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Discipleship and Evangelism

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Copyrighted © 2016 John Monyjok Maluth

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Shakespir Edition

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Unit 1: Evangelism Barriers

Unit 2: Evangelism Message

Unit 3: Evangelism Methods

Unit 4: Types of Evangelism

Unit 5: Special Evangelism

Bibliography

Introduction to Discipleship and Evangelism

This theological study course provides a brief study of the main ideas in Evangelism and Discipleship field. As a reader, you will realize that Evangelism and Discipleship are two things that must go together. Evangelism without discipleship is not evangelism at all.

In this course, we will look at basic issues in evangelism, barriers to evangelism and their solutions, the message of evangelism, principles of evangelism, personal evangelism, public evangelism, crusade evangelism, follow up and finally, evangelizing special groups of people.

In the first chapter, we will have to define evangelism and discipleship. We must understand the reasons why we must be part of evangelism. Who are the people to be involved in evangelism? Where do we get started when doing evangelism?

The truth about evangelism is that, when a person is saved, that person always shares the news of salvation with others. In the Bible, anyone who has met Jesus personally always tells others about Jesus.

In the second chapter, we will look at the common barriers to evangelism and how to overcome them. People do not always evangelize because they think they still need to know more about Christ Jesus. Many do not evangelize because of the lack of concern about the unsaved world.

Others still fear to share Christ with the people they meet for various reasons. Do you evangelize? Why or why not? Do you feel ashamed to share Christ and what he did to you with others? Do you think you need to know more about Jesus before you talk to others about him?

Other people think they are not sinners; therefore they do not need the good news of salvation. The Bible says we are sinners in different ways. Sin is a word that has to be understood well by all people. Sin is anything that is not according to the perfect will of God.

It can in action form or in thoughts. Sin’s wage is eternal death in the lake of fire. There are no excuses about sin. We all must repent and turn to God if we need to be saved from sin and its punishment.

In the third chapter, we will look at the message of evangelism. What do we tell people when sharing Christ Jesus with them? Mostly, we tell them what Christ has done to us and that is why we must become Christians before we witness to others.

In the Bible, when people meet Jesus, they are amazed of his nature and lifestyle and they always go and tell others about him. The message of evangelism is the fact that God loves all people on earth regardless of their sins.

But, each one of them must repent and turn to God for the cleansing and forgiveness. God is calling for all people on earth because he loves them and this is the message of evangelism. Jesus Christ is the symbol of God’s love for the world.

In the fourth chapter, we will look at the principles of evangelism. Our personal testimonies, our needs, the needs of others and current events are the common principles we can use as they were also used many times in the Bible by different people. These are the basic principles of evangelism. We can share what Jesus has done to us with the people we meet such as friends and our family members.

In chapter five, six and seven, we will look at different types of evangelism. In chapter eight, we will do the follow up of the new believers and in chapter nine we will discuss about evangelizing special groups of people such as Muslims, African Traditional Religious believers and many other group of people that God can bring to your contact.

We will also talk about evangelism in our modern world of technology. Do you know you can use your phone to evangelize the world for Christ? You can share your faith with thousands of people online through your computer or phone.

Global Media Outreach is my favorite tool that I use to share my faith with many people that I will not meet during my earthly life. You can do the same by going to www.globalmediaoutreach.com and get involved to share your faith with the world today. You will learn how to do this if you visit that website.

We must know what evangelism and discipleship are before we do them. We also must know the reason why we should get involved in evangelism and discipleship work. We have to know who should get involved in evangelistic work, and where we should get started from. Evangelism is like a multiplication in mathematics.

Step I

One author summarized the basic issues in evangelism into what evangelism is, what discipleship is, who should get involved, where and when to get involved.

Evangelism is telling others the gospel of Jesus Christ with the purpose of bringing them to accept Jesus. Evangelism must be combined with discipleship. We must teach those we reach with the gospel about how to live a fruitful Christian life. The most important reason to evangelize is that Jesus commanded it. He said we will keep his commands if we love him. There are many people who do not know Jesus. They are lost for eternity. It is not God’s will for anyone to be lost. God’s will is that everyone should be saved. Therefore, we will evangelize if we love Jesus. We will evangelize if we want to obey him and do his will^^1^^.

