“The Way of the Master” television program will be airing on many major Christian television networks, beginning with FaithTV (SkyAngel Satellite Network)(Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays) and TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) (Saturdays) covering 100 nations every week. See The Way of the Master Web site  for updates. Ray joined ChristianAnswers.Net as a Team Member in April 2002, bringing with him his vision to “focus on equipping the Church for evangelism.”
We had a private screening of the pilot for this series and were impressed with its creative concept and diverse locations, and, of course, the content is excellent. It should develop into a very unique and interesting series.
Each 30 minute program features Ray and Kirk teaching Christians how to share their faith effectively and inoffensively. Learn how to speak with your unsaved family and friends, and then see Kirk and Ray go onto the streets and demonstrate how to do it. This is real-life witnessing in action. Watch as Kirk and Ray share the gospel with teenagers, intellectuals, atheists, Moslems, Jews, Cults, backsliders, and the self righteous. They will follow Jesus’ example by going to the highways and byways, malls and movie theaters, college campuses and local coffee houses, answering the 100 most common questions and objections of the Christian faith . Kirk and Ray will talk about difficult questions, difficult situations, and put powerful tools in the Christian’s hand that will replace his/her fears with courage.
Kirk and Ray teach from unique witnessing locations, talk about principles that will both excite and equip the viewer to seek and save the lost, as well as deepen their own gratitude for the Cross. Learn how to approach strangers—without offense and yet with great effectiveness. How to answer difficult questions. How to prove God’s existence. Learn how to do what Jesus did and circumnavigate the intellect (the area of argument) and speak to the sinner’s conscience. How to get tracts into the hands of the lost without looking like a fanatic.