Exalting Christ

Jesus Christ is preeminent in all we do.

Equipping the saints

Edifying believers in the Holy Scriptures.

Evangelizing the lost

Fulfilling the great commission one soul at a time.

Mission

The Good News is all about Jesus

What Does the Scripture Say is devoted to bringing Christ-centered teaching to equip Christians on how to share their faith simply, biblically and without fear.

We have numerous Gospel Outreaches (GO!) throughout the year where believers can join in the work of evangelism through prayer or personal one-on-one witnessing opportunities. This year we have a goal of giving away the following numbers of biblical resources. See our exciting 2020 Year in Review report.

Gospel Tracts

Bibles

DVDs

Get Equipped

Learn how to share your faith simply, effectively, biblically.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for edifying tips and tricks on how to share the gospel. Our Vimeo and YouTube channels are full of practical and theological training sessions teaching you how to effectively fulfill the Great Commission.

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Pray for God’s Work

Prayer is a major part of the work of evangelism. We know God is the One who opens hearts and minds as we proclaim the Good news of Jesus. Therefore we need to engage the Holy Spirit by prayer to move in people’s lives.

Apologetics for Atheists

Guest post from my 18 year old son Stephen Ramsek: “Last Saturday I joined my dad and Dr. Danny Faulkner on an evangelistic outreach to a group of atheists protesting at the Ark Encounter in Willia…
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Testimonies

“I am encouraged by your love and compassion for the lost.”
Jon Neifert

“You have helped me and many other Christians in this pursuit. You demonstrate a commitment to Scripture and the doctrines of the church as you help believers and unbelievers connect those truths with the reality we live in. You are a great teacher and story-teller that helps others see how they can participate and how God works through them to glorify Him alone. “

“You are a tremendous blessing!”
Roger Galitz

“Your work in the Lord has equipped and encouraged me (as well as countless others) to boldly and joyfully proclaim the Gospel to the lost; who are so clearly loved by you and our Lord Jesus Christ.”


Sign up for our next Gospel Outreach

You can make a difference today by signing up to join us for our various Gospel Outreaches (GO!).

Beginners are welcome to come and learn from experienced evangelists. No pressure to speak with strangers. Simply watch and pray for the people the Lord brings us.

Bible Study on Justification

I’m excited to announce that we’re holding a Bible study over the next six weeks. We’ll be digging into God’s Word with you to discover the beautiful truth of Justification by Faith over the next six Sundays at 6pm ET  (Sept 12 to Oct 17) via Zoom at this link http://GO.WhatDoesTheScriptureSay.org/just  The Meeting ID is: 590 138 3373 and you can join via a phone call if needed (see below).  I would like to share a witnessing tip to help us proclaim the gospel more biblically and effectively. The gospel of Jesus Christ is a glorious, incredibly deep and multi-faceted message that we have been entrusted with sharing. The centerpiece of the gospel message is the person and work of Jesus Christ. I believe the more we understand the gospel, the more amazed we will stand and the more eager we will be to proclaim the gospel. To know Jesus is to love Him and to love Him is to proclaim Him with our lips and live for Him with our lives. Angles to the Cross The cross work of Christ is incredibly deep and there are many perspectives by which we can view Jesus’ work on Calvary. There are many…
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Bringing the Gospel to the World

In Morelia, Mexico a group of over 100 volunteers will be going from house to house, village to village, sharing the glorious gospel of grace with the beautiful people of Mexico. Many families and children are very poor and need to hear the message of hope in Jesus.

Donated43%
Raised: $850.00
Goal: $2000.00

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