Of the various different evangelism styles, I tend to lean towards a conversational style that can be effective in both contact evangelism as well as incarnational evangelism.
If you want to read some books that focus on relational evangelism, here my favorite list of 10 books on Relational Evangelism.
- Life-Style Evangelism: Crossing Traditional Boundaries to Reach the Unbelieving World, Aldrich, Joseph C.
- Reimagining Evangelism: Inviting Friends on a Spiritual Journey, Rick Richardson
- Spiritual Conversations, Gary Rohrmayer
- Organic Outreach for Ordinary People: Sharing Good News Naturally, Kevin Harney
- Eats with Sinners: Reaching Hungry People Like Jesus Did
- The Unexpected Adventure: Taking Everyday Risks to Talk with People about Jesus
- Hitchhiker’s Guide To Evangelism: Bill William Tenny-Brittian.
- Just Walk Across the Room, Bill Hybels
- I Once Was Lost: What Postmodern Skeptics Taught Us About Their Path to Jesus
- Becoming a Contagious Christian, Bill Hybels and Mark Mittleberg.
Gerald Landis aka Jerry Landis
I heard someone say at a home school seminar something like this! Any curriculum works if the teacher works!
Maybe this applies to your subject also!
We can read books, go to lectures, watch DVDs or Internet but sometime we must get out there and get started!
God wants us to work and He does not grade us on instant results!
Some of us maybe one or two talent people whiles maybe multied talent!
The gospel is good seed! It is our job
to scatter the seed and trust God!
My dad used to say if just one person reads my gospel tract or gospel calendar and gets saved! It will be worth it!
We will not always see results but our job is to sow the good seed! We often quit to soon!
God hires His workman to sow the seed!
Incidently my dad gave a Good Seed daily gospel calendar and the neighbor came to The Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour!
Thank you for the list of helpful books!