One of the topics that every Bible College and seminary student, Christian and church worker will wrestle with is; how do we engage people well with the good news of Jesus?
We are surrounded by so much information that comes across our path on a daily basis. We’re influenced by external voices in music, radio, television, and the list goes on. But, how can Christians navigate this?
How do you engage with people who believe that the Bible teaches something that it clearly does not? How do you engage in discussion with people who use the same words and terminology as Christians do but whose doctrine is completely contrary to Christianity?
Christmas gives us a wonderful opportunity to tell people about Jesus, it gives us the opportunity to give a reason for our faith in God and it gives us the chance to take people beyond the crib and to look to the cross. Here are a few booklets and tracts that I’ve looked at thatContinue reading “Short Christmas giveaways…”
There are plenty of books written on the topic of evangelism and plenty of books written about evangelism strategies for church, by there are few books (to my very limited knowledge!) on actually how to tell people the gospel. Turning everyday conversations into gospel conversations
Over the years I have become quite passionate about evangelism, this is because of the vast crowds of people in this world who don’t know Jesus, and it’s also because I know that I suck at evangelism! Evangelism is difficult, this or something similar has probably been said by every Christian at some point orContinue reading “Effective Evangelism…”