Evangelism isn’t just for the “professionals”—pastors, ministers, Bible teachers, and all the rest.
To reach the sub-cultures of the military requires time spent in relationships with others, with Christ, and time in the Word.
Even though many Christians at your church genuinely want to make God known, they struggle in evangelism. Have you ever wondered why that is?
The Old Testament encourages an unusually bold witness in evangelism in many ways.
Some practical ways to help open the door to talking about the most glorious news that heaven itself sings about.
On this episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz discuss the obstacles vocational ministers face in sharing the gospel — and also the opportunities.
Evangelism is a biblical mandate for every Christian.
Let’s remember the people we are sharing with are not just “targets” or “hot prospects.” These are human beings, made in God’s image, who have not formed their beliefs in a vacuum.
When you get a little grace, you start asking, “Who else?” Because there must be someone.
We cannot make someone experience conviction—that’s the work of the Holy Spirit. But we can cooperate with the Holy Spirit not only by proclaiming the gospel, but also by simply reading the Bible.