The Engage 360 Blog

An evangelism blog dedicated to

helping you share your faith in everyday life.

Welcome to the Engage 360 Evangelism Blog

Here you will find a variety of posts to help you know your faith, share your faith, and grow in your faith. We recognize that the church is in a challenging position in our culture. Many Christians are afraid of having religious or spiritual conversations with non-Christians. The good news is there are natural ways to share your faith in everyday life.

We trust this blog will help you to do so along with our other resources, including our Engage Your World Podcast. You can also find out about news and upcoming E360 events. If you have questions or ideas for blog posts reach out to us at blog@e360m.org.

Complete Blog Archives

Motivation for Evangelism

Motivation for Evangelism

What is the Motivation for Evangelism? Oftentimes, when we think about doing evangelism we focus on the when, the how, and the what. But if we aren’t careful, we can leave out the most important factor to consider. This is to step back and ask ourselves this question:...

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Faith and Reason

Faith and Reason

How do faith and reason relate to one another? In previous blog posts, we have argued that you can know God exists and Jesus rose from the dead through reason and evidence.   But this raises a problem: is this how you came to know Christ? Is this how the Christians...

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Engage Your Church

We offer interactive, hands on training for churches culminating in putting the evangelism training into practice by taking trainees out into the local community for live conversations.

Engage Your City

We desire to see Christians united and mobilized to reach their city with the truth of the Gospel. Our geographically based online communities offer evangelism training, resources, and a forum to organize regular outreach.

Engage Your University

We are creating multi-day university evangelism events that include sidewalk conversations, formal talks, and coordinated follow-up plans for churches and campus ministries.

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