Isaac Adams, What If I’m Discouraged in My Evangelism? (Wheaton: Crossway, 2020), 57 pp.
Evangelicals, for the most part seem passive when it comes to evangelism. Passive is a kind term. Disobedient would be more accurate. Isaac Adams addresses this important subject in his booklet, What If I’m Discouraged in My Evangelism? A part of Crossway’s Church Question Series, Adams’s work is desperately needed as many Christians have a desire to share their faith, but are discouraged, as the title indicates.
After setting the stage for biblical evangelism the author presents nine important aspects of the hope we enjoy as followers of Christ. Each of the nine points draws readers to the Bible and points them to the gospel. The great strength of Adam’s work is its brevity (as is the case with the other booklets in the Church Questions Series. His gracious tone will invite many to grow in their obedience and confidence and set their feet on a path that leads to faithful evangelism.
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