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.
Sometimes the best answer is a question. It's the way Jesus often talked with people as He led them into discussions about the issues that mattered most.
Our guest has been using a questioning style of evangelism for years. Join us as he provides practical insights to help Christians engage others in meaningful spiritual conversations. Asking questions doesn’t tell unbelievers what to think but instead challenges how we think about people, their questions, and our message. Join us as we learn how to 'go and tell'.
Esther Ahmad fled from her home country Pakistan because she was persecuted there because of her Christian faith. She and her family then lived as refugees in Malaysia for eight years, and today in the United States. Esther shares her story of survival and salvation by giving lectures in churches and Christian organizations.
Randy Newman is the Senior Fellow for Apologetics and Evangelism at the C.S. Lewis Institute. He has taught at several evangelical seminaries. 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 six books, Questioning Evangelism, Corner Conversations, Bringing the Gospel Home, Engaging with Jewish People, Unlikely Converts: Improbable Stories of Faith and What They Teach Us About Evangelism and his most recent, Mere Evangelism. Randy has also written numerous articles about evangelism and other ways our lives intertwine with God’s creation. He earned his MDiv and PhD in Intercultural Studies from Trinity International University.