Why Ellen DeGeneres, CNN's Anderson Cooper Called Out This Spirit-Filled Leader for His Biblical Views

Take the Bullseye Challenge. It will change the way you engage culture. (skitterphoto/Pixabay.com)
If you're a believer who wants to influence your culture, then evangelist and author Larry Tomczak encourages you to take the Bullseye Challenge. For 15 minutes a day for 30 days, Christ followers can become informed and confidently address the hot-button topics of today's society with others God's way.

Through the Bullseye Challenge, Tomczak, in ministry for more than 40 years, explains how to engage in conversations with graciousness and respect. Tomczak was the man that both Ellen DeGeneres and CNN's Anderson Cooper called out on national TV for boldly expressing his views on traditional marriage.

"Believers should make sure they consecrate themselves in these turbulent, confusing times to biblical faithfulness so that they will not compromise themselves," Tomczak told Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of "Greenelines" on the Charisma Podcast Network. "If you do that, you will not lack courage. You will be bold for Christ.

"If you want to help others and inspire them, take this challenge. When engaging culture, don't shrink back. Take steps to be wise and discerning Be gracious when you talk to people, but you've got to be prepared. Watch a video on a topic, whether it's gay marriage, marijuana legalization, immigration or transgenderism. Take the time to reflect and pray before you go out. It will change your life and how you talk to people."

For more about the Bullseye Challenge, listen to this podcast.


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