Practical Ministry Skills
Connecting Service and Evangelism
Get you and your staff thinking strategically about service projects that lead that lead to physical and spiritual transformation.
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Overview

Some churches are great at evangelism. They reach out to the unchurched or the ex-Christians and make clear God's love for them using words that touch hearts. Other churches are great at service, and attentively care for the needs of their community. But few churches are good at doing both at once. The gospel of Jesus Christ encompasses God's response to every dimension of human experience and need, and churches need not sacrifice evangelism in favor of service (or vice versa).

This 28-page resource will help you consider ways to serve your community while still preaching the gospel of Christ.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Finding Biblical Balance
A faithful witness includes both service and evangelism.

Gospel-Centered Service
Is the new emphasis on service biblical?

To Change a City
Before we could change our neighbors, we had to change our church.

How Service Leads People to Jesus
Church leaders discuss how service intersects with evangelism.

Serving in Small Towns
Outreach in a small town requires a different approach.

Small Group Projects
Follow these steps to make the most of group service projects.

Partnering with the Community
Churches rediscover their neighborhoods as fertile mission fields.

Avenues of Influence
Christians are not powerless pawns; we're called to be salt and light.


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Topics:Missional, Service, Tentmaking
Filters:Evangelism, Outreach, Pastor, Poor, Unchurched, Volunteer
References:Mark 9:35, Mark 10:45, 1 Peter 4:10-11, Matthew 5:13-16
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ikyo titus

November 06, 2012  12:30pm

great God is using the ministry many people across the world,my ministry is also blessed from some the teaching,due to the understanding that are received from your lesson,is my sincere prayer that God will keep blessing you and open more financial door for you and above all more revelation to impact more life in Jesus name.

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