Awkward, confusing, and just straight up exhausting- sharing our faith with our friends can be difficult. This week, our panel tells stories about intense faith discussions in college, at work, or even in hotel rooms late at night. We discuss what seems to work best and what doesn’t work at all in reaching our non-believing friends.
Guests: Josh McDowell,
The guy who wrote a famous book about evidence says it actually wasn’t evidence that brought him to Christ. “My problem wasn’t intellectual, it was emotional,” says Josh McDowell. He helps us learn how to answer our non-believing friends’ emotional needs with Scripture. (Lisa also asks him how old he has to be to have a website that’s literally his first name.) Join us as we talk to Josh McDowell about the new edition of his classic book “Evidence That Demands a Verdict.”
We know the biblical mandate: We need to save ourselves sexually for marriage. But sadly, it seems harder and harder to date anyone who doesn’t have some kind of sexual past. Should we hold out for someone who’s stayed pure? Or is it time to “settle”? Counselor M.T. Wilson weighs in.