The Experience Biblical Evangelism Workbook is an important tool for those who wish to share the gospel message with others. It provides practical guidance on how to approach people, how to present your message clearly, and how to answer common questions about the Christian faith.
It’s a must-read book, which has been written to dispel the common myths and misconceptions about witnessing. This workbook further highlights the importance of living a life consistent with the message that is preached, emphasizing that personal testimony is one of the most effective forms of evangelism. Additionally, it offers suggestions for how to start conversations about faith in different contexts, such as at work, school, or home.
Another important section of this volume is the one that deals with the importance of discipleship, that is, accompanying people who decide to follow Jesus. Discipleship is seen as a fundamental stage for spiritual growth and maturity in faith.
Finally, the manual addresses the importance of prayer in evangelism and encourages readers to dedicate themselves to prayer for those who do not yet know Christ. In summary, the “Experience Biblical Evangelism Workbook” is a valuable tool for all Christians who want to be effective in sharing the gospel message with others. An answer key is also provided at the back of the workbook.
MARGARET ADJOGA-OTU has served the Body of Christ as a minister, evangelist, and philanthropist for over 20 years. Her passion is to point others to Christ by edifying the saints, reconciling the sinner, and glorifying God! Education is another passion for Minister Margaret. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English /Writing from Bloomfield College, as well as a Master’s Degree in School Library Media Specialization/ Education Technology from New Jersey City University. She feels very blessed to have served in the capacity as an award-winning School Librarian/educator to children and families for two decades. Margaret Adjoga-Otu is a chosen vessel, who has faithfully ministered the gospel throughout the East Coast, Hawaii, Ghana, and Mozambique.