• Select a topic that you are familiar with
  • Gather the tools you need to do the job
  • Gather apologetics information from books and the Internet
  • Sign up for a domain name and/or website host
  • Create your pages
  • Submit your site to search engines
  • Prayerfully answer e-mails directed to your site
RTB Creation Conference
June 24, 2000
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If you provide good content and publicize your site, people will come and visit. gets 5-7 e-mails/week, some of which require an extensive explanation. I usually get one or two e-mails from non-Christians, most of whom are willing to discuss Christianity in a logical, two-sided conversation. Some of this correspondence has been ongoing for two years. A few people have told me that the site has helped them make a commitment to Jesus Christ. Others have been delivered or saved from involvement in the cults. The work is long and sometimes seems unproductive, but the ultimate rewards are eternal.
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