Evangelism Essays

  • What Is Evangelism? First Of All, There Are Many Definitions Of Evangelism

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    what is evangelism? First of all, there are several definitions of evangelism. For the purpose of research at Impact Church, I will use one of six positions which David J. Bosch uses to define evangelism. He says, “Evangelism relates to other Christian activities in a way that seed relates to fruit. We first have to change individuals by means of verbal proclamation of the gospel.” The social media ministry at Impact church will attempt to create a ministry team for outreach to people on the internet

  • Four Spiritual Laws: Methods of Evangelism

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    Four Spiritual Laws Summary of Method – The method that I choose was “Four Spiritual Laws.” The basic summary of this method of evangelism is there are four simple and straight forward points that evangelist must present in order to reach the person who is being evangelized. In other words, these four laws are constant and are needed in order to understand the Gospel and salvation. These laws include: God loves you, man is sinful and separated from God, Jesus Christ is God's only provision for man's

  • Christianity and Evangelism in Jane Eyre

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    Christianity and Evangelism in Jane Eyre There were great changes in the religious arena during the time of Victorian England. John Wesley had his warm heart experience, India had been opened to missionizing, and a Utilitarian and Evangelical shift had occurred. Charlotte Brontë would have felt the effects of these things, being a daughter of the clergy, and by simply being a daughter of the Victorian era. Her novel, Jane Eyre, serves as a reaction to Utilitarianism, and the protagonist Jane

  • Christians and Atheism

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    message of the Bible get lost behind the legality of the church (especially regarding political issues) or the hypocritical, unloving attitudes of those who call themselves Christians. And it is a grave problem for churches, especially in the sight of evangelism. The church needs to address the causes of such a turn-off from Christianity in order for it to be remedied. A specific look at how Christians themselves turn people off from Christianity reveals that Christian history, Christians today, and the

  • The Churches Of Christ: A Comparative Essay

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    Germany, Sweden, and the United States, totaling over 49 years in their own traditions and fellowship. On June 25, of 1957, the four churches held a synod meeting in Cleveland, Ohio, to commit more fully to unity, liberty, freedom in Christ, and the evangelism of the world. These groups, under the head of the Uniting General Synod, became the United Churches of Christ. Today the CoC has over two thousand registered churches in the world. By 1979, the roots of the CoC were firmly in place. It was then

  • Didion's Some Dreamers of the Golden Dream

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    obsessions and greediness. In the essay "Some Dreamers of the Golden Dream," the San Bernardino Valleys self-indulgent culture devaluates societys morals and ethics such as religion, law, love, and life. In the San Bernardino Valley, tele-evangelism, Christian gospel spread through television, is prominent.  It is "the California where it is easy to Dial-A-Devotion, but hard to buy a book." (p.4)  It is a society where anyone with money can buy a devotion to God with the dialing of a number

  • Come thou fount

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    Thou Fount of Evangelism Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing has recently become a modernized hymn. It is the same hymn that was written in the eighteenth century just revamped. The only difference is the tempo, the Grammy winning artist, and now instead of sanctuaries it is blasted through Christian radio stations all over the United States. It has become a song that seasoned churchgoers know by heart, and a hymn my generation has brought back to life. The song is full of grace and mercy. It has

  • Essay On Missionary Teachers

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    is one of the most telling signs of whether or not that individual will thrive or fail in a cross-cultural setting (Wong, Kristjansson & Dornyei, 2013, p. 27). Furthermore, before one focuses on the specifics of English lesson plans or Christian evangelism tactics, he or she should have an awareness of who they are and why they want to cross cultures and borders to

  • The Pilgrim's Plight

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    Evangelist lifted his head, and looked afar off, “I see Mercy approaching, and he carries your burden on his back.” The man said, “I hear, Sir. Can thou perhaps explain the weight on my shoulders? For I fear for my safety, even as Faith says `Push on'.” Then Evangelist answered and said, “Your Question shall be spoken but shortly, for I have faith that Mercy shall arrive with an answer.” For a short while, Evangelist exhorted me to have faith, and to prevail against the forces arrayed against

