I plan to edit and abridge an old post of mine about evangelism methods. Look for it soon. But meanwhile I hope you’ll read this post by another blogger. He is in Australia, a country I’d consider a bit more secular than the US. This blogger found his pre-conceived, negative ideas about “walk-up evangelism” (approaching strangers to talk about spiritual matters) to be, well, completely wrong – and he was pleasantly surprised by how open to discussion many people were…
This year I started a new role doing ministry on university campus, which meant doing something very new for me: walk-up evangelism. You know, the thing where you accost a random stranger and try tell them about Jesus. And I’ll be completely honest. When I first heard I was gonna be doing it, I was…
via Three Things I Learned From A Semester of Walk-Up Evangelism — The Ben Smart Blog
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