More About ‘Evangelism’

10 Ways to Commit Spiritual Suicide

Category: Charismania, Church Issues, Discernment, Emergent Church, Evangelism, Media, Persecution, Purpose Driven, Sin, Sinner Sensitive, Word Faith, Worldliness

5 Things We Can Mistake for Evangelism – Mark Dever

Category: Evangelism

1) Imposition We mistakenly take evangelism to be manipulation. But that’s what the world says. In truth, we’re not trying to impose our beliefs on anybody. Biblically, we can’t impose our beliefs on anybody. Force and coercion cannot finally bring about the change that God demands. You can’t expand Christianity by the sword. Evangelism is [...]

A Good Question, by Ray Comfort

Category: Christianity, Evangelism

“How do you discuss Hell and Heaven and ‘counting the cost’ of discipleship in bold, honest, loving truth…yet not use Heaven as a draw card or reward…and not use Hell as a scare tactic. I don’t want to have people leaping to Jesus just so they don’t get burned, it’s not really any different then [...]

A Lesson From The Moment of Truth

Category: Evangelism, General Topics

This is a powerful lesson from Ray Comfort and the very popular television program The Moment of Truth.

Australians Arrested For Preaching the Gospel

Category: Evangelism, Persecution

Two open-air preachers, on Australia’s Gold Coast, who have been preaching in the same location for two years were arrested last Sunday, April 13. I certainly don’t intend to liken their situation to Christians in other countries who are being martyred, or have no freedom, but for this to happen in a free country like [...]

Cameron Buettel: The Bottom Line With Atheists

Category: Atheism, Evangelism

Last year, after viewing the debate on ABC between Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron and the atheists Brian Sapient and “Kelly” I found myself initially walking away with mixed emotions. The chest beating male in myself saw it as a contest of Tyson v Holyfield proportions and was cheering for my guys (Ray and Kirk) [...]

Can the Gospel be Compromised by Clever Word Delivery?

Category: Evangelism

Can You See God But Not Worship Him as God?

Category: Evangelism, Media

Changing Society

Category: Evangelism, Quotes

John Stott | “Evangelism is the major instrument of social change. For the gospel changes people, and changed people can change society.”

Could a Mariner Sit Idle?

Category: Evangelism, Quotes

Could a mariner sit idle if he heard the drowning cry? Could a doctor sit in comfort and just let his patients die? Could a fireman sit idle, let men burn and give no hand? Can you sit at ease in Zion with the world around you DAMNED? – Leonard Ravenhill

Don’t Contextualize the Gospel

Category: Christianity, Evangelism, Media


Elderly Woman Witnesses to Man Trying to Rob Her

Category: Evangelism, Media

A 92-year-old woman from Dyersburg, Tennessee recently turned an attempted robbery into an opportunity to minister to the would-be robber.

Evangelism – Our Most Sobering Task

Category: Evangelism

The world sleeps peacefully in the darkness of ignorance. There is only one Door by which they may escape death. The steel bars of sin prevent their salvation, and at the same time call for the flames of Eternal Justice. What a fearful thing Judgment Day will be! The fires of the wrath of Almighty [...]

Give Me A Chance To Preach!

Category: Evangelism, Media

God Ordains the Means

Category: Evangelism, Quotes, Sovereignty

. . . divine sovereignty does not stand against evangelism—because God ordains not only the ends but also the means. He predestines some to be saved and commands us to preach to that end. If we do not preach and teach the gospel, then none will be saved. But God has ordained that some will [...]

God’s Sovereignty and Christian Service

Category: Evangelism, Sovereignty

If God has determined before the foundation of the world the precise number of those who shall be saved then why should we concern ourselves about the eternal destiny of those with whom we come into contact? What place is left for zeal in Christian service? Will not the doctrine of God’s Sovereignty, and its [...]

Heart for the Lost, Interview with Ray Comfort

Category: Cults, Evangelism, Islam, Jehovah's Witness, Mormonism, Roman Catholicism

How do you witness to a Mormon, Jehovah’s Witness, Roman Catholic, etcetera? Ray Comfort explains!

Hell’s Best Kept Secret

Category: Church Issues, Evangelism, Media, Sinner Sensitive, Teaching

Why do 80-90% of those making a decision for Christ fall away from the faith? What is the principle that Spurgeon, Wesley, Whitefield, etc., used to reach the lost? Why have the Church neglected it? Don”t let anything stop you from listening to this incredible teaching.

I believe in election. Why should I preach the gospel?

Category: Evangelism

Some of us may believe in God’s sovereign “unconditional election,” or you might just know it as “predestination.” When we hear about unconditional election, it does raise an obvious question: If God has already chosen some to be save, why bother preaching to anyone at all? And that’s a fair question to ask – aside [...]

If experience has taught us anything…

Category: Christianity, Cults, Evangelism, General Topics, Jehovah's Witness, Mormonism, Scripture, Sin, Teaching

Can experience be the measure of all things? Is all peace which we experience the same peace? How about love? Where does witnessing and truth fit into the mix?

