The Apostle Paul planted the church in Corinth. How he did it is told in Acts 18. We can learn some church planting evangelism practices that still work today.
Many people encounter obstacles in their personal evangelism.
I know I have.
Here are some insights from my own personal journals of the obstacles in personal evangelism I have to overcome.
Evangelism without the potential for discipleship is incomplete. The evangelist needs a partner to make disciples.
For an evangelistic talk to a youth group one Friday evening during one seminar weekend, I felt led to build the message around the gospel presentation: The Bridge
When evangelism conversation starter questions are raised in the right time, the search for answers can move a person forward in their journey to faith in giant leaps.
I received phone call from a person who has taken my Fear Free Evangelism course. You can read an approximate transcript of the conversation of their divine appointment at a highway rest stop, shared with approval from the person involved. The person wishes to remain anonymous.
As evangelists, we have to deal with doubt in our own life, and in the life of people we share with.
Have you seen an evangelistic moment (a potential divine appointment) develop suddenly in a conversation and found yourself not yet ready to share the gospel? You may have felt a little clumsy in trying to bridge that gap. Perhaps you even wished your pastor was around to take over. Maybe you chose to let the …
After prioritizing the family, the church planter should dedicate time to the priority of personal evangelism.