Every Christian should be involved in evangelism. God has given us the Holy Spirit to help us. The Holy Spirit teaches us and guides us. He gives us spiritual power to be effective witnesses. Our evangelism should begin where we are and spread over the entire world. Jesus did not come to earth to evangelize the world himself. Instead, he made a way for the entire world to be saved. He also prepared the disciples for world evangelism. Jesus has given us a plan that every believer can follow. Evangelism is not a special calling or a gift of the Spirit. Rather, evangelism is a part of a Christina lifestyle. It is a command given by Christ to every believer^^2^^.

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p<>{color:#000;}. What is evangelism?

There are definitions to evangelism depending on the focus at a time. Evangelism according to McCulley is “telling others about Jesus with the purpose of bringing them to accept him as Lord and Savior of their lives^^3^^”. Evangelism is to witness about what we know about Jesus Christ. Anyone who even met Jesus always speaks of him to others.

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p<>{color:#000;}. What is discipleship?

Discipleship is teaching believers about how to live a fruitful Christian life. No matter when we become Christians, we are still disciples of Jesus. The word disciple means a follower of someone or a student of someone. We are students and followers of Jesus Christ if we only accepted him as Lord and Savior.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Who should get involved in evangelism?

Every Christian is commanded to evangelize or speak about the love of Christ to others. We speak in different ways. We speak through our lives more than we do speak with our tongues. If we live our Christian life and we speak about Jesus, we are already getting involved in evangelism work! Are you evangelizing where you are?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Where should we get started with evangelism?

Jesus told his first disciples to begin their evangelism in their Jerusalem, to Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the world. We must start at our current Jerusalem, our homes and then we move far from there. We do not have to go to the physical Jerusalem in Israel in order for us to start witnessing for Christ.

Unit 1: Evangelism Barriers and their solutions

Introduction – There were many barriers to evangelism in the Old Testament and New Testament. People give excuses so that they do not go and tell the good news to those who need it. But we must learn these barriers and overcome them. They are not stumbling blocks for the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Step II

McCauley went on and made it clear that Jesus commanded all his disciples, including us to go and make disciples of all nations. But, he noticed that many Christians do not obey this command for various reasons such as fear, lack of knowledge, lack of concern among many other excuses.

Jesus gave the command to every Christian to go and make disciples. Still, many Christians do not evangelize. Why is this so? Many do not evangelize because of fear. They are afraid of what others will do or say. They are fearful because they do not know what to say. Others do not evangelize because they do not know they should evangelize. Still others are too busy or just do not care.^^4^^

The same author also observed that Jesus’ command must be obeyed by all Christians. He then suggested the best ways for people to get involved in evangelistic work. He focused on the training of workers and prayer. He then made it clear that the workers of the gospel must be well organized. The evangelism workers get their power from God the Holy Spirit according to McCulley.

Christ’s command must be obeyed. The best way to get people involved is through prayer and training. Prayer touches people’s hearts and motivates their actions. The training prepares harvesters for the task of reaping the harvest. After harvesters are trained, they must be organized. Churches should set a time when believers go out to visit and share the gospel. Harvesters need power to do the work. The power for evangelism comes from the Holy Spirit. Jesus said that his disciples would be his witnesses after they had received power (Acts 1:8). Harvesters need to be filled with the Holy Spirit before they try to do the work^^5^^.

The writer pointed out some few things that prevent believers from accepting the gospel of Jesus Christ. These excuses can either be on the side of believers or on the side of unbelievers as he discussed in the quoted text below.

There are also things that prevent unbelievers from accepting Christ. Unbelievers may have misplaced faith. They may believe that salvation comes by good works or attending church. Some people claim to be Christians, but do not live like Christians. Such hypocrites can hinder unbelievers from accepting Christ. Some people never accept Christ because they value their possessions and worldly life too much. Still others are prevented by fear. They fear change, persecution, and rejection by God^^6^^.

