’s monthly Focus- Evangelism


“Evangelism and theology for the most part go separate ways, and the result is great loss for both. When theology is not held on course by the demands of evangelistic communication, it grows abstract and speculative, wayward in method, theoretical in interest and irresponsible in stance. When evangelism is not fertilized, fed and controlled by theology, it becomes a stylized performance seeking its effect through manipulative skills rather than the power of vision and the force of truth. Both theology and evangelism are then, in one important sense, unreal, false to their own God-given nature; for all true theology has an evangelistic thrust, and all true evangelism is theology in action.”
J.I. Packer

Telling People the Truth in Love A Reformed Approach to Evangelism by Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

Puritan Evangelism bby J.I. Packer

Some “Dos and Dont’s” of Evangelism by Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

Reformed Evangelism by Morton Smith

God’s Way: Vision, Compassion and Prayer by Paul Bassett

Law and Gospel, an Important Distinction in Evangelism by Massimo Lorenzini

Hell’s Best Kept Secret…the Law by Ray Comfort (.pdf)

Words to Winners of Souls by Horatius Bonar

Present Day Evangelism by Arthur W. Pink

The Call to Witness by John Calvin

The Art Of Man-Fishing (.pdf) by Thomas Boston

The Soul Winner by Charles Spurgeon

Compel Them to Come In by Charles Spurgeon

Receiving Christ by Michael Horton

But Spiritual Discernment is Wholly Lost Until we are Regenerated by John Calvin

The Call that Brings a Response by Paul Helm

Reformed MP3s on Evangelism by

The Great Commission by Brian M. Schwertley

Holy Ambition: To Preach Where Christ Has Not Been Named by John Piper

What about the Innocent Native who’s never heard about Jesus? by Greg Johnson

The “Very Pernicious and Detestable” Doctrine of Inclusivism by Robert L. Reymond

Gospel-Centered Ministry (.pdf) by Dr. Tim Keller

The Law of Christ as the Fulfillment of the Law of Moses: A Modified Lutheran View (.pdf) by Douglas J. Moo

Human Inability by Charles Spurgeon

Is Jesus Really the Only Way? by John Hendryx

The External and Internal Call by Wilhelmus a Brakel

“… And they sang a new song: “You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because you were slain, and with your blood you purchased men for God from every tribe and language and people and nation. You have made them to be a kingdom and priests to serve our God, and they will reign on the earth.” – Revelation 5:9-10

“Let us arouse ourselves to the sternest fidelity, laboring to win souls as much as if it all depended wholly upon ourselves, while we fall back in faith upon the glorious fact that everything rests with the eternal God. ” – C.H. Spurgeon

Thanks again to the guys at Monergism for providing us all with such a great resource.

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