• How can I witness to my friends who say they’re Christians but their actions say otherwise? Question and Answer

    HORTON: It is hard to know what to say exactly. That is a very large and difficult problem. I would say the best way to approach it for someone who isn’t privy to the specifics is to press them on whether they belong to a local church. Because if they are a professing member of a local church, then they’re accountable to that body. You obviously can’t discipline them as a fellow student. You can encourage and rebuke and so forth, but it’s given especially into the hands of the elders to do that in an official way. So I … View Resource

  • Is it okay if I don’t remember the moment I was converted? Question and Answer

    Well, let me ask the question: When was Samuel converted? When was John the Baptist converted? In all likelihood, it was in their mother’s womb. I have a testimony, and I can tell you I was converted on December 28, 1971, at 11:30. I was eighteen years old. My wife, who’s sitting down here has a really boring testimony in that she never remembers a single moment when she didn’t believe. But it is not whether we can remember it, it is whether we are trusting in Jesus Christ right now that matters. Lightly edited for readability, this … View Resource