Let’s Clear up Some Confusion about Evangelism
It’s not uncommon for people to ask the question, “if I don’t have the gift of evangelism, am I responsible for sharing the gospel?” However, if left unexamined, that question can turn into a statement like this: “I don’t have the gift of evangelism, so I don’t need to share the gospel.” This happens all too often, and that’s why we hosted an EvanTell Live event on Understanding Evangelism. We want to help people understand the difference between the gifting and commission of evangelism and how they can apply that information to their lives to become more effective witnesses for Christ. Check out the replay below.
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The Great Commission: There’s More to It than You Think
The profound message of the Great Commission is conveyed in Matthew 28:18-20. Let’s delve into the significance of evangelism, disciple-making, and the broader mission to reach all nations.
Should Every Christian Evangelize?
Evangelism is a responsibility for all believers, regardless of their gifting or abilities. Explore how God enables and empowers every Christian to share their faith through encouragement and practical guidance
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