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What About the Nones?

A follow-up to our review of the book, You Found Me, by Rick Richardson In his newest book, You Found Me: New Research on How Unchurched Nones, Millennials, and Irreligious Are Surprisingly Open to Christian Faith, Rick Richardson addresses several myths about the American Church.  The first myth he addresses is that America is becoming …

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Book Review: You Found Me by Rick Richardson

If you've read Rico Tice’s book Honest Evangelism:  How to Talk about Jesus Even When It’s Tough, a good book to read as a follow-up is Rick Richardson’s new book, You Found Me:  New Research on How Unchurched Nones, Millennials, and Irregligious Are Surprisingly Open to Christian Faith. In Honest Evangelism, Rico gives two halves …

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Book review: Questioning Evangelism by Randy Newman

Of the many books on evangelism, what stands out about Newman's book, Questioning Evangelism? For me, it was how I could picture myself practicing the concepts in this book. The book is broken up into three sections to help readers digest the content. The first section talks about why questions are an effective tool in …

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Expressing the message of Easter: Resources to share

For many people in America, Christians or not, the message of Easter gets pushed aside by pastel colors, eggs filled with candy, and a life-size bunny that comes and brings treats and gifts to children. This Easter, you can help steer people back toward the true message of Easter with the following two resources: Capturing …

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