Nurturing Spirituality, Part 14: A Biblical Philosophy of Evangelism II

This entry is part 14 of 16 in the series Nurturing Spirituality

Evangelism is a process. The Bible shows us this through the use of agricultural imagery. There are at least four stages to evangelism: (1) Preparing the soil, (2) Sowing the seed, (3) Cultivating the soil, and (4) Reaping the harvest. It is important to remember that ultimately the results belong to God. We are simply called to be faithful to the process. In the end, God is the one who gives  the growth.

This is the 14th part of Ken’s “Nurturing Spirituality” study, based on content in chapter 32 of his book Conformed to His Image.


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