Want to share your faith, but aren't sure how to go about it? Our guest will present five communication styles that make it natural, plus key skills, inspirational motivations, and compelling stories that demonstrate down-to-earth ways to talk about the Lord. Find out if you're a friendship-builder, a selfless server, a story-sharer, a reason-giver, or a truth-teller. Learn how to share the Gospel – because it changes everything!
Do you struggle with the validity of Scripture—or know how to deal with friends' or loved ones' uncertainties and reservations? Our guest will offer well-reasoned, definitive answers to debates surrounding topics like the confirmation that Jesus was real, the Bible's internal contradictions, challenges from science, the time gap between Christ's life and the Gospels, books excluded from the canon, and more. Come with your questions and learn how to trust the Truth of God’s word.
Mark Mittelberg is a bestselling author, international speaker, and the Executive Director of The Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics at Colorado Christian University (StrobelCenter.com). His published materials include the Making Your Case for Christ training course, and The Case for Christ: Daily Moment of Truth devotional (both with Lee Strobel). Mark also wrote Confident Faith — winner of Outreach Magazine’s 2014 apologetics book of the year. His previous book, The Reason Why Faith Makes Sense, is an update of a classic that touched millions of lives — recreated by Mark for a new generation. He also wrote The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (with Answers), which addresses the ten spiritual questions believers most want to avoid.
Bill is the founder and President of BiblicalTraining.org, serves on the Committee for Bible Translation (which is responsible for the NIV translation of the Bible), and has written the best-selling biblical Greek textbook, Basics of Biblical Greek, and many other Greek resources. He was the New Testament chair for the English Standard Version, and speaks and blogs regularly on issues relating to trusting the Bible, the Pastoral Epistles (1 and 2 Timothy, and Titus), Greek, and issues of spiritual growth. Bill was also a preaching pastor, a professor of New Testament and director of the Greek Language Program at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and a professor at Azusa Pacific University.