Pastors who help make Christianity Explored happen

To pastors who read this blog, you are key in helping your people tell the gospel.  After I heard Paul Chelson commenting about how their pastors were doing an exceptionally good job at this, I asked Paul and Judy to write about how pastors in their church are helping people tell the gospel. Tony Campolo …

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Opening the Book or Closing the Deal

Craig Dyer, training director for Christianity Explored Ministries, writes this week’s blog post.  Craig's role takes him all over the globe, but the Dyer's currently live near the airport in Glasgow. A thunder-bolt in the Departure lounge  23rd January 2013: I was sitting in the departure lounge of Entebbe Airport about to fly home to …

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The Gospel Produces a Powerful Effect on the Life of the Church

One question I frequently hear is, “Should I run Christianity Explored for people in the congregation or should I focus on people outside?” My answer is “yes!” Both people inside and outside the church need a better grasp of the gospel. Recently I read in Tim Keller’s book Center Church: Doing Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry in …

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