today’s unchurched people in their twenties want more than the same old programs and insufficient answers. They enjoy deep conversation and wrestling with ideas. They also want meaningful relationships. So as Christians, we need to understand this generation and invest in them, if we want to reach them.
Consider these seven tips for reaching young people with the gospel.
We need to be aware of where people are at today, and like the Apostle Paul at Mars Hill, be prepared to adapt our approach, and be ‘always ready to give an answer’ (1 Peter 3:15). It’s exciting to know there are so many answers available today to the lie of evolution.
Acrimonious sparring on Facebook or tweets on Twitter do one any good. If the person mocks your response or tries to bait you through emotional words, respectfully decline or don’t answer at all.
Christians need to be equipped to address the great questions of our day regarding science and earth history. But is Sunday school the place to do this?
One way to prepare for challenges when witnessing is to imagine the hardest cases, and then solve them.
How can someone start a new life by having a relationship with Jesus Christ?
Sharing the gospel can be tough these days. No matter what new witnessing method comes along, none of them seem to work like they once did.
How do we reach those who aren't going to church?
We need to be aware of where people are at today, and like the Apostle Paul at Mars Hill, be prepared to adapt our approach.
Social media sites open the door for Christians to present the gospel to more people than ever before.
Are our modern nations like the model in Acts 2—or like the very different situation in Acts 17?
Looking for new ways to reach others with truths about God and His creation? Perhaps you have heard some of these ideas but never tried them. Why not this summer?
Charles Spurgeon. John Wesley. George Whitfield. Peter. Paul. They are all dead. If they could come back to planet earth for any amount of time, what would they want to do?
At the annual Flower Days in the Netherlands, the Baken family creates stunning flower mosaics that portray biblical themes.
Judy Bowman tells others about Christ as she cycles across America.
When children, young people, and adults are informed about the truth of dinosaurs, they can answer the questions of a skeptical world and spread the good news of the gospel.
In the past two years, many of us here in Denver, Colorado, have actively passed out Answers in Genesis DVDs as evangelism tools.
The building process of the Creation Museum was more than simply another construction site—it was a witnessing field.
You may have to look harder these days, but the agricultural roots of state fairs still exist. Tractor pulls, livestock judging, and 4-H competitions continue to play a big part of this annual event.
When a maid was cleaning the hotel room in which the staff member was staying, she discovered a tip tucked into an AiG brochure,a unique way of using creation evangelism.
Creation evangelism, sharing the biblical account of creation, is not just for pastors and evangelists; it’s for everyone—old and young alike.
If you look at history, God has often used the individual—one person—to change the course of history. I’m asking you to stand up and be that individual.