The Gospel is effective 100% of the time. Either in hardening the heart of the hearer, or softening it. That’s why believers must present the gospel Explicitly; leaving no room for confusion or doubt of what the gospel message is. Sadly, many Christians either do not know how to communicate the gospel or they aren’t even really sure what it is.
The Need For Explicit Evangelism
The Apostle Paul knew the message. He lived it, dreamt it, ate it, breathed it, and loved the gospel. Christians today should be just as devoted as Paul was to sharing the hope of salvation with anyone and everyone.
Explicit Evangelism desperately desires to see the Gospel be of first importance in the lives of believers. We are holding Evangelism Training Days at local churches and we are equipping and encouraging believers to share the gospel effectively.
Jesus said, “Go into all the world and proclaim the Gospel.” – Mark 16:15
Christians immediately become witnesses the second they are saved. – Acts 1:8
The Gospel is “of first importance.” - 1 Corinthians 15:3-4
Our lives our worth nothing if we do not share the Gospel. – Acts 20:24
Evangelism is a necessary part of the believer’s everyday life. – 1 Corinthians 9:16
The Gospel is the power of God unto salvation for everyone who believes. – Romans 1:16
You do not need a doctorate, masters of divinity, or be able to speak Greek in order to share the gospel effectively. – Acts 4:13
Explicit Evangelism is made up of ordinary people with an extraordinary passion to train believers to the share the good news. Don’t wait.
Find the next Training Day Event and make it a point to come, get equipped, be encouraged, and go share the gospel effectively.
“There is no greater honour than to be the instrument in God’s hands of leading one person out of the kingdom of Satan into the glorious light of Heaven.” -Dwight L. Moody