I found a list of conversations between believers and non-believers in Acts (thanks to “A Forgotten Gospel” by Mark McGrath”, see my review). The complete list comes from the book of Acts.
For a conversational evangelism tip, here is one I use on a frequent basis: I look for the question that is behind the question, emotion, or statement.
If you were the first time visitor in a church, would you want to be introduced publicly to a group of people you didn't know, hadn't met, and may not see again?
Your own answer to that question may give you a clue as why that is a bad idea.
Evaluate yourself when it comes to personal evangelism. Here are 13 reflection questions to help you examine your heart.
Looking back over the last 10 days, how many conversations about your faith have happened?
If you want more, what is one action you can start to generate more?
Do you have any non-Christian friends? A common problem that I encounter when I teach evangelism seminars is the objection: I’ve been in the church so long, I don’t have any non-Christians friends. Therefore, I don’t have anyone I know that I can pray for. I don’t know my neighbors, so how can I pray …