Monthly Archives: March 2017

When there is no interest…

It is highly unlikely that most people in your neighborhood would be interested in having a Bible study. If you asked, they would normally find a way to politely decline your invitation. What do you do when people are not … Continue reading

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It may take time

Remember that evangelism is a phase of discipleship; it is a process.  As you sow the Truth into the minds of your unbelieving friends, you must allow time for things to sink in.  There is little that you can do … Continue reading

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Evangelism for introverts

Evangelism starts with a conversation.  Someone needs to start.  The evangelist takes on that responsibility.  But many of us feel awkward initiating things.  Here are some ideas to overcome this hesitancy. Everyone enjoys talking about him or herself; we all … Continue reading

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Thinking Redemptively

It has been said that if a believer has been a Christian more than three years, he or she has no unbelieving friends. New believers are often the best at leading others to Christ, yet we often recommend that they … Continue reading

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