  • The Ministry Of Evangelism

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    in the power of the Spirit of God. What spiritual gifts are necessary? Are the methods of evangelism as effective in today’s church as they were in years past? Or is the Holy Spirit guiding the ministry of Evangelism in a different direction? These question need to be addressed and answered if the Gospel is to be effectively preached and adhered to for the harvesting of souls in the last days.Is Evangelism Going Out

  • The Importance Of Evangelism

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    “Evangelism in the Wesleyan tradition puts us on a journey in which we abide in Christ,” thus strengthening our relationship with God the Father. If we feel secure with this belief, why do people shy away from wanting to participate in evangelism? Rainer explains that there are a number of reasons why people are reluctant to evangelize. The number one reason he established

  • Domestic Evangelism

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    Global Evangelism is rooted in one of the Assemblies of God core beliefs of “speaking in tongues.” By their Holy Spirit infusing a foreign language into them, they believe it prepares them to evangelize to a different group of people. With these facts established one would think that the Assemblies of God are very prominent in global evangelism. While this appears to be the case, the opposite may be true as well. The Assemblies of God are using modern technology to spread their beliefs in ways unprecedented

  • Essay On Evangelism

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    Evangelism is a basic tenet of Christianity. Evangelism is defined by Webster’s as “a preaching of, or zealous effort to spread, the gospel, as in revival or by televised services”. More accurately, it is “sounding out” God’s word (1 Thess. 1:8). With these definitions in mind, we can see what we are discussing: sharing the faith in Jesus Christ with others. The goal of all Christians should be converting the people they encounter. If we do not make an effort to share the faith, then we are not fulfilling

  • My Philosophy on Evangelism

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    My Philosophy on Evangelism The word “evangelism” can arouse various feelings. Historically, practices of “evangelism” disrupted lives and caused deaths around the world. Today some would still attribute it to imperialism and intolerance. However, “evangelism” has also been known to bring hope, healing, and even financial confidence to many unfortunate lives. Essentially, this simple word unravels many complex definitions. Fundamentalists hold to its brighter meanings, while many skeptics

  • Servant Evangelism

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    Witness Report Every week I go to Miami, Florida to minister to the broken, bruised, and homeless. I tend to use the Servant Evangelism method because I believe it displays authenticity and makes people receptive to the Gospel. Instead of just presenting the Gospel, I follow James 2:16, which says, "and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and filled,” without giving them the things needed for the body, what good is that?"  Therefore, I make sure to provide food and water before I share

  • Urban Evangelism

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    Urban Evangelism "…and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria and to the ends of the earth." Acts 1:8 This commandment, given by Christ to his apostles, was one of action. First they were to go into their homes, or Jerusalem, then to their community, or Samaria, and then finally to the ends of the earth. The Christian church of today, however has lost sight of that directive. For too many years now we have sent thousands of missionaries abroad while ignoring

  • The Importance Of Brand Evangelism

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    done on exploring the notion of brand evangelism. Brand evangelism occurs when customer do positive word of mouth and tries to convince other to use or buy the same brand and rand evangelism involved commitment and emotional attachment (McConnell and Huba, 2002). (Scarpi 2010) argued that brand evangelism in terms of positive word of mouth behavior that

  • Servant Evangelism Essay

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    speak of your testimony. David Wheeler (2010) summarizes it perfectly when he says, “Servant evangelism involves intentionally sharing Christ by putting love in action” (p. 151). This method of evangelism means meeting people where they are at in life, breaking down any barriers that would separate, and telling them about the love of Jesus through your actions. Advantages of Using This Method Servant evangelism opens doors for a person to be able to share the good news of the Gospel. When a person

  • The Pastor's Role in Evangelism

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    a pastor can be inconspicuous and differ from church to church. Is evangelism, or sharing the good news of what Jesus Christ did for the world, solely the duty of the pastor? Or does this duty lie in the job description of his congregants? Or could the job of evangelism be both for the pastor and his members? Like many aspects of the church, there are varying views on this topic. Before one can discover if the task of evangelism is the sole duty of the pastor, the pastor’s duty should be defined

  • Evangelism Reflection Paper

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    require gifts which are not already present in the believer. Nevertheless, I believe that many shy away from the opportunity because they have been calibrated to believe that some obligations, especially this one, are only earmarked for the clergy. Evangelism exist so that those who stand a feet or so away from the freedom of the gospel can be reminded, urged, and pushed forward