I received phone call from a person who has taken my Fear Free Evangelism course. You can read an approximate transcript of the conversation of their divine appointment at a highway rest stop, shared with approval from the person involved. The person wishes to remain anonymous.
You can learn to recognize divine appointments when you learn to obey the nudge of the Holy Spirit and listen for spiritual thirst
Listen in as one Evangelism team leader describes how my 4 month evangelism team coaching process led to the evangelistic growth of their church. It’s about 25 minutes long. Key takeaways: We wanted to do this. We baptized two new people as a result Pastor’s excited because he’s seeing results More people want to share …
Personal evangelism can be as normal as breathing. Don’t believe me? I had an appointment with a friend, but he canceled it. He changed his mind, forgot to tell me, and showed up anyway. While drinking coffee with him, he began talking about his spiritual life.
Divine Appointments can start where we are aware of the gentle prompting of the Holy Spirit to pay attention more carefully to a particular person.
I share a guest article with the author’s permission, after she’s been applying the evangelism training received from my materials. Of course names are changed for privacy. The photo is a different friend of mine conducting a baptism.
In my previous conversation at the corner McDonald’s where I spent two hours discussing faith, the gospel, and the need for Jesus, my conversation partner brought up Mathew 7:13-14 “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small …
Evangelism can happen in the ordinary course of life. I simply make sure that I build room in my life for conversations to linger if a person wants to talk about their curiosity about their walk with the Lord.
I had a chance to share the gospel because I explained prayer to someone who doesn’t know how to pray or what a prayer burden is.
It’s my mission to help you find your evangelism passion and provide training to help you express your faith. It’s always a privilege to do Evangelism Training Seminars in local churches over the course of a couple of days. Watch people and churches get excited about doing evangelism keeps me going.
I was caught off guard. I was in class, describing my ideal job. I would be a full time evangelist, working with churches to implement evangelism programs, conduct live Evangelism Training Seminars and Workshops in a local church to keep evangelism fires hot, and conduct outreaches with the local church into a neighborhood. A student asked me: …
A young man described for us his journey from empty brokenness to faith in Christ. His spiritual thirst prompted him to take a key step.