7. Evangelism is about more than technique.
Technique is not wrong, but if God is in it, any technique will work. The three unusual people who were engaged in evangelism that I mentioned in the first point, didn’t have any technique, but even so, many people believed in Jesus because they shared the life that they had found in Him. Every church and organisation will have their own technique, and although I strongly recommend that you should support and get involved in the technique of your local church (if it is sound and biblical), remember that this is only one way in which to communicate the precious, unchangeable, good news of Christ.
8. Evangelism does not begin from a position of superiority.
We don’t engage in evangelism or in evangelistic activities because we are the saved ones who go to those who are less than us. Spurgeon said that evangelism is “one beggar telling another beggar where to find bread”. We go to others because we have received, and we are commissioned to go, not because of any merit or status of our own.
9. Evangelism is not supposed to be unloving.
There is no true evangelism that exists without love. That is how the world will know that we are His disciples. When the message of the gospel reaches us, it transforms us, and this love will break the cycle of indifference and inertia in our lives, so that we are unleashed into the world, to do as Jesus did.
10. Evangelism is not an activity, but a way of life.
Helpful post reminding us what evangelism is not. We need humble posture & confidence in Spirit’s work conviction as we share good news of Jesus with a lost world. Church leaders need to be careful not to lay a false burden of guilt on their congregations https://t.co/bofNFkoF6h
— John Stevens (@_JohnStevens) May 11, 2021