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APPS You can put on your phone or tablet:​​

Most apps can be found where you go for your apps, or, click on the icon below to go to the website. 


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One-Verse Evangelism is a simple, interactive way to share Christ's love conversationally and visually. It is based on asking questions and sharing. It's easy to learn because it uses just one verse. One-Verse Evangelism(r) is also sensitive to peoples' busy schedules because it can be shared in just 10 or 15 minutes.

"I don't need an app to save someones life" - Jake Dapper, 
but this app will help you save a soul

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The Story app provides a beautiful, powerful, yet simple explanation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ using 4 major themes found in the Bible: Creation. The Fall. The Rescue. The Restoration. The Christian worldview is clearly communicated to those who are interested in what Christians believe and also provides an understanding of how to become a Christian through faith in the Gospel.

The Gospel Message app, created by Awana®, is a fun and creative way to share the gospel with children, teens and adults. Now the gospel demonstration is only as far away as the nearest digital device! This free, versatile app includes three different versions geared specifically to each age group- kids, teens, and adults. It allows you to have a conversation and meet the child, teen, or adult where they are at. This way, it is more of a conversation instead of a set presentation.


Life on Mission gives gospel-centered, biblical, practical foundations for how missions was meant to be: an everyone-together effort. Life on Mission is a thorough yet simple guide for everyday missionaries - electricians, lawyers, church planters, students, etc. - that equips them with truths and practices for living out the gospel within their own community.Adaptable to any context, Life on Mission functions great as both an individual and small-group study. 


Free Reading Plans and Devotionals: Bible Plans help you engage with God's Word every day, a little at a time.

Make it your Bible: Highlight or Bookmark your favorite verses, make Verse Images that you can share, and attach public or private Notes to Bible passages.

Friends: Focus your friendships around the Bible. Share what you want, when you want, within the safety of trusted relationships.

Verse of the day: Subscribe to the Verse of the Day. Get a daily email or push notification on your mobile device.

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Pray using the ACTS acronym

There can be four parts to a simple prayer:

Adoration is to adore God, to worship Him and to fulfill the commandment to love Him with all your heart, mind and soul.  As we spend time in adoration, we praise God for who He is – our Creator, our Sustainer, and our Redeemer.  When we focus our attention on the One who can meet our needs, it takes our eyes off circumstances and allows us to experience God’s sufficiency and peace.Confession of our sin to the Lord because we are to seek Him for forgiveness.  God does not tolerate sin and we are to confess our rebellion and disobedience to Him.  A theologian Ligouri from the 1700’s wrote that “For a good confession three things are necessary:  an examination of conscience, sorrow, and a determination to avoid sin.”  

Confession comes from within the heart, it is the desire to do the Lord’s will.  

Thanksgiving is simply giving thanks to God in our prayer.  -Remember who God IS.  Remember that He is God.  No matter what destruction, terrible event, or tragedy, He is God!-Remember that He is Our Father and the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.  It is because of Jesus that we can call God our Father.  It is because He is our Father that we have eternal life through His Son, Jesus.-Remember that He is the Father of Mercies - In His Grace, he gives us what we do not deserve and in His mercy He does not give us what we do deserve.  Romans 5:6 “For while we were still helpless, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly.”-Remember that He is the God of all Comfort - Jesus said in Matthew 11:28 “Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest.”

Supplication is asking by a request or petition to the Lord.  God supplies our every need but we ask Him for His help because He is our Provider.  We place our dependence on Him for all things.  We also request on behalf of others.  


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