The Wesleyan Way of Sharing Faith
Because of the more aggressive and confrontational tactics we hear about, evangelism has developed a bad connotation. Doors are shut hurriedly, phone calls end abruptly, and e-mails left unanswered.
After all, isn't this a task better handled by the pastor?
Perhaps it's time to reexamine John Wesley's model of evangelism as a full, natural circle—where it's a communal beginning point rather than a solitary end.
The central motive of authentic evangelism is: Having received a message that's ma...