A reader from the Ukraine submitted a question via Ask Evangelism Coach section. (I’ve edited this for spelling an grammar).
Hello. I am Ukrainian. I want that in my life people will be saved.
I regularly share the gospel, but unfortunately there is not much fruit. What do you suggest to me about reaching people.
Should I make the accent on my friends or relatives to see good fruit? Thank you
Thanks for dropping by the site and visiting several pages. You ask a great question.
Passion for the lost
For starters, I admire your passion for people to know Jesus.
Without the Father’s heart for those who don’t yet know the Lord, evangelism is simply duty and obligation.
When we have a yearning for the salvation that causes us to cry out in prayer, and think about how to reach them, we will find creative ways.
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Skills to share your faith
Secondly, work on your skills in sharing the gospel.
You can learn scripts that are helpful when the moment is right.
There are lots of other relationship skills to make your presentation excellent.
One service that I offer in the US and Canada is evangelism coaching. A coach can help you think through some of these issues and can help you improve your skills.
There is a fee involved, as I need to earn a living but it can be done.
Do you Need Evangelism coaching?
Given that you are in the Ukraine, it might be a little difficult to use me, but you might find a pastor nearby who can help you.
Where should you start?
The best place to start is with personal walk with the Lord.
Cultivate how to hear His voice and then you’ll begin to notice how the Holy Spirit is leading you.
You’ll see where the Holy Spirit is at work and you can begin to participate in that work, just like Phillip And The Ethiopian Eunuch
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