As evangelism is social networking it doesn’t take much imagination to recognize the gospel implications and opportunities presented through the social network of Facebook.
Facebook is the ideal and often preferred venue for talking about all things personal—moods, beliefs, ideas, thoughts, experiences. “Too personal” is just not a phrase one associates with Facebook.
In his letter to the Colossians the Apostle Paul encourages the believers to “be wise in the way they act toward” non-Christians, and to “make the most of every opportunity.” Here is how to make the most of the opportunity provided by Facebook.
Facebook ads, profiles, banners, and messages can all be used to thoughtfully convey hope, encouragement, compassion, gospel content and personal testimony.
The EveryStudent.info site will walk you through, step-by-step, everything you need to know to share Christ with all those “friends” in your relational networks. For more information, click here .
Has God always been concerned about extending His love and forgiveness to all nations and peoples of the earth? Both the Old and New Testaments show God’s offer of grace is to everyone — Jew and Gentile alike.
Evangelism is both an art and a science. Jill believes the science has to do with using evangelistic tools and the art is how we relate to people.
When you tell your story, it’s God who is responsible for changing people’s hearts. You are simply called to be ready and to share what God has done in your life.
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