If God Has Predestined Men Unto Salvation, Why Evangelize?

Category: Evangelism

If God has predestined men unto salvation, why evangelize?” It’s the question that’s often asked by those who either do not agree with the doctrines of grace, but more often it is asked by those who sincerely would like to know the answer to this question. Mark Kielar expounds upon this question and shows that [...]

Impostors in our Midst

Category: Christianity, Church Issues, Evangelism

The following comes from the Australian Way of the Master newsletter. “Imagine this: You’re seated half way towards the back of a large church building. It’s your first time there, and you’ve been invited to preach. The 600+ crowd is filling the auditorium. As you stand to sing you notice something very strange. Normally, when [...]

Letter from an Atheist

Category: Evangelism

This is an excerpt of an e-mail to Ray Comfort from an atheist. “You are really convinced that you’ve got all the answers. You’ve really got yourself tricked into believing that you’re 100% right. Well, let me tell you just one thing. Do you consider yourself to be compassionate of other humans? If you’re right, [...]

Lower the Law

Category: Church Issues, Evangelism, Quotes

“Do you ever do what Jesus did and use the Ten Commandments to show sinners that they need a Savior? That’s the Commandments’ purpose-to bring to the knowledge of sin. Listen to what Charles Spurgeon said of the Law: “Lower the Law and you dim the light by which man perceives his guilt; this is [...]

Missions, Not the Ultimate Goal!

Category: Evangelism, Quotes, Worship

“Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t.” – John Piper

Money Challenge!

Category: Evangelism

“Have you no wish for others to be saved? Then you are not saved yourself. Be sure of that. The saving of souls, if a man has once gained love to perishing sinners and his blessed Master, will be an all-absorbing passion to him. It will so carry him away, that he will almost forget [...]

Our Only Hope of Success in Evangelism

Category: Evangelism, Sovereignty

J.I. Packer, in his excellent treatise Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God, states: “The sovereignty of God in grace gives us our only hope of success in evangelism.” Packer explains (emphasis mine): “Some fear that belief in the sovereign grace of God leads to the conclusion that evangelism is pointless, since God will save His [...]

Paul Washer Youth Conference Project

Category: Christianity, Evangelism, Media, Sermons

Please take three minutes to listen to the following audio clip of Paul Washer. It comes from a website called, Uncommonly Powerful Preaching. I don’t think we can hear this enough. Listen here

Paul Washer: I’m Not Ashamed of the True Gospel

Category: Christianity, Church Issues, Evangelism, Media

Preaching The Truth Outside Osteen’s Church

Category: Church Issues, Discernment, Evangelism, Media, Sinner Sensitive

This post comes from Christian Research Network. This man preached the message that Joel Osteen refuses to preach and he had the guts to do it right outside of Lakewood Church.

Saint Francis . . . A Sissy? by Ray Comfort

Category: Church Issues, Evangelism, General Topics

One hundred and fifty thousand children had been on the brink of starving to death, but thanks to the kind gift of a very generous billionaire, every child now had enough food to keep him alive. That gift had arrived in the form of one big check. The horror was now over. It was finished. [...]

Street Preaching in Virginia

Category: Evangelism, Media

Here is an encouraging video I was sent by Derreck who preaches around the Virginia area with his friends.

The Full Message

Category: Evangelism, General Topics, Quotes

“We must have the full message. . . ‘deliver the whole counsel of God’. . . . It starts with the Law. The Law of God … the demands of a righteous God, the wrath of God. That is the way to bring men and women to conviction; not by modifying the Truth…. We must [...]

The Philosophy of Evangelism

Category: Church Issues, Evangelism, General Topics, Media

Think of the Sun

Category: Evangelism, Quotes

“Think of the greatness of the sun. It silently rises and sets each day, painting our skies with magnificent colors. Yet every second, millions of tons of hydrogen are destroyed in explosions that start somewhere near the core of our sun, where the temperature is 13 million degrees Celsius. That’s hot. The earth’s entire oil, [...]

This Law of Love!

Category: Evangelism, Quotes

“… to win a soul, it is necessary, not only to instruct our hearer, and make him know the truth, but to impress him so that he may feel it. A purely didactic ministry, which should always appeal to the understanding, and should leave the emotions untouched, would certainly be a limping ministry. “The legs [...]

Why is Differentiating Between Evangelism and Missions Important?

Category: Evangelism

Will the heathen who have not heard the Gospel be saved?

Category: Evangelism

“Answering a student’s question, ‘Will the heathen who have not heard the Gospel be saved?’ thus, ‘It is more a question with me whether we, who have the Gospel and fail to give it to those who have not, can be saved.” – Charles Spurgeon

Winning the World for Christ!

Category: Church Issues, Emergent Church, Evangelism

Is it possible? Could it happen if we preach the Biblical gospel that we have been commanded to? No doubt one of the greatest preachers to ever live was the apostle Paul. Let’s look at examples in the book of Acts and see what results his message received. If we are preaching the same message, [...]