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Praying For the North Korean Summit posted by John Sorensen on Jun, 11


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Occasionally, there is such a strategic moment for the cause of the Gospel.  Today happens to be one of those days. Continue reading

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Shine Like the Stars posted by John Sorensen on Jun, 8


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None of us want to be made fun of, especially as we share our faith in Jesus Christ. Continue reading

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Half Gospel is No Gospel at All posted by John Sorensen on Jun, 7


As believers in Jesus Christ, we want to be messengers of the Good News – winsome in our approach.  But it’s also imperative that we give people the full Gospel. Continue reading

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Who Do You Know? posted by John Sorensen on Jun, 6


We’ve all heard the saying:  It’s not what you know that matters. It’s WHO you know. Continue reading

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Biblical Love posted by John Sorensen on Jun, 5


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I’m sure you’ve heard about the American Bishop who spoke at the royal wedding. Continue reading

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Bishop Michael Curry’s Message of “Love” posted by John Sorensen on Jun, 4


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The Royal wedding has come and gone but Bishop Curry’s remarks have had a lasting impact. Continue reading

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Colin, the Atheist posted by John Sorensen on Jun, 1


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Looking for natural ways to start a Gospel conversation?  Then pick up a good book. Continue reading

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Anthony’s Trigger posted by John Sorensen on May, 31


Here’s an amazing example of God orchestrating a divine appointment. Continue reading

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John’s Uber Ride posted by John Sorensen on May, 30


Recently I was in New York City to help lead some training in evangelism.  On my way, the morning of the training, I asked the Uber driver a question. Continue reading

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“Seal the Deal” posted by John Sorensen on May, 29


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In business it’s critical to “seal the deal.” When sharing our faith, we also want to “seal the deal.”  But what if it doesn’t happen? Continue reading