We’ve all heard about evangelism and our personality as the witness — how we best conduct personal evangelism out of a particular style.
But what about our hearer?
The person we are witnessing to?
Can we help shape our gospel presentation to their need, to the language of their heart, to their spiritual thirst?
Listen to how Dr. Brad Long has found some insights into matching up the gospel to a person’s need and heart language in the next installment of the EvangelismCoach.org webinar series, this time with Brad Long.
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Brad’s Books and Blog:
- Prayer That Shapes the Future
- Passage Through the Wilderness: A Journey of the Soul
- Receiving the Power: Preparing the Way for The Holy Spirit
- Dr. Brad Long’s Blog — videos, testimonies of PRMI’s ministry
Who is Brad Long?
In 1988 while a missionary in Taiwan, Brad Long received a call “to an international ministry of renewal, advancing the gospel of Jesus Christ worldwide.”
Since that time, he has been called to a number of nations where his role has been primarily equipping pastors and lay people in the gifts and power of the Holy Spirit.
He is the Executive Director of Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International, based in Black Mountain North Carolina. He’s been a friend of mine since 1997 and we are working on some new evangelism material together.
He has authored and co-authored books on worldview, the filling of the Holy Spirit, healing ministry, and soon to be released “Growing Your Church in the Power of the Holy Spirit.”
Hey Chris. I tuned in to your webinair with Brad Long and it was a very blessed and interesting presentation on how to use an understanding of personality with the presentation of the gospel. I was gladly surprised to know that someone had also applied the personality theory as I did my dissertation on learning style type (with personality theory) and its relationship to spiritual formation. I may try to contact Brad and see where he’s at with this.
Your questions and moderation of the seminar was admirable. To God be the glory and may his blessings ever flow on you and yours….