Why is there not a ‘school’ for evangelism in every town? Perhaps even one hour a
week. Surely many Christian leaders can unite on this issue and encourage and enable,
even the most unlikely people?
Rescue those being led away to death;
hold back those staggering toward slaughter.
If you say, “But we knew nothing about this,”
does not he who weighs the heart perceive it?
Does not he who guards your life know it?
Will he not repay everyone according to what they have done?
Most churches are very organised and have people involved in making the tea, cleaning,
building maintenance, raising money, etc.. But, what is your church doing about evangelism
Christians need to be encouraged, enabled and taught how to evangelise. It can be
fun and very uplifting. Breaking free from feeling shy and awkward about our faith
For instance. Buy some tracts. Place one through a letter box or leave on a seat
at the doctor’s surgery, or on the bus, etc.. Pray about it. You will have done something.
You did not have to speak to anyone. You feel good.
For instance. Always be prepared to share with someone who is troubled that when
you are troubled, your faith is a great help.
In every town there should be a course for evangelism, teaching people all the gentle
ways to evangelise. Not everyone can stand on the street, or knock on doors and evangelise,
but people can be encouraged to befriend and gently introduce someone to Jesus.
Evangelism is a blessing to the giver and the taker.