In Episode 471 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss why there has been a decline of evangelism.
In This Episode, You’ll Discover:
What keeps people from sharing the gospel
Some specific seminary programs worth looking into
Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):
“We are drawn to tools and the end result is sometimes those tools can become reduced to an elevator pitch.” – @edstetzer
“Without a certainty that with Christ can we be redeemed and live with him forever, if they don’t believe that fully they won’t share it fully.” – @edstetzer
“When we walk through helping people to know, respond, and follow Christ, we need to have a listening ear.” – @edstetzer
“There are a lot of things that God calls people to do, but there is one that God calls His people to do that they always forget.” – @edstetzer
“When it comes to evangelism a lot of people are practical atheists.” – @edstetzer
“No one is going to run away from Christ because you said, ‘I don’t know.’” – @danielsangi
“People already know you are imperfect, so you might as well tell them, and them tell them about Jesus who is perfect.” – @edstetzer
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