The Bible calls all Christians to share the good news about Jesus’s death and resurrection with those who don’t believe in Christ. Yet this task can often seem daunting. This study helps participants have the right perspectives on evangelism and shows them how to share the good news with others.
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“What Is Evangelism? Evangelism is telling others the good news about what Jesus Christ has done to save sinners and calling them to repent of their sins and believe in Jesus.” (Page 13)
“That means when churches don’t teach the Bible and sound doctrine they become unhealthy.” (Page 9)
“One sign that a church may not have a biblical understanding of conversion and evangelism is that its membership is markedly larger than its attendance. Such a church should stop and ask why its evangelism produces such a large number of members it never sees yet who feel secure in their salvation. What did we tell them that discipleship in Christ means? What did we teach them about God, sin, and the world?” (Page 10)
“We can share the gospel. We can’t make anyone believe it” (Page 14)
“Defending the faith against unbelievers’ objections can lead to evangelism, but apologetics is not evangelism” (Page 14)