Evangelism Bible Study & Small Group Questions

This free evangelism bible study is designed to encourage people to share the gospel. You can use this evangelism bible study in your youth group, church gathering, or as a personal Bible study on evangelism.

Here is How the Evangelism Bible Study Breaks Down:

Week 1: Knowing the Gospel
Romans 3 teaches that all of humanity carries a deadly disease. There is a natural brokenness within you that’s with you from the time you are born. Paul also offers a remedy—righteousness. Just like a medication helps you overcome a disease, the same is true for your sin. You need help outside of yourself. Thus, we must trust in Jesus.
Scripture: Romans 3

Week 2: Sharing the Gospel
What does good evangelism look like? Based on Jesus’ example with the woman at the well, we learn that good evangelism involves meeting people where they are, genuine conversation and pointing people towards God.
Scripture: John 4:1-26

Week 3: Showing the Gospel
Love in action can make all the difference. You don’t always need the perfect words or all the answers. Just start to share your faith by sharing God’s love. By this, they will know you are a follower of Jesus.
Scripture: John 13:34-35

Week 4: Two Steps of Evangelism
Salvation is worth sharing. When you choose to share your faith with someone, you can change their life forever. So how do you share your faith? A good place to start is to share and declare.
Scripture: John 4:39-41

This free evangelism Bible study includes:

— 4 small group discussion guides on evangelism
— 12 graphics to reinforce the messages on social media
— Bonus devotional on the book of Daniel (including social media graphics)


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