GCS Podcast

MUD

April 04, 2020 Season 1 Episode 18
GCS Podcast
MUD
Chapters
GCS Podcast
MUD
Apr 04, 2020 Season 1 Episode 18

If you think Christianity faces an uphill battle today, just look at the daunting task the early church faced. How did pain and persecution in the early days of Christianity help spread the Gospel, and how did the convictions of first century Christians conquer the world?

A faithful witness is one who is credible on a particular subject because of their experience, which shows in their convictions. Every believer is commissioned to bring people to Jesus. The Lord is not asking us to do something impossible or impractical, but what does it mean and how do we to go about it?

Conviction is a powerful motivator, and it is what is needed today in a world filled with difficult questions and very few answers. What kind of process is needed to bring a person to faith in Christ?

Let's join Tony as he breaks down the process of drawing a non-Christian to Christ through six easy to understand steps using an agricultural model.

Show Notes

If you think Christianity faces an uphill battle today, just look at the daunting task the early church faced. How did pain and persecution in the early days of Christianity help spread the Gospel, and how did the convictions of first century Christians conquer the world?

A faithful witness is one who is credible on a particular subject because of their experience, which shows in their convictions. Every believer is commissioned to bring people to Jesus. The Lord is not asking us to do something impossible or impractical, but what does it mean and how do we to go about it?

Conviction is a powerful motivator, and it is what is needed today in a world filled with difficult questions and very few answers. What kind of process is needed to bring a person to faith in Christ?

Let's join Tony as he breaks down the process of drawing a non-Christian to Christ through six easy to understand steps using an agricultural model.

Support the show (https://www.greatcommissionsociety.org/donate)