My first two years on staff with Cru, we were encouraged to share our faith with multiple college students each week. But we had no quota we needed to reach. That changed in year three. We were required to witness to ten or more students per week one-on-one. When I spoke to the basketball and
The one and only condition to be eternally saved is to believe. To believe means to be persuaded that something is true (see here). If you believe the saving message is true, then you are saved. There is nothing more for you to do. “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me
Question Dear Mr. Lazar. Since you wrote this article some time ago, you may have done your research and corrected your misinterpretation of Billy Graham’s final testimony. When Billy Graham stated that Christians should be “committing your life to Christ,” he meant to have true faith and trust in Christ to cross the “bridge.” He certainly did not mean by
I don’t use Facebook or Twitter. But Shawn does. He tells me that some people online are wondering why I or GES should be the arbiter of what Free Grace Theology (FGT) is and therefore who holds to FGT. Every person’s eternal destiny will be based on whether he believed the saving message or not.
B. B. asks this heartfelt question: Hi. I had a question regarding Rev 21:8. Sometimes I get fearful to approach people to share the gospel with them, and I’ll chicken out and not do it. Does this mean that I’ll be in the lake of fire for all eternity? I’ve asked the Lord to forgive
Look at this sign. It reads, “Free Air. $0.25” See the problem? Not everyone does. The person who made the sign didn’t. To him it made perfect sense. I’ll admit that a quarter is a good price for air—I don’t see it going for less than $1.25 in my neighborhood. A quarter is certainly cheap.
When people hear the claim that John wrote his Gospel with an evangelistic purpose, they’re often surprised because they’ve never heard that before. But after reading John 20:30-31, they usually admit that is the case. However, people become very skeptical when you start reasoning based on that premise, such as deducing that John’s Gospel must
Q: What would you say to someone who believes in the necessity of Lordship Salvation if you only had one minute to get your point across? A: If he has a Christian background, I can assume he believes that Jesus is the Savior (in some sense) and that He died on the cross for our
Alex asks: I know from the Bible that you must believe on the Lord Jesus Christ to be saved as mentioned in Acts 16:31 and John 6:47. However, what about Him do we need to believe in order to be saved? The is the $64,000 question, isn’t it? First, I commend Alex for recognizing that