Evangelism in Reformation

The church is reforming and all believers now engage in evangelism

The church is reforming. Unlike the Protestant Reformation of the 1500s, which was primarily about the theology of salvation, the current reformation we find ourselves in is about the nature […]

Neighborliness as Evangelism

Neighborliness as Evangelism

“How is your faith working for everyone around you?”  I had just finished a teaching on evangelism at Southeastern University when I posed this question to a group of students […]

Building Evangelism Confidence With Digital Tools

Digital Tools Help Reduce Evangelism Fear

“What are you doing with a software company?” My background in church planting and Christian ministry raises this question consistently around my work at Faithlife and it’s a good one. […]

The Force Behind William Wilberforce

Evangelism lessons from William Wilberforce

Have you heard of William Wilberforce? I’ve asked that question enough times to realize that much of the time, the answer is no. I don’t know him personally, considering he […]

The Holy Spirit Equips Us For Evangelism

Picture a world where God decided not to involve us in sharing the good news of Jesus with others. Instead, he rescues people without any believers’ involvement. What would that […]

Evangelism in Virtual Reality: How to Start

Digital evangelism advice from experts

Digital missions fields offer unique opportunities to engage in the work of evangelism in new and exciting ways. The metaverse is a series of modern technologies currently being utilized and, […]

Is Evangelism a Lost Cause?

Evangelism is not a lost cause

In the book of Acts we see Jesus leave the church a vision of a movement when he challenged the earliest Christians to reproduce from their own local context (Jerusalem) […]