Out of sight, out of mind. That statement is true with the visibility of your church. If people can’t see it or find it, it’s out of their mind. This doesn’t work. Do people know your church exists or where it is? Read this story of one person knew nothing about the church on the …
A six week evangelism study small group to hold each other accountable in personal evangelism to increase the number of conversations. If you want a group that doesn't simply study evangelism, but does it, here is a one approach
A mother asked about using tracts for personal evangelism. Tracts may not always be useful in every context, but using tracts for evangelism can be a helpful conversation starter, a great seed planter, and the Holy Spirit can use it much later than the day the person received it.
Many books on personal evangelism tell stories of personal fear of evangelism. Evangelism is scary for many, for a variety of reasons? Why does one have to be brave? Here is a list that I have compiled over the years of teaching workshops and seminars and the most common responses that I get to the …
We always want to be prepared to explain our faith.
We get better at it as we mature in Christ.
God's sovereignty is not an excuse to avoid evangelism, nor to be sloppy in our presentation.
One of the hard roles of a church hospitality ministry leader is to correct behavior that can have long reaching negative consequences.
Let me give you a few tips I've used to provide feedback to church greeters and correction to careless mistakes by hospitality ministry volunteers.
Every Sunday, I see commentary on Twitter about the joys at serving as a church greeter, complaints about experiences with rude church greeters, sarcasm aimed at unprepared greeters at church, and nervous greeters announcing how nervous they are. But if you can help your new church greeters know what to aim for, it might help them to rise to the occasion.