What is evangelism? Although the term is basic to the Christian faith, evangelism can take many forms in practice. Is there a "correct" way to evangelize?
George W. Robertson shows how God gives us different opportunities and ways to spread the good news creatively and effectively. He unpacks five different approaches to evangelism - testimonial, invitational, intentional, compassionate, and intellectual - explaining their biblical precedent and practical implications.
The gospel has many facets. So do you. So do the people around you. You don't have to stick to one formula to shine the light of God's truth into unbelievers' lives.
About the Series:
Basics of the Faith booklets introduce readers to basic Reformed doctrine and practice. On issues of church government and practice they reflect that framework - otherwise they are suitable for all church situations.
Is there one right way to evangelize? No! Robertson describes five authoritative approaches to evangelism, giving us flexibility as we winsomely present the good news that can answer any need.
George W. Robertson is the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Augusta, Georgia.
Robertson combines Scripture, history, present experience, pastoral insight and most of all a compassionate heart to give us a compelling vision of what the good news of Jesus Christ is and how it can be shared with love, wisdom and integrity.