Posted On April 14, 2019

On today’s Equipping You in Grace episode, Dave Jenkins and Brian Hedges discuss biblical theology, engaging in evangelism, asking good questions, and his tract, The Story of His Glory.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • How stories provide a lens through which we see the world.
  • How important it is that Christians engage from a biblical worldview with others.
  • The importance of asking questions in evangelism.
  • A brief outline of the Creation, Fall, Redemption, Consummation framework and how it should impact our evangelism.
  • Recommended books on biblical theology and evangelism.
  • Advice for Christians feeling fearful about engaging in evangelism.
  • Learning to engage with non-Christians in a Christian manner.
  • How important is it that Christians learn how to ask good questions.
  • How the redemptive story of the gospel help fuel the Christian’s engagement in evangelism.
  • Why church leaders should use The Story of His Glory to train people.
  • Why lay Christians should use the Story of His glory in their evangelism.

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