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Hope Explored was made to be your Christmas follow-up

There is no doubt that Christmas is a wonderful opportunity for evangelism. Churches worldwide go to great lengths to get as many people as possible through their doors in December to hear the gospel but that normally means the schedule for December is chock-full. Unsurprisingly, it’s hard for many of us to see beyond the …

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4 Ways to Use Christianity Explored this Fall

While summer is in full swing, many pastors and church staff are looking towards the fall and planning for one of the busiest times on the church calendar. But in the midst of Sunday schools, small groups, and back-to-school bashes, it's important to create spaces for newcomers, young Christians, or churchgoers struggling with questions about …

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Spiritual but not religious: The rise (and surprise) of the Nones

by Randy Newman, Senior Fellow for Apologetics and Evangelism, C.S. Lewis Institute and author of Mere Evangelism You’ve probably heard about “the rise of the nones,” that is, the steady and significant increase in the number of people who say they have no religion.* As Christians who love the mission of Christianity Explored and desire …

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Running Life Explored in a coffee shop

This winter, a small team of church members and their pastor ran Life Explored in a San Diego coffee shop. Each week, their friends, coworkers and even strangers joined in. A biologist, a Hollywood script writer, yoga students, and workout buddies were some of those that gathered to discuss questions of life, meaning and Christianity. …

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