Several years ago I gave a personal evangelism seminar for the regional expression of the Presbyterian Church.
At the end of it, somebody filled out an evaluation form and comments,
“You didn’t talk about the need for a relationship with Christ.”
Maybe this commenter had an agenda or litmus test I unknowingly had to pass.
Maybe this person didn’t really hear the four hours of the workshop because I didn’t touch on the pet theme this person was listening for.
At first, I took offense because I felt I not been understood.
But then as I pondered this comment further, I discovered that I have two foundational assumptions in my personal evangelism seminar. [Read more…] about The Foundation For Personal Evangelism