The same author argued that, if our lives do not match what we say to people, we cannot convince others to accept Christ. Then he turned to the power of God’s love for unbelievers which he believes to be enough. He said that the Holy Spirit will help the unbelievers overcome their reasons of not responding positively to the gospel of salvation through Christ Jesus our Lord. He said:

There may be many reasons that unbelievers do not accept Christ. But God’s grace is sufficient. The Holy Spirit can and will help them to overcome all reasons for not responding. We are Christ’s sheep. It is our responsibility to give birth to other sheep. Let us follow the Shepherd. Christ our Shepherd, came to seek and to save the lost. Let us be motivated and trained to do the same. And then, let us motivate and train others^^7^^.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Fear

Fear is the tool Satan use to keep the people of God in bondage to sin and deception. People fear what their friends and colleagues will think and say if they confess Jesus as Lord and Savior. Some people fear change because they expect the negative things from it.

Some people think if they accept Christ they will be deprived of their earthly desires and wishes. But, these are all thoughts from people not from God.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Lack of knowledge

The lack of knowing what to say is one barrier in evangelism. Yet, if one has ever encountered Jesus in life, that person will never be silent about what happened. We see this many times in the Bible. You do not need to be a Christian for a very long time before you tell others about Jesus.

You already know what happened to you when you became a Christian few days, weeks or months ago. Share that with others! You do not need to be a theologian or a church leader before you share your faith with others.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Lack of concern

Jonah felt it was not his job to warn his enemies about the coming judgment of God. He thought it was none of his business if the Ninevite die or live. He refused God’s call and direction as he went the other opposite way

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p<>{color:#000;}. Business

Christians are sometimes very busy with their works. This is another excuse of not being able to evangelize our world around us. Business is not only a barrier for evangelism, it also a barrier for Bible reading and Bible study. In most cases Christians feel tired to read their bibles after doing their daily work. But we have to create sometimes to do important things. We always have time for things that are important to us. We always have time for eating, drinking computing and other things that matter to us, but why not evangelism?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Hypocrisy

When we do not live our Christian lives as we should, people will not listen to our message!

Unit 2: Evangelism Message

Introduction – The message of evangelism is God’s true love for a sinner manifested in the life and work of Jesus Christ. Evangelism is not to please the sinners while encouraging them to remain in their sins; rather, it is a message that seeks repentance. We must preach the gospel of Christ while we live like Christ did.

Step III

There are four spiritual laws that we need to remember. We can use these when we lead someone to Christ. The laws are that (1) God loves you and have a wonderful plan for your life as shown in John 10:10; and John 3:16. (2) The wages of sin is death as in Romans 3:23, 6:23 and Isaiah 59:2. (3) Jesus is the only way to salvation such as in John 14:8; 1 Corinthians 15:3-4, and 1 Peter 3:18. The other law is that, (4) you must receive Jesus as your Lord and Saviour such as recorded in John 1:12; Ephesians 2:8-9 and Revelation 3:20^^8^^.

Remembering the four spiritual laws will help us evangelize effectively. These laws can guide us as we talk to people about Jesus Christ. We may start in many different ways as we share with someone about Jesus. However, we will do well to include these four laws as we witness for Christ.^^9^^

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p<>{color:#000;}. Law one – God loves you

All people on earth were created and loved by God. God loves all people and they is why they have their breath and life in them whether they acknowledge this fact or not. God does not only love Christians or Muslims, he loves all people. He has a wonderful plan for each human being.

His plan is revealed in his word, the Bible. His plan is to enjoy our fellowship with him. His plan is to give us that abundant life in Christ Jesus. We are not just here because we were created for a purpose.

We may not understand God’s plan for us now, but all we need to do is ask God. What is it that God wants me to do here on earth before I leave this world?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Law to – man has a problem and the Bible calls it ‘sin’

We all have a problem and the Bible has a name for that, sin. This illness is found in any of us. Mankind has been suffering from this disease since the fall. How do we know we are sinners? We can tell we are born sinners when we look at what we think and do.

We are born with the heart of rebellion. Take an example of a little child who wants to play with sharp objects. Adults know that sharp things can harm us, but children do not.

Yet, a child will always try to resist the parents when they want to take away the sharp object from them thinking they know better. We human beings are doing the same thing to God. We think we know better than he does. We even want to be free and do our own things. Many have already believed in a lie that there is no God!

