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  1. William Leonhart April 11, 2014 at 7:24 am

    9. Does it have an eye toward church membership recognizing that at least two of the three commands given in the Great Commission can only be carried out within a local church context and further that, while no one is saved by the church, no one is saved (ultimately) apart from the church.

    Good stuff, Dr. Queen.

  2. In evaluating my own personal evangelism habits, I wonder:

    1. In two minutes or less, can I tell a non-believer how Christ changed my life?

    2. Do I ask people to come to church because I’m afraid to or uncomfortable in asking them to come to Christ?

    3. Do I eagerly jump at the opportunity to say a word for God in conversations, or do I shy away for fear of being politically incorrect?

    4. Do I talk about your faith as an everyday reality and necessity regardless of who’s in the audience?

    Thanks for sharing.
    Chris Walker
    http:/www.EvangelismCoach.org

  1. Bits & Pieces (3/28/13) | nawinter.com - March 28, 2013

    […] 8 Questions to Assess Your Evangelism – “What questions might a believer ask himself in order to assess his evangelistic practices? In “Tell It Often-Tell It Well,” Mark McCloskey offers three essential questions every believer should ask himself/herself in order to assess his/her evangelism and its methods biblically. In addition to McCloskey’s three questions (which are enumerated first in the list below), I suggest five additional questions. A believer’s response to each of these questions assists him in discerning 1) whether or not someone else’s critique of his evangelism proves warranted, and 2) what aspects of his evangelism fall short of the biblical ideal and need adjusting.” (H/T) […]