Looking for practical evangelism tips?
Here is my list of top 10 tips for personal evangelism.
These are not exhaustive, and focus more on preparation skills in prayer and relationship building, rather than actual gospel sharing techniques or methodologies.
These are not in any particular order either. . .
- Choose a gospel script.
- Build genuine relationships.
- Discover your story or testimony.
- Find a way to be a blessing to others.
- Watch for the nudge of the Holy Spirit.
- Live authentically in public and in private.
- Learn how to use questions in a conversation.
- Pray regularly for those who don’t know Christ.
- Understand where you are in the process of evangelism.
- Practice the gospel script until you are comfortable with it.
What is your quick one sentence tip that you’d add to this list?
Think about phrasing it as a habit a person can implement.
Add yours to the comment below.
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Great talking with you this afternoon. . . Chris
Always show love in your personal evangelism, let people know you care.
Learn how to ACTIVELY listen.
My one quick tip would be: We should see the lost through the eyes of Jesus.
Pray daily for opportunities to share your faith.
Aloud everyone you encounter to see Jesus through you.
Take risks. Don’t be afraid to talk about Jesus.
Focus on the process not the outcome.
Remember the seeds you sow don’t always fall on fertile ground
Always remember… it’s not your job to ‘convert’ anyone. That is up to God. You are to sew seeds and let God do the rest…
Here’s a cornball way of putting it… Do your best and let God do the rest.
Hi Chris. I’m connecting from Ghana. Bless you for this site. I came across your site a few weeks back when I was thinking through building a curriculum for a boot camp for effective evangelism. This 10 points is a great lead.
Do you have a guide for running a session to help church members make evangelism a lifestyle?
Mrs S Mushangwe
Good morning Chris. Start evangelism
with children and the elders will be easy to speak to about Christ through their children
That’s a great reminder, Anna. I’ve seen a lot of that in my own ministry. . .
Thanks Joan. Sowing seeds in our work, our calling, our task, and our duty. Sowing seeds without being obnoxious is important manner.
I invite you to search this site for phrases like “Evangelism habits” or personal evangelism. I’ve not recently comipled them into a guide, but you have given me a great idea.
Great point Mushangwe. . You can also reach teenagers, and young adults, and adults, and older adults – changed lives and transformation will always open the door to speak about Christ no matter what age one is.