One of the questions I’m frequently asked in my coaching work with churches is about the work, role, function or purpose of an evangelism committee.
Just recently, I met via phone with an evangelism committee that was just getting started.
They were wanting to know what a church evangelism committee does.
Other churches might be at the place of wondering
- how to start or establish an evangelism committee at church?
- What are the responsibilities of an evangelism committee?
- Duties of an evangelism committee?
- or ideas for an evangelism committee?
- What is the role of the hospitality committee at church?
- What is the role of the evangelism committee at the church?
What does an evangelism committee do?
The video I’ve included here begins to provide three areas of potential focus for evangelism committee chairpersons or members.
Some evangelism committees focus on
- church hospitality issues,
- church marketing issues, or
- visitor assimilation issues.
The direction of this video for is on personal evangelism leadership, rather than those above.
Three Areas of Focus for Church Evangelism Committees
In case you are just reading, rather than watching the video, here are the three points
- Personal Evangelism accountability.
- Providing training in personal evangelism for the congregation
- Leading congregational evangelism activities as part of your regular outreaches.
Resources Mentioned in the Work of the Evangelism Committee:
Got Style?: Personality-Based Evangelism, Jeffrey Johnson
Fear Free Evangelism 5 CD Audio Course, EvangelismCoach
Podcast Version of the Work of the Evangelism Committee
I’ve also made this a podcast for the feed.
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