Part 2: How to Set Up a Gospel Appointment
In the last article I talked about the amazing impact Gospel Appointments have had in my campus ministry and in the lives of so many who were lost. Gospel Appointments ...
Part 1: The 10 Benefits of Gospel Appointments
For years I have been looking for an evangelism tool that mixes best practices of relational evangelism and initiative evangelism. Because of time constraints and a lack of tangible results ...
The Fuel & Exhaust of Disciple-Making
Discipleship is the engine of any good ministry. Just as engines need fuel for proper maintenance and performance, discipleship is dependent upon evangelism to keep it running. Unfortunately, though, evangelism ...
Creating a Personal Ministry
Campus Ministry Today fuels campus movements to send laborers to harvest the unreached peoples of the world. But sending laborers begins first with leading the lost to Christ and making ...
How Effective Do You Really Want to Be?
I sincerely believe this generation of university students is one of the most significant, exciting, and challenging generations of our time. They are without a doubt the most connected generation ...
Evangelism: The Cutting Edge of Your Ministry
Now the year is 1944, and Hitler and his Nazi regime are threatening to take over all of Europe. The only hope to stop them appears to be the ...
How to Find Your Role in the World Christian Movement
Do you know what your role is in building God’s Kingdom around the world? Are you a goer, sender, welcomer, or mobilizer?
Twenty reasons why I want to raise support (and not receive a salary)
I know this sounds crazy. I want to raise my support, and I would not have it any other way. Don’t get me wrong—a paycheck is nice. I’ve been there ...
Reaching the “Unreached” on Campus
I thought I understood the Great Commission. The more I study, the more I’m finding out what Jesus really desired His followers to do. This has had a tremendous impact ...
College Students: The Most Powerful Percent on the Planet
We don’t have to look far to see the incredible potential of college students. Even though only one percent of the world’s population are collegians, what a powerful one percent ...