Episode 65: The Preacher and Personal Evangelism

This week on Preaching and Preachers, Alvin Reid joins me in a discussion on the preacher and the personal evangelism. Alvin holds the Bailey Smith Chair of Evangelism and is senior professor of evangelism and student ministry at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also the pastor to young professionals at Richland Creek Community Church in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Guest(s): Alvin Reid

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Some of the topics discussed on today’s episode are:

  • A brief discussion on Alvin’s new book Sharing Jesus {without freaking out}
  • The trickle-down effect of evangelism from the pastor to his church
  • Why busy pastors must not let evangelism fall to the side
  • Ways a pastor can intentionally engage in evangelism each week
  • Ways a pastor can lead his people in evangelism
  • Why we tend to overcomplicate evangelism
  • How we can stop overcomplicating evangelism
  • The role of prayer in the pastor’s evangelism

 

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