What if every member of your church made evangelism a regular practice in his or her daily routine? Imagine the impact this would have on your church and community. Sadly, though, what should be a natural part of the Christian life is often neglected or passed off to “the experts.”
In his latest book, Everyday Evangelism, evangelism professor Matt Queen debunks the myths of personal evangelism, providing encouragement, insight, and practical steps for creating a culture of everyday evangelism in your church.
Queen and other professors have led students in taking the Gospel to every home within a one-mile radius of Southwestern Seminary and have now expanded the initiative to reach a two-mile radius. The book’s final chapter gives strategies and advice for churches to implement a similar evangelism strategy in their communities.
Southwestern will give away free copies of Everyday Evangelism and other evangelism resources at LAUNCH, a free event at the 2014 SBC meeting in Baltimore, Md., June 11, designed to encourage, inspire and equip pastors and churches to create a culture of everyday evangelism. Ronnie Floyd, Stephen Rummage, Steve Gaines, and other SBC pastors will join Queen to discuss effective ways to reach communities with the Gospel.
To register for the free LAUNCH event at SBC, visit swbts.edu/launch.
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