What’s Your “Go To” Way to Share the Gospel?

In this week’s episode of the Ask Me Anything Podcast, Pastor J.D. answers a question from a listener named Barbara. She asks what passages and method he uses when he shares the gospel with people.

Show Notes:

    • There’s not a set way to share the gospel, and there’s certainly no “magic bullet” formula that’ll work every time. I wish there was! However, there are several helpful tools you can use to help you share the gospel.
      • You don’t have to know how to answer every single question to be able to share with someone. But it does help to have somewhat of a “plan” if you’re not used to doing it.
    • Here are some tools that I find helpful:
      • Romans Road
      • Taste & See (a resource from The Summit Church)
      • The FISH method:
        • (Build) Friendships
        • Initiate spiritual conversations
        • Share the gospel: Romans 6:23
        • Help them believe
    • Again, none of this offers some kind of secret formula that’ll automatically make someone get saved. But all of these help you package the gospel clearly, and it can be helpful to know what you’re going to say before you say it.
    • And the golden rule of evangelism: Don’t be weird. Just be yourself. Talk about what God has done in your life.

Here is a link to The Summit Church’s Taste & See document, a resource he mentioned in the podcast.

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