All Resources on Evangelism
How can Christians use the incredible power of literature to spread the gospel?
How should we pray for and witness to the lost if salvation is the sovereign work of God?
What can we learn about our calling as Christians when it's described as witnessing about light?
John Piper says we should look beyond what is merely not sinful and pursue means that are also wise.
Every army needs a small, swift squadron full of surprises for the enemy.
How are we morally distinct from ordinary society with its prudence, respectability, and good breeding?
John Piper explains how he would argue for the reasonableness of religion.
Six essential truths about the gospel and the Scriptures that teach them.
John Piper introduces a simple, attractive pamphlet that tries to capture the essence of the gospel in six truths.
When God predestines someone's salvation, he usually predestines a human agent too.
John Piper explains why strategy is only secondary when sharing Christ.
Hindrances to forthright witnessing rise mainly from taking our eyes off God.
John Piper suggests ways to share the gospel without promoting false assurances of salvation.
John Piper says to pray for and utilize strategic situations for sharing.
The gospel elicits shaming behavior in those who will not believe it and it gives freedom from shame to those who do.
John Piper talks about the value of showing our concern for others when sharing the gospel.
John Piper shares several options for helping others grasp the truths of Scripture.
John Piper discusses why the internet, radio, and television aren't able to replace the local church.
Jesus gives us more than one reason why it is worth the risk to share the gospel.