Friday, December 27, 2013



Jesus Christ commands us to "GO." He commands us to "go into all the world and preach the good news" (gospel). Sharing our faith can be intimidating, but this is not a suggestion, it's a command. God has called us all to reach the lost. The first step is to simply start a conversation. When we are obedient to what God commands us to do, he will help us with the rest. It doesn't matter if you have been saved for years or you just came to Christ today, we can all share the gospel. Maybe you just don't know where to start. If that is the case, the videos included below are extremely helpful in sharing the gospel. Even if you do know where to start, these videos will be very helpful. There are hundreds of people we come in contact with everyday who are headed for an eternity separated from God, we have been given the responsibility and command of reaching them. So let's get started, and always keep in mind that we are never on our own, God is with us.


A simple and effective way to gain a heart to reach the lost is to make a list of all of the people you come in contact with regularly that need to hear the gospel. Whether it's your friends at school, family members, or the person who bags your groceries, write down the names of those people and pray for them on a daily basis. God will give you a heart to see them come to Christ and will begin to soften their hearts towards the gospel. 


Below are some videos and resources that are extremely helpful in sharing the gospel. Whether you are someone who shares their faith all the time, or someone who has never done it before, these videos will help you tremendously.

The God Test

The S.A.L.T. Principle

There are training videos that help you to be able to clearly and concisely answer all of the questions presented in the God Test at!videos/cngp
Let's go reach the lost!

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

A New Look At The Christmas Story

         The story of Christ’s birth is told a thousand times over at this time of year. The story of Mary and Joseph and the Three Wise Men, of the journey to Bethlehem only for there to be no room in the inn, and of the Savior of the world found lying in a manger. We reenact it in our Christmas plays and read the story on Christmas Day, but interwoven in this story are huge prophetic and historical implications. We see a poor virgin from Nazareth becoming betrothed to a lowly carpenter named Joseph. We see Caesar Augustus announcing a decree that requires Mary and Joseph to travel to Bethlehem. But what importance, if any, do all of these facts carry?
           The coming of the Messiah was no small thing in the Jewish world. This was an event greatly hoped for and anticipated. They longed for the day when the Savior would come and free them of their bondage and establish his everlasting Kingdom. The Messianic prophecies were well known by all and included predictions of his lineage, time of birth, events surrounding his birth, as well as many events after his birth.
            The Messiah was prophesied to be a descendant of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Gen. 12:3, Gen. 17:19, Num. 24:17). He was to come from the tribe of Judah and would be an heir to the throne of David (Gen. 49:10, Isaiah 9:7). In Matthew 1:1-16, the lineage of Jesus is painstakingly laid out to demonstrate the authenticity of his ancestry. He came from the line of Abraham, who was the father of Isaac, Isaac the father of Jacob, Jacob the father of Judah, and King David came from the tribe of Judah. Christ’s lineage is traced all the way down from David to Joseph, the husband of Mary.
             The orchestration of God in the events of history becomes very evident when you consider the next few prophesies.

Hell - Nick Hall

Evangelist Nick Hall on the topic of Hell. Does Hell really exist? Why is there a Hell?


Monday, December 9, 2013


The gospel presented by Propaganda. "The full story of life crushed into four minutes. The entirety of humanity in the palm of your hand, crushed into one sentence. The greatest story ever told that's hardly ever told." "You can't fix yourself. Stop trying, it's impossible. Sin brings death." "We are eternally separated and the only way to fix it is for someone to die in our place, and that someone has to be perfect, or the payment ain't permanent." "Since the only one who can meet God's criteria is God, he sent himself as Jesus to pay the cost for us. His righteousness, his death, functions as payment."


God. Our. Sins. Paying. Everyone. Life.

Monday, December 2, 2013

All Or Nothing: Coming Soon!

My new article "All Or Nothing" will be published on on January 3, 2014. The article is an appeal for this generation to live up to its destiny in Christ and to give God our everything. "All or nothing" is the battle cry of a generation of world changers, a generation that will take a stand for Christ. A generation that won't compromise, won't be spectators, and will place Christ at the center of everything we do.


Sunday, December 1, 2013

Video Interview With Adam Boyd

"If you can't explain how nothing--and I mean absolutely nothing--turned itself into everything, then there is no point in even debating other topics. I have sat down with five-year-olds and said, 'Imagine you have a box with nothing in it, no light, no air, nothing. Nothing can get in or out of the box. What if you took the box and let it sit for a billion years, what would be in it?' You know what they answered? 'Nothing!' Nothing comes from nothing."
-Adam Boyd

Don't miss our video interview with Adam Boyd. Coming soon!