So, I think your critique accomplished nothing but plugging some other guys book. These simple comments and questions get the person to repeat what exactly has taken place in their heart and let them know that the believer who has just led them to the Lord cares now about their growth and discipleship in Him. This book is so good. It is incumbent upon Christians to share their faith with others. He does an excellent job of putting the burden of conversion on the Holy Spirit, not the evangelist and his simple answers to common questions are very helpful.
Fay clearly outlines the six most common fears that keep people from moving forward. The book is better than a 3. This app includes 36 responses with scriptures to help answer the most common objections a nonbeliever may have about the miraculous power of God to change and save lives through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The author has lists and a type of troubleshooting for various situations. Although there is nothing new in this material, the presentation is unique, easy to use and easy to understand both for the aspiring Christian soul winner and the non-Christian reader.
Do you have any kind of spiritual beliefs? Facing the threat of jail time, Fay turned t In recent years, the Share Jesus without Fear book and its growing family of ancillary products have sparked a faith-sharing movement that continues to gain momentum. He travels frequently around the globe sharing the Share Jesus Without Fear message and resides with his family in Ft. But he even states that you should do that. Facing the threat of jail time, Fay turned to Jesus Christ for redemption and ever since has been turning others to Him as well. They are fear of rejection p. .
It began with the jaw-dropping story of William Fay, once a money-driven businessman with Mafia ties who ran a house of prostitution until it was raided by police. By asking these questions Fay states the conversation can be easily steered towards Jesus Christ because these questions allow people to give their opinions freely. I'd encourage you to refer to Romans 10 before you knock down an evangelist. While written to a reader interested in sharing their own personal salvation experience with others, the book is also an easy-read to a non-Christian interested in the subject. We have already said that God does not give us a spirit of fear so we know that this fear comes directly from Satan. Today I want us to look at a specific fear that every believer, every Christian has experienced at one time or another and that is the fear of sharing our faith with another person. I really enjoyed the book and found it helpful in teaching other methods of evangelism than I have done.
There are pieces of the puzzle that I believe Fray is missing, like servant evangelism, but his method is very good. Other times, we may see the fruit of those five, six, or seven times that the gospel has been shared with someone and see the fruit of someone finally placing their lives in the hands of Christ. I was touched by Fay's testimony at the end of the book. Sub-questions and comments that keep the conversation on the gospel and prevent the evangelized from jumping down a subject-changing rabbit trail also stand out. He has plenty of charisma and a strong personality, so I could see how he would make an excellent evangelist, but the purpose of this book is to make the rest of the Church strong evangelists. ? Asking questions works because people will share their opinions on most subjects.
There are people in your community, in your schools, in your families that so desperately need to hear the Gospel. In fact, there are very few mentions of instances where Fay or someone using his approach to evangelism was not successful. Jesus warned about people who will describe the wonderful works they did in His name, but He never knew them Matt 7:22-23; Luke 13:26-27. Besides the questions mentioned above, Fay also offers examples of sub-questions and comments that help clarify a point. Remember, success is just sharing your faith alone. Fay presents a starting place, warnings and solutions about potential detours or accidents that may occur and a vision of the end of the journey.
They all receive Christ eventually. This does not come as a surprise given Fay's seminary training. It has been my experience that whenever there is a battleground over a Bible text or Doctrine, ther is something Sat The Adventure of Faith Hebrews 11:1-10 Eph 2:8 …For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Rom 1:17b …The just shall live by faith. My final takeaway is to do a better job in following up with people once they have turned to follow Jesus with their life. Fay's third step in his process is to bring the person being evangelized to a point of making a decision.
We did not begin talking about spiritual matters, but as time progressed, Amanda started to share about her past complicated relationship with the church. In addition to using the five spiritual questions, Fay also talks about the importance of using scripture in talking about the things of the Lord. Much like Fay suggests, my wife and I responded with love and compassion. Chapter six focuses upon bringing the person to a point of decision. After the person reads the verse out loud, Fay then asks what the verse means to the person. The principles used in the book are very convincing for those who take Scripture seriously. First, the authors seek to encourage Christians by painting a realistic picture of evangelism—a picture that makes a lifestyle of evangelism reachable.
The words deity, salvation, faith and Holy Spirit are used many times with no real definition of their meaning. The lost person will talk. I don't want to be nosy and get into anyone elses' business, but I have to put my own issues aside and realize that isn't that exactly what the Devil would love me to do? Fay, now a staff evangelist for Riverside Baptist Church, Denver, and a chaplain for Denver-area athletic clubs and police departments, conducts seminars across the country teaching Christians how to share their faith with others without being intimidated. A Year To Build Acts 14:19-23 How many are excited to be in the house of the Lord this evening? Now featuring a fresh new cover design, Share Jesus without Fear relays Fay's passionate, effective instructions on how to share the love of Christ with anyone--without feeling intimidated on either side of the conversation. You have to listen to them. Qualifying can literally only take seconds to accomplish. William Fay, a formerly power obsessed Mafioso who owned and operated a brothel, encountered the redemption and salvation of Jesus Christ while facing prosecution and jail time.