There are many people who want to be better evangelists but have no idea where to start. They read books by Christians that make evangelism appear easy and then get frustrated when they don’t get the same results.
The truth is, people who write about astounding evangelistic results are people who are naturally gifted evangelists and you can’t be taught a gift. However there are some steps that you can take in order to improve your evangelism and hopefully get better results the next time you try to reach out to someone.
This class on evangelism is broken down into two main parts. Evangelism 101 & 102 gets into the mind of a non Christian and attempts to get you to think from their perspective before sharing the gospel with them. While only God can soften hearts, these classes will show you how to approach someone with the gospel in a way that they are more likely to be open to.
Evangelism 201 & 202 present questions that you may encounter while evangelizing. They help you think through how to answer questions that you may be asked. It’s ok if you don’t know the answers, the exercise of thinking through how to answer is most important.
While some questions are open ended, after you submit your answers you’ll be shown possible answers as well as some additional discussion about the question.
Evangelism 301 contains more questions only they are more difficult ones that may be asked by intellectuals and skeptics that the average Christian may not encounter often. Some questions are difficult to answer while others are just kind of abstract. Nevertheless these are questions that are being asked by people who are well studied and want to fight against the gospel.
These courses are actually hosted on our evangelism site but links to them are provided here for your convenience.
There’s lots more on the topic of evangelism at our sister site, Church of Petra.