In an age when evangelistic programs are as numerous as declining churches, is there an approach that does not propose another memorized Gospel presentation? What is the most effective method of engaging people’s hearts the way that Jesus did? He didn’t force answers on people, He asked questions. Today, we learn how to do just that.
When she was 18, our guest a radical Islamist, volunteered to become a suicide bomber. But just before she was to carry out her mission, she had a dream that changed everything---and she became a Christian. Her furious father forced her to debate Muslim scholars. Would God give her the words---and save her life? Join us for this compelling and riveting true story.
Randy Newman is the Senior Fellow for Evangelism and Apologetics at The C. S. Lewis Institute in the Washington, DC area. He has also taught at numerous theological seminaries and colleges. After serving for over 30 years with Campus Crusade for Christ, he established Connection Points, a ministry to help Christians engage people’s hearts the way Jesus did. He has written a number of books and articles about evangelism and other ways our lives intertwine with God’s creation. He is also the host of Questions That Matter, a podcast of the C. S. Lewis Institute.
Esther Ahmad was born into a devoted Muslim family in Lahore, Pakistan. When she was a teen, she joined a religious political organization linked to extremist fundamentalists. Shortly thereafter, she encountered the Lord Jesus Christ. After a year of comparative study between the Quran and the Bible, she became Christian and later married a committed Christian man. Although she and her family have experienced a great deal of adversity, they are grateful for the Lord's faithful protection along the way. Esther and her family now live in the United States, where they share about Jesus with both Muslims and Christians.