Apologist Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason Interviews CCN President

  • CCN's mission is bearing fruit

    CCN's mission:

    • 1. Evangelism, winning the lost to Christ on the campus and beyond.
    • 2. Discipleship, building up young Christians to stand on solid theology.
    • 3. Equipping and training Christians to win others to Christ and build up others.  
    • 4. Sending them out to repeat the process.

    Several years ago I was witnessing at Slippery Rock University.  I witnessed to a young man named Matthew.  He was very excited that I was sharing my faith.  He said that no body was doing this.  Matthew started going to the CCN Bible Study and was encouraged to share his faith in a biblical manner.  After he graduated he became a missionary.  Recently he joined CCN as a missionary.  I could not be more over joyed to tell you that Matthew will be trained at SRU as a campus leader for CCN.  

    This is a fulfillment of the CCN mission.  I am asking you to partner with CCN financially monthly so that we can continue to Evangelize, Disciple, Equip and send out Christians.

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Apologist Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason Interviews CCN President


Well-known apologist, Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason interviewed CHANGE Collegian Network (CCN) President, Tiffany Gelpi on the subject of campus evangelism and what makes CCN stand out among campus ministries. 

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Other highlights of the radio show include:

  • What do you tell someone to become a Christian?
  • Is there non-Christian evidence for God?
  • Can a universe exist without logic?
  • Is Christian mysticism a red flag?
  • What does the Bible mean that salvation is a free gift?
  • What about the differences between the Old Testament and the Tanakh?
  • How do you answer a Jehovah's Witness's objection?
  • How would you teach a Sunday School introduction to apologetics?

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