A few years ago, I started wearing a GoPro camera when participating in our street evangelism ministry. This was and is a personal choice. Here are some reasons why: 1) Protect the Church If you’re a Christian, you should be a part of a local church. You should desire to protect and care for your church. Using a camera during street evangelism provides evidence of
Earlier this year we had evangelism training. We covered four major topics: Graciously Exposing Sin, Proclaiming the Gospel, God’s Role and Our Role in Evangelism, and The Heart for Evangelism. Watch. Be Blessed.
Half-truths fail to explain the whole truth. Left by themselves they are misleading. They stink. They stink because they falsely pit truth against truth, like debating apples being fruit verses oranges being fruit. It isn’t either or, it’s both/and. Half-truths also stink because they confuse categories, like going to the optometrist to get your teeth checked. It’s good to go to the optometrist, but they
Open-Air Preachers Need the Local Church All Christians need the local church. This includes open-air preachers. Lone ranger Christianity is a delusion. The task of open-air preaching is not above being committed to the Bride of Christ. The local church gives the open-air preacher accountability. We all have our blind spots. Accountability to the local church helps the open-air preacher not go off the rails
Christians must earnestly invite people to believe the Gospel. Christians must also be unashamed to share the Gospel. This includes personal and team evangelism. Many books and blogs have been written about personal evangelism. Yet, I’ve found it difficult to find many about team evangelism. In our church, we’ve had a regular team evangelism ministry for about six years. We go to different public locations,
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