Even though we are born sinners, God still loves us because his plans cannot be changed by our status. But God must deal with sin or else his law will not be a just law. His just and righteous law states that sin must be dealt with. The punishment for sin is eternal death, where we will be separated from God forever. God has to make a way out since we cannot save ourselves from this condemnation. This moves us to the third law – Jesus Christ, the only way out.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Law three – Jesus Christ is the only way

God made a way out for us to escape death. He punished Jesus for us already 2000 years ago. Since the laws states that, a sinner must die, Jesus died on the cross for us. He redeemed from sin and death by dying on the cross so that we will not perish.

God was satisfied by the death of his son because this has fulfilled the requirements of the law. But, is it fair for God to allow his own son, who knew no sin, to die for sinners like you and me? Well, this happened because God loved us.

God the Son decided to do this for us. He was not forced to redeem us by God the Father, or God the Holy Spirit. He did this because we cannot do it. He did this because it is what the law says should be done to a sinner like you and me.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Law four – we must accept Jesus individually

The condition here is that we have to receive the gift of God. We must believe in Jesus Christ each one of us in order for us to be saved. But, what about those who die as little as thirty minutes old? Will these people be saved? The answer is simple. We don’t just know what to say about this. But, this does mean that God does not know what to say. God can reveal himself to any person in his own ways.

If God can reveal himself to anyone in his own ways, why are we then doing the evangelism work for him? We do evangelism as an act of obedience to one of his commands – Go and make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:19).

Unit 3: Evangelism Methods

Introductions – There are principles in evangelistic work. These principles serve as the main reasons for evangelism and using them with care will help us lead many people to Christ Jesus. These principles have been used by Christ and his disciples many years ago and they are still good for us to use today.

Step IV

There are many examples of different doors of evangelism in the Bible. We can learn some important principles of evangelism from each of them. Andrew and Philip shared their new experience of meeting the Lord with family and friends. They used the door of personal testimony. Jesus, Peter and Paul all used what was happening at the time to begin evangelism.

They used the doors of personal needs, the needs of others, and current topics and events. Evangelism can take place in many ways. Each day our lives are testimonies to others. We share the gospel by the way we live.

We must live according to God’s Word so that others may come to know Christ. Another important door to evangelism is friendship. We should work at building relationships with people. Relationships become bridges from one person to another. The love of Christ can “travel” from us to the other person over that bridge^^10^^.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Personal testimony.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Personal needs.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Needs of others.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Current events.

We see how important it is to be wise by the examples of Jesus and others. There is a right time to evangelize, as well as a right way.

And evangelism must be done with a right attitude. Our attitude should be like Christ’s. He was gentle, kind, and compassionate. We need to get people’s attention to make them listen to what we say. We can do this by starting where they are.

We can also use what is happening around them. And we can use what they know to explain what they do not know. Learning to communicate well is also important to being wise. Simple words, a calm voice, and a heart of compassion are all important.

Our use of good communication skills allows the Holy Spirit to minister well to unbelievers. Let us study the examples of evangelism used by Jesus and the apostles. Then we can ask the Holy Spirit to help us follow those examples. Our efforts to evangelize our world will be more fruitful if we do this.

Unit 4: Types of Evangelism

[]Personal Evangelism

Introduction – We have to plan for evangelism work. We have to make a target before starting the work. We must follow the plan or else, it will not work. People have many excuses of not accepting Christ and we must respond to those excuses they try to make. We must follow up the new believers!

Step V

Evangelism is not something that takes place automatically. Preparation and planning are needed. Those of us who want to be involved in evangelizing must prepare ourselves. First, we need to experience salvation ourselves. Then we need to spend much time in prayer and Bible study. Prayer and Bible study, prepare both our minds and hearts for evangelism. Evangelism must be planned. We should develop ways to share the main points of the gospel^^11^^.

We must also prepare ourselves to answer people’s excuses for not accepting Christ. It is helpful to study these excuses and the Scriptures to use in answering them. We can learn how to give a good answer through prayer and Bible study. And we should always remember to be kind and to not argue. Leading unbelievers to accept Christ as their Savior is not the end. We need specific plans to continue teaching these people. New converts need support until their faith becomes strong^^12^^.

