evangelism

[ UK /ɪvˈænd‍ʒɪlˌɪzəm/ ]
[ US /iˈvændʒəˌɫɪzəm, ɪˈvændʒəˌɫɪzəm/ ]
NOUN
  1. zealous preaching and advocacy of the gospel
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How To Use evangelism In A Sentence

  • If it seems implausible to some, no matter: implausibility can never be accepted as a bar to evangelism even if it constitutes a barrier to faith.
  • The above passage has a great deal to say about evangelism and missionary work.
  • Firstly, revival cannot be separated from evangelism, and in fact the giving of the Holy Spirit has everything to do with evangelism and witness.
  • He has been involved in mission and evangelism for over 20 years, including five years in South Africa planting a multicultural congregation.
  • But advocates hope his evangelism for the initiatives will help them increase support from mainstream institutions.
  • The art and nature of personal evangelism were considered, showing it to be a Christian duty.
  • Grady predicts the movement will look much different in a few years as it refocuses on evangelism and overcoming what he calls the distraction of: Planet Atheism
  • He views this as a lay ministry of evangelism as Christian and Turks intermingle within the conflicts of war.
  • During these years, many Protestants embraced a pessimistic premillennialism that predicted societal decline, undercut efforts at social reform, and emphasized individual evangelism, spirituality, and otherworldliness.
  • Today we can find churches known for strong teaching or dynamic worship or social justice or evangelism. Christianity Today
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