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Evangelism Is... Creating Opportunities for Gospel Conversations

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 (The Soul-Winning Motivator #110)

Our soul winning passage from the Word of God today is Acts 4:20 which reads: "For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard."

Our soul winning quote today is from David Wheeler. He said: "One of the keys to effective evangelism is creating opportunities for interaction that may lead to gospel conversations....This is especially true in contemporary culture where trust is elusive and busy people tend to isolate themselves from human contact."

Our soul winning devotional is part 93 of our series titled "What Evangelism Is" from "Evangelism Is...: How to Share Jesus with Passion and Confidence" by Dave Earley and David Wheeler. 

In a day when crime is high and trust is low, busy people tend to isolate themselves from contact with others. This can make sharing the gospel challenging. While there are no easy solutions, creative thinking and subsequent approaches can open doors. Here is a collection from David Wheeler of best practices of activities that create witnessing opportunities. 

Creating Opportunities Through Intentional Relationships

1. Community Groups

Community groups are a major outreach tool at Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia. The groups are designed to get unchurched and/or dechurched people in the church buildings for the purpose of meeting their needs and giving the gospel a chance to be heard by these people who need it most. The groups offer numerous types of educational and practical opportunities such as crafts, hunting and fishing, car repair and restoration, preparing tax returns, gourmet cooking, guitar lessons, golf, Moms of Preschoolers, and much more...

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