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p<>{color:#000;}. God loves all people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. All have sinned against God.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sin leads to death (spiritual death that is eternal).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Man cannot save himself from sin and its result (death).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Jesus died for our sins (past, present and future).

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p<>{color:#000;}. A person must accept Christ as his/her Lord and Saviour to be saved.

Public Evangelism

Introduction – Public evangelism is the opposite of personal evangelism. In public evangelism, we use street-witnessing, dramas, films and tracts as means or methods of evangelism. There are strengths and weaknesses of this kind of sharing Christians.

Step VI

Public evangelism is simply evangelism in a public place. It usually happens in a crowd of people. The methods are varied. It may involve standing on the street preaching, singing, and sharing testimonies. It can also happen through the use of dramas, films, and tracts. The greatest strength of public evangelism is that many people hear the gospel at one time. And it can happen in many places without much equipment. However, public evangelism has some weaknesses. We do not know how many people are receiving when we are talking to a crowd. Too often, public evangelism just becomes giving out information. Real conversions may be rare. Effective public evangelism must have the following^^13^^:

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p<>{color:#000;}. A clear short message.

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p<>{color:#000;}. A message that the public understand.

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p<>{color:#000;}. A message given in a good way.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Voices that are loud, but not irritating or screaming.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Workers trained to be with the crowd for prayer and to answer questions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. A way of recording those who respond to the invitation.

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p<>{color:#000;}. A plan for follow up.

These are very important for the public evangelism to be good. “And whatever you do, whether in work or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him (Col. 3:17); whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God (1 Cor. 10:31).

Crusade Evangelism

Introduction – Crusade Evangelism is different from the public evangelism even though they share many things in common.

In crusade evangelism, we must prepare. We must pray, invite an Evangelist, select a place for a crusade, obtain permits, collect all equipments and materials needed, and we must train people for the event.

There are different crusades such as the city crusade with or without a church. There can be a village crusade without a church as well. Good crusade like public evangelism do not just happen. A crusade’s success depends on the quality of preparation for it.

A crusade without preparation is like a house without a foundation. But preparation takes time. Planning for crusade should begin months before the first crusade meeting. And a crusade is hard work. But it is necessary if we want to see results. We must prepare well in order to see those results.

Step VII

A crusade is a lot of work. You cannot just decide one day to have a crusade and start it the next day. Much advanced planning and preparation is needed. The success of a crusade depends on what happens before the crusade starts. There are five steps to good preparation. The most important step is prayer. The other four steps are^^14^^:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Select a place.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Collect permits.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Get all required equipments and materials, and announce the crusade.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Train workers for crusade.

Physical workers and spiritual workers are both important. People are needed for intercessory prayer before and during the crusade. Altar workers and follow up workers are also needed. Someone must be available to handle the equipment and supplies.

This person needs to know how to set up everything and get it ready for the meetings. Everyone needs to know exactly how to do what needs to be done, and when to do it. This closes one door that Satan will try to enter in order to spoil the crusade^^15^^.

Other preparations include getting the required permits. Also a master list of everything needed is important. This list will help you to be sure that everything is ready before you need it. And you have to announce the crusade. Let people know what is happening. David Godwin wrote that selecting a place and training workers are the two most important tasks (after prayer). The place needs to be where people can see it. It needs to be where the people are^^16^^.

There are many ways to do crusade. In this chapter, we saw examples of three different crusades. These were a city crusade without a church, a city crusade with a church, and a village crusade without a church. Your area may not be just like any of these examples.

But you should prayerfully read through each of them again. The Holy Spirit can guide you to know what is best for your area^^17^^. People without Christ are lost in sin. They are waiting for someone to bring them the good news of salvation. We can use these tools of evangelism to reach out to them. We must do all we can to win the lost for Christ.

Discipleship – Follow Up

Introduction – Since evangelism and discipleship must go together. We must make a follow up whenever we preach the good news of Christ and people responded positively.

