Wanted: a Culture of Evangelism
Evangelism is both an individual and a team sport. But it’s the latter we tend to neglect. Here are theological and practical steps toward a remedy.
What’s better than the best evangelism program? An evangelistic culture.
We asked four churches to tell us how they equip their people to evangelize. Here are their responses. Answers from University Reformed Church, Sterling Park Baptist Church, the Village Church, and the … keep reading…
Overcoming Obstacles to Evangelism
Church members sometimes wonder if they should just leave evangelism to the “professionals.” Here is a quick guide for pastors to know how to answer them.
For a pastor the tough part isn’t knowing what to say, but—six days of the week—finding someone to say it to.
Evangelical churches talk a lot about evangelism, but most church members don’t share their faith very often. What’s going wrong?
Whether stated or felt, many Christians pose objections to evangelism. Here’s some guidance for working through them.
Evangelism Tool Reviews
The Story is a gospel presentation tool designed by SpreadTruth.com. It is a popular tool for sharing the gospel; half a million people have viewed the gospel presentation online and … keep reading…
Every Christian should know the gospel and be able to present it to others (1 Pet. 3:15). Now, our circumstances, personalities, and gifts will vary hugely. Nonetheless, if you are … keep reading…
InterVarsity’s “New World Gospel Presentation” is an evangelism outline “designed to lead others to make a decision for Jesus Christ and join his mission to heal the world.” As of … keep reading…
Which “evangelism courses” are the best to use with non-Christians?
In a thoughtful and engaging work, Kate Bowler unravels the origins and development of the prosperity gospel into a multi-billion dollar industry.
The present volume is probably most accessible to elders, more serious Bible students, and seminarians.