Witnessing TogetherAugust 23, 2020 / John 4:
Jesus us to join Him in making followers of God.
Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.
First, we must be
Second, we must take the
Styles of Witnessing
Style (Peter, Acts 2)
Style (Paul, Acts 17)
Style (The Blind Beggar, John 9)
Style (Matthew- Luke)
Style (Dorcas- Acts 9)
Third, we must be willing to ourselves with others
Five Truths of the Gospel
Seven For Heaven
Questions To Consider
- When did Jesus become more than just a name to you? Who was it that introduced you to Jesus? How did they do it?
- What have you found effective in your personal witnessing to others? What have you learned not to do?
- What do you think is your “style” that best fits you in witnessing? What can you learn from the examples in the Bible?
Confrontational Style (Peter, Acts 2)
Intellectual Style (Paul, Acts 17)
Testimonial Style (The Blind Beggar, John 9)
Interpersonal Style (Matthew- Luke 5)
Service Style (Dorcas- Acts 9)