These people must be taught about what they should believe in. But, we cannot do this without a plan as well. We must know where to start, when to start, and what to teach to the new believers. We should teach about salvation and use the printed materials. You can make your own outline of what to teach for follow up.

Step VIII

The harvest must be preserved or kept safe after it is gathered in. Follow up preserves evangelism’s harvest. It trains new believers to grow strong in their faith. Follow up is not something we do if we have time. It is a command of the Lord. Helping people come to know the Lord is a great blessing to us. But we must not stop with evangelism. It is also our responsibility to train believers to live a Christian life^^18^^.

Pastors need to train their church members to be prayer workers and believers involved in follow up and discipleship. Workers need to be trained how to answer unbeliever’s questions. Workers also need to know how to use the printed resources that are available. Follow up should start immediately after conversion and acceptance of Christ. We should give people we have prayed for with something to read. We should not leave them until we have made a plan to meet them again. Then, we should visit them once a week for a few months. We can plan things to share with them or teach them. Two good books to be used are, Your New Life and Following Jesus. It is good to keep regular contact with them for at least a year^^19^^.

The most important thing to teach new believers is the reality of their salvation. We should teach them how to pray and read their Bible. Also, we should teach them the importance of being part of a body of believers, a church. After this, we can show them how to live a Christian life pleasing to the Lord. Preserving the harvest is very important. Jesus commanded us to, “Go… Preach… and teach” (Matthew 28:19-20). We must not leave new believers alone. We must spend time with them, pray with them, and teach them. This is work! But we are making sure of their place in eternity. This is worth every effort^^20^^.

Unit 5: Special Evangelism

Introduction – Christians sometimes avoid sharing the gospel with those who are different. They see only the strange ways of people from other tribes, races, or religious. Islam and Hinduism seem so different. Believers may think it is impossible to win such lost ones to the Lord. Therefore, they may not even try!

Step IX

No person is beyond salvation. God’s grace can reach everyone. We must never think that any person or group of people is unreachable. Some people may be more difficult to reach than others. And reaching such people may take longer.

But all things are possible with God. One simple guideline applies when witnessing to Muslims, Hindus, or animists. We must get to know them. When we know them as people, we can do all of them following^^21^^:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Know what they believe.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Respect them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Relate the Bible to their needs.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Pray with them and for them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Let them see Jesus in us.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Show them that Jesus is the answer.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ask God to work his miracle power in our lives and ministries.

Our ministry to people is not finished when they accept Christ as their Savior. We must then teach them. They need to be taught how to put off the old self and be made new in Christ. This is especially important for those who were in animism. There are many other special groups of people needing our witness of Christ. There are children, young people, the sick, prisoners, and more. We can witness to them all by using the guidelines discussed in this text. We must find out where and who they are. We can start with what they know to teach them what they do not know. They must come to know Christ as we know him^^22^^.

Look again at the words of Peter regarding God’s desires. “The Lord is not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance” (2 Peter 3:9). Evangelism is the very heart of God. We should make it ours as well^^23^^.

I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe with harvest” (John 4:35). Oh Lord of the harvest, burn a desire within each of us to go out into the fields and gather in the harvest while it is still day! Amen^^24^^.

Bibliography

McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. East Books: Nairobi, Kenya.

Coleman, E. R. (2004). The Master Plan of Evangelism. Michigan, USA: Fleming H. Revell.

Kent, R. H. (1995). Are Evangelicals Born Again?. Wheaton, Illinois: Colman Crossway Books.

1 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 4-9).

2 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 10-11).

3 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 4).

4 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 16-19).

5 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 20-22).

6 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 23-24).

7 ibid

8 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages 32).

9 ibid

10 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 44-45).

11 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 53-54).

12 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 54).

13 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 61-61).

14 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 74).

15 ibid

16 ibid

17 ibid

18 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages. 85).

19 ibid

20 ibid

21 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages 91).

22 McCulley, M. (2007). Evangelism. Nairobi, Kenya: East Books (pages 92).

23 ibid

24 ibid


Discipleship and Evangelism

  • ISBN: 9781310880209
  • Author: Discipleship Press
  • Published: 2016-01-29 19:05:10
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