This week, John Bailey and Mark Renfroe talk about about what it looks like to share the gospel well.
Dr. K. Scott Oliphint joins the Gary Wilkerson Podcast to talk about every believer's responsibility to be prepared to defend what they believe.
John Amanchukwu joins the Gary Wilkerson Podcast for a conversation on critical race theory, offering advice on how to honor God and one another.
Many people in India still have never heard the good news of Jesus Christ.
After prayer and consideration, our ministry partners have begun focus on one particular unreached people group: the Banjara. The Joshua Project notes, “They are the largest nomadic group in India and are known as the root Romani of the earth.”
Believers and spiritual leaders are called to risk everything to make a difference in the world. John Bailey talks about the incredible, wild life that the Great Commission summons us into as we obey Christ's command. The cost of living this way, though, can be high and turn the world against us.
Over 80 percent of the unchurched have a believer in their life whom they trust. The popular saying that actions speak louder than words in evangelism is false; actions speak before words. Barry Meguiar points out that God has uniquely placed us to boldly share the gospel with others.
All too often the church has oversimplified the Great Commission and missed out on the most important trait needed to reach the lost and shepherd the church.
Dr. Henry Cloud is a psychologist and consultant for corporate leaders who are trying to improve their team dynamics. A new president who was overseeing a merger between two health-care organizations asked Dr. Cloud to sit in on a meeting for the upper-management teams from both companies.
In this special Q & A, Gary Wilkerson and Ron Brown answer questions that Christians have about sharing their faith.
This week, Times Square Church Pastor Tim Dilena joins Gary Wilkerson to look at the way we discuss salvation in church and how Christians can be well-equipped to share their faith.
World Challenge’s partners are offering help and hope to widows in the war-torn villages of Ukraine.
In many parts of Ukraine, like other cultures around the world, women who have been widowed rely on family members to care for them. Sadly, that family support system is not always in place. Some widows have no family at all, and others have relatives who live too far away or are unable to take care of them.