Innovative Evangelism, Part 2: An Opportunity to be Creative
Church and community, Evangelistuic work, Witness bearing, Interpersonal relations
"Most evangelistic ventures that have lasting results take time—months and maybe even years before you see the fruits of your investment. This is consistent with any type of relationship—they take time and effort to mature. “Relationships are like bank accounts: They don’t just happen.” All evangelism takes intentionality and should be done out of love for God and humanity and a desire to connect the two. The lack of an immediate result is not a sign of failure because evangelism is not about us—but about God. "
Ministry: International Journal for Pastors
Kidder, S. Joseph and Hodson, Kristy L., "Innovative Evangelism, Part 2: An Opportunity to be Creative" (2018). Faculty Publications. 811.