- How to Practice a Gospel Presentation
- The Big Story – Improving the Bridge Illustration
- Do versus Done
- Two Challenges to Fixed Gospel Presentations (Scripts)
- Gospel Script: FAITH
- How to Use the Bridge Illustration
- Prayer Strategy for Personal Evangelism
- Bill Hybels on Do vs Done and Three R Script
- How to Use the Evangecube Gospel Script
I was recently introduced to the Evangecube script for use in personal evangelism.
I’ve heard about it for years, but never encountered one until last month.
What is the evangecube?
The EvangeCube is a seven panel cube that tells the story of the Gospel of Christ in pictures. It is used by millions around the globe.
It is made up of eight blocks connected at strategic points.
Through a series of six maneuvers, seven panels are revealed which illustrate God’s plan for salvation through Jesus’ death and resurrection.
The script that goes with this folding cube is simple that explains our need for God, our separation from God, the death and resurrection of Jesus and an invitation to start following Jesus.
How to use an Evangecube script — Video Training
There is a script that goes along with it, and this Evangecube Training video shows you how to use the it and the script.
I think gospel scripts have their place in communicating some of the basic gospel elements.
With the gospel script, I see it very useful in some of the cultures that I encounter — cultures without the printed word, for example.
I also find that this might be good tool for child evangelism, but for a child that understands the abstract. See Evangecube for kids
What gospel script do you know?
I think that every believer should know at least one gospel script as a default setting. Some scripts are
There are plenty of scripts out there one could use, but make sure you use one.
Let me ask you this?
What do you think of the Evangecube? How do you use it?