SHARE Resources (Evangelism)
Tools to Encourage and Equip you for Evangelism
JOURNAL: Evangelism Part 1 by 9Marks
A free resource intended for the building of healthy churches. This edition is comprised of short articles focusing how the church can create a culture of evangelism while also answering some of the objections and obstacles that prevent us from engaging in evangelism.
JOURNAL: Evangelism Part 2 by 9Marks
This edition continues the conversation on evangelism, but focuses more practically on evangelism in its different contexts: workplace, church, neighborhood, cross-cultural settings and more. One article also addresses specifically how do you share the Gospel with a gay friend.
BOOK: Evangelism – How the Whole Church Speaks of Jesus by J. Mack Stiles
A short read that will motivate and excite you to help create a culture of evangelism in your church by being a community of love committed to share the Gospel together in your ordinary lives.
BOOK: The Gospel & Personal Evangelism by Mark Dever
Evangelism is often misunderstood, it is often unpracticed. Dr. Mark Dever seeks to answer the four basic questions about evangelism that many Christians ask: Who should we evangelize? How should we evangelize? What is evangelism? Why should we evangelize?
SERMON: Sharing Our Faith by Pastor Ty Guy, July 27, 2014
This small Gospel presentation walks you the important message in 6 simple steps. A great resource for you to study to make sure you are clear on the Gospel as well as to read through with someone to help them understand the Gospel.
Christianity Explored is a ministry dedicated to informing non-believers of the gospel of Jesus Christ and equipping believers to have a firm grasp upon the gospel. Their website is filled with great videos that speak clearly about the good news of Jesus as well as a section where they take on tough questions with wisdom, truth and tact.
BOOK: Christianity Explored by Rico Tice & Barry Cooper
“The Christianity Explored paperback book, written by UK Evangelist Rico Tice and Barry Cooper, is a jargon-free introduction to Jesus Christ. Drawing from the book of Mark in the Bible the book explores who Jesus was, what his aims were, and what it means to follow him. Concise, entertaining and honest, it’s an ideal book for anyone with little or no experience of Christianity.”