In order to keep church members motivated and willing to participate in evangelism, it is important to have and implement different methods of evangelism in your ministry.
Some people are extravert and don’t find it hard to approach and speak to people; some others, dread even the thought of doing such. You also have people who have a bit more free time then others (retired vs. parents with small children). There are also the age, gender and race differences in members also. Taking into consideration all these factors, it makes perfect since why a church should have different methods of evangelism so that each member will be able to get involved in at least one of the methods.
What are some methods of evangelism that we can implement in our ministry?
What are a few methods of evangelism?
Community oriented services: one of the most effective methods of evangelism I find is a church offering services that are community oriented. The idea is to look into your community and identify what the needs are. Once you have identified a need, come up with a creative idea to help solved that need.
Outreach programs: Another very powerful method of evangelism is to create and offer programs in the church that community members find useful. An example of that: the economic crisis all over the world have some families struggling to make end meets. Do you have people in the church that have a financial training? I am sure you do. Offer a free budget/financial planning course to help these families manage their budgets.
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