Evangelism

The hope of the gospel is the thread that weaves through every ministry you undertake. Because every story, ultimately, points to the story of Jesus.

The Great Commission

We are commissioned by Jesus to go and share the gospel—and we don’t have to go alone. Having gospel conversations can be an intimidating idea, but we have practical resources to help prepare you and your church to live on mission.

We can help you find tools to train your church members to share their faith and proven insights to help you cast vision and create a culture of evangelism.

I had attempted to share the gospel before, and it was very convoluted and complicated. Questions were asked that I couldn’t answer. It just wasn’t coming out the way that I knew it in my heart.

Then I learned the 3 Circles. I pulled out a napkin and drew the 3 Circles to show my friend the brokenness he was in and the only way that he would be able to recover from that was to repent.
- Brett Elam, Family Church

Who's your one? Imagine if every member of your church could answer that question with the name of a person. How would it change your community? We have tools to help you inspire and equip your congregation to be on mission.

Evangelism with Johnny Hunt is a podcast by the North American Mission Board designed to equip pastors and their churches to share the hope of the gospel.

A seemingly simple conversation can spark life change with eternal consequences. The Best News is a simple tool to help your church learn how to have gospel conversations with friends, family members, neighbors, coworkers and more.

“The 3 Circles: Life Conversation Guide” helps answer common questions and concerns in a simple and memorable way, so you can teach your congregation to naturally and actively share the good news with others.

We are commissioned by Jesus to make disciples and to baptize them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Find helpful resources on baptism for you and your congregation!

Apologetics is an essential part of sharing the gospel. It is important to equip yourself and your church with clear and straight-forward answers to the questions that unbelievers may ask, as well as insights on beliefs and practices of other religious groups.