Many of us approach witnessing to unbelievers with trepidation. How exactly do we lead someone to Christ without stumbling over our words, getting rejected, or being persecuted? These thoughts run through our mind, don’t they? Take this 5-day journey to find out how to be an authentic witness in today’s skeptical world.
Ever wanted to invite a friend or family member to church, but just couldn’t find the words to say? This plan is designed to help you understand why inviting people to church is so important, and then give you the resources to know how, where, and when to invite them. Learn how to be a bringer and start this plan today!
Every great evangelistic movement is made up of prayerful people. Who’s Your One? is an initiative purposed to encourage everyday people to intentionally share Jesus with at least one person this year. The Who’s Your One 40-Day Devotional, presented by the North American Mission Board, will walk you through 40 days of intentional prayer to provide encouragement for someone who needs the hope of the gospel.
Jesus Conversations equips followers of Jesus to become winsome and confident in communicating the truths of the Gospel to people who do not believe in Christianity. This teaching series provides strategies and practical insights to help Christians become courageous in engaging conversations with atheists, prodigals, family members, co-workers, and others who might not believe in the authority of the Bible. Small groups can watch and discuss two videos per session and complete series in five weeks.
A must-have resource to help every believer be unashamed in reflecting the limitless love of God to people who don’t know Jesus. Featuring American Idol finalist, Phil Stacey, Bold takes the timeless truth of God’s love for the lost and presents a fresh look at why Christians should care about their eternal destiny. Bold is a seven-session, interactive curriculum that teaches participants a deeper appreciation for the unfathomable love of God and how that should motivate us to overcome the personal fears and obstacles that often prevent us from boldly sharing the gospel locally and globally.
Evangelism is a great adventure – something God invites every single Jesus-follower to join Him in. It’s about helping the people around us discover a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.
Filmed in breathtaking historical and natural locations around Wellington, New Zealand, this series tackles an often intimidating subject in a thoughtful and sensitive way, while inviting us to embrace the excitement of stepping out with our Lord.
Exploring Evangelism is designed to equip us for action. Each episode includes lessons from the Bible, questions for personal reflection or group discussion, and practical tools to help anyone join the journey, regardless of personality, age or ability.
The series is made for people with busy lives. Episodes are bite-sized – only two to three minutes – so that they can be absorbed on the run, or as part of a daily devotion. The short format also makes the videos easy to re-watch for a quick refresher on evangelism essentials.
This is a heart-level conversation with you, the reader. Every excuse, reason, and roadblock for not coming to Christ is examined and duly dealt with. If you think you may be too bad, or if perhaps you really are bad and you sin either openly or behind closed doors, you will discover that life in Christ is for you too.
You can reject the message of salvation by faith, or you can choose to live a life of sin after professing faith in Christ, but you cannot change the truth as it is, either for yourself or for others. As such, it behooves you and your family to embrace truth, claim it for your own, and be genuinely set free for now and eternity. Come, and embrace this free gift of God, and live a victorious life for Him.
Evangelism Is . . . contains forty brief chapters of high-octane, rut-breaking equipment, empowerment, and encouragement for all who are ready to share Jesus more passionately and confidently with others. Each call-to-action entry stands alone but can easily be connected to other chapters, all of them finishing the sentence that begins with the book’s title.
For example, Evangelism Is . . . “Joyfully Intoxicating,” “The Real Business of Life,” “The Supreme Challenge of This Generation,” “Leading People to True Conversion,” “Washing Feet,” “Praying Prodigals Home,” “Empathy with Action,” “Giving a Logical Defense of Your Faith,” “A Family Affair,” etc.
The book’s appendix also includes articles on what evangelism is not, evangelism in the early church, and sharing Jesus, plus sample plans for sharing one’s faith.