Evangelism Methods That Work

There are many ways to reach people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Below, is a list of evangelism methods that I have found successful over the years.

I will be developing pages to cover each topic in the list, so check back often or sign up for our RSS feed. This is not an exhaustive list, but should provide a starting point for most individuals and churches.

I am always interested in hearing about new methods and techniques to reach people with the Gospel, so please feel free to contact me with your ideas. I would love to add them to the website.

Click on the links below to get an expanded description of the listed methods.

* Using Gospel Tracts for Personal Evangelism *
* Using Your Personal Testimony *
* Outdoor Education Ministries - Outdoor Evangelism *
* Door To Door Ministry - Winning Souls, One Household At A Time *
* Sidewalk Sunday School *
* Health Fairs *
* Community Events *
* Holiday Related Events *
* After School Programs *
* Benevolence Ministries *
* Neighborhood Night Out *
* Back To School Events *
* Disaster Relief Ministry *
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