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Recovering the Primacy of Personal Evangelism for the SBC
On any given weekend, more than five million Southern Baptists gather to worship around the country. Can you imagine the impact if every one of them asked God each day to let him or her lead one person to Christ next year?
Southern Baptist evangelists who are concerned about the evangelism and baptism trends they see in the SBC want to partner with pastors and local churches in efforts to reach the lost.
Each year during spring break, Southwestern Seminary deploys preachers across the country to preach revivals in local churches and impact their surrounding communities with the Gospel.
It has been said that if you scratch a Southern Baptist, he or she will bleed missions and evangelism. We love to study and apply sound doctrine. We love meaningful, biblical fellowship with other believers.
Revival services are no longer common. Baptisms are declining. Full-time evangelists are rarely invited to speak in Southern Baptist churches. Those concerns were the topic of conversation among a group of fifteen evangelists in Jackson, Tennessee.
The Gospel Conversation Challenge provides churches, associations, and state conventions with an opportunity to pledge their commitment to having Gospel conversations with the lost.
Union University has planned a series of events to celebrate the momentous day that launched the Protestant Reformation.
Presenting the Gospel and ministering to displaced persons, immigrants, and other downtrodden peoples, both internationally and in the United States, has been a significant piece of this evangelistic passion in the seven decades since World War II.
In 2013, more than 110,000 people made commitments to Christ through My Hope with Billy Graham.
I have been captivated by Jesus’ parable of the sower and the soils since my youth.