The 5 Days Of Christmas Myths Day 2

The 5 days of Christmas myths Day 2.  In this series we’re looking at 5 common Christmas myths that perpetuate each year.  The culture, and many Christians, accept these myths without question.  No one ever stops to think about where they come from, or if they are even accurate.  We’re taking a closer look at them to see if […]

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The 5 Myths Of Christmas; Day 1

The 5 days of Christmas myths; day 1.  Merry Christmas everyone!  This is always an exciting time of the year.  We are given the opportunity to reflect on the birth of Jesus.  It’s the time of year that we celebrate with friends and family.  Many families have favorite traditions that they look forward to every year, and we are no […]

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Fruitful but Faithless: Compromising the Gospel

Back to Basics: Why Study Apologetics?

How do I explain why apologetics is essential to someone unfamiliar with the subject? Why am I so hyper-focused on this one area of Christian teaching, rather than others? It made me realize that it is a good idea to occasionally zoom out and go back to the basics.

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10 Seconds to Speak Up

“Why Are You a Christian” How Will You answer?

This question does not get asked every day, especially by non-Christians. Don’t waste it. This question is essentially an invitation to share the gospel, handed to us on a silver platter. What gospel will you share?

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I See Dead People

I see dead people. This was of course the famous line spoken by Haley Joel Osment in the movie “The Sixth Sense”.  The 1999 movie tells the story of a young boy that can see and communicate with dead people.   The Sixth Sense was nominated for 6 Academy awards and was the second highest grossing movie of 1999.   […]

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There are No Silver Bullets in Evangelism

4 Reasons Apologetics Benefits You

If you’ve ever tried to share your convictions with someone (and if you’re a Christian, I would hope that you had!), you know how intimidating it can be.   I’ve been there.  We don’t want to be the one getting tongue tied and fumbling for words. Getting a conversation started is usually the hardest part of […]

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