Evangelism: An Issues Process and More

How many words is too many for a ‘Readables’ article suggestion?

This graphic is somewhat ‘hard’ to read, though it has only about 147 words in it. The article I’m going to suggest you tackle, has a little over 44 times that many. But if becoming more equipped to share your faith is what brought you to my site, I think it may be worth it.

How do we engage with people in practice?” is the last article of a three-part series adapted from chapters by Tony Watkins in Beyond the Fringe: Reaching People Outside the Church. It looks in depth at how to bring a Christian perspective into many of those conversations we have with friends and family.

As you dig into this article, you’ll read about the three main types of groups conversations fall into; Personal Issues, Issues in Society, and Issues in the Media; three important factors to work on to get better at these talks; Know the Gospel, Know what’s going on in current events, and Know people‚Äôs beliefs and values and where they get them; and steps you can take to evaluate the conversation so that the right message comes forth.

P.S. I read the complete article as I prepared this post and, among other things, have this quote as a great take away for myself, and perhaps you.

“There is a world to be won and most of us need all the help we can get.”

But Wait, There’s More…

  1. Read previous ‘Readables’ articles in this series
    1. Evangelism: A Task of Importance
    2. Evangelism: A Post Engagement Process
  2. Take a quick look at the 15 ‘Readables’ dating back to 2013
  3. Check out my Training Tips articles

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