Evangelism is sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. Although not every Christian is called to be an evangelist for a living, Jesus asks all Christians to participate in sharing the gospel.
Evangelism can seem intimidating to many people. But it’s important to remember that opening someone’s heart up to the gospel is ultimately the work of the Holy Spirit. Being an evangelist just means acting as a messenger for the good news.
Discover what the Bible says about sharing the gospel, learn how to share your faith story with others, and get suggestions for responding to common questions about Christianity. As you share the gospel, be sure to minister to the whole person; your support for someone in need shouldn’t depend on whether they’re willing to convert to Christianity. And if you’re an introvert, check out our tips for evangelism as an introvert.
Evangelism often involves being open about your own faith journey with others. Even if you have been part of the church your whole life, you have a story to share about what your faith means to you and how you see God working in your life. This article will help you tell your faith story well.
This article examines what the “gospel” meant in biblical times and what the Bible says about sharing the gospel. You’ll also find biblically grounded tips for how to share the gospel in the way that the people in your context need to hear it.
When someone asks you a big question like, “Why did Jesus have to die?” or “What is sin?” you might struggle to explain what you believe. This page suggests responses to some of the most common questions people have about Christian faith.
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