E-Kit Resources: Learn How to Share Your Faith
In the E-Kit Video Seminar we stress that the unique attribute that churches provide our military men and women is faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. There are many ways to serve and many organizations are doing a great job helping our veterans and active duty personnel. But we need to keep our eyes on what we can offer that secular services cannot… Faith in Christ. If you are unsure about how to share your faith with others, here are good resources for you to use.
“The Adventure of Evangelism” – The most important thing we can do for others is tell them about our most important experience.
“You Can Change Your World.” – Talk about Christ everywhere you go.
Looking for an easy way to share the gospel with those around you? The perfect complement to your favorite Bible app, God Tools puts some of the most effective and widely used evangelistic tools of all time on your smartphone! Included in the app are four booklets created by Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ), one of the largest Christian missions organizations in the world.
Bringing the Gospel Home
Randy Newman of Faculty Commons describes how to use questions and dialogue to share the gospel.
How to talk to your family about Jesus.
Every Christian has a redemption story. Ben Rivera gives some advice on how to communicate yours.
Your Personal Testimony.
Cru Train and Grow
CoJourners Approach to Evangelism
CoJourners is not an evangelism strategy. It is an equipping paradigm, which provides a way of thinking about and teaching conversational evangelism. This equipping paradigm consists of learning the four roles we play in relating to others in their spiritual journeys: The Explorer, The Guide, The Builder, and The Mentor.
Learn to be a CoJourner