This book provides teens through adults the information needed to lead one-on-oneevangelistic Bible studies.
It provides step by step information including: Bible passages,questions, illustrations, options for increased in-depth study on certain topics, andinstruction on what notes to write down together.
While this book was not designed specifically for use in the classroom, it can be used asa resource to teach this evangelistic approach in your Sunday morning and Wednesdaynight Bible classes or in other group settings. A suggested approach to this isdemonstrated below.
Introduction to Evangelism
The introduction to this book could be used to help prepare these lessons, but additional information would be necessary.)
“Sin and Its Effect on Us”
“The Fulfilment of the Promise”
“Accepting the Gift”
Optional Follow Up
Study “Examples of Salvation in Acts”
For this series, you would need to provide each student with a copy of this book. After the first two weeks of introduction, you would go through each of the lessons in this book as a class. During yourtwo practice sessions at the end of this series, you would have those in the class pair up with someone.In the first of these two sessions, one student would choose a lesson and lead their partner as if they were teaching the material to a non-Christian. In the second session, they would swap roles and theother student would choose a different lesson
to “teach” their partner. This is a great way to
simulate anactual one-on-one Bible study and it will help your students to realize that they ARE CAPABLE of studying the gospel with someone! This is an 11 week plan while most congregations use a 13 weekcurriculum. However, there will most likely be lessons that take more than one week of your Bibleclasses, filling these 2 additional weeks.