Free Bible Study

Preparing to Proclaim

An Introduction to Evangelism

We all know what we should be doing when it comes to telling others about Jesus.

But taking action ⁠— from finding the time to knowing how to start the conversation ⁠— can be a hard and intimidating obstacle to overcome.

A Free Bible Study on Evangelism

Preparing to Proclaim explores some of the myths and mistruths we tend to believe about evangelism, common obstacles we face and mindset shifts we can make to drive out fear and replace it with God's love, power and self-discipline.

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Bible Study Overview

Lesson 1

Preparing to Proclaim

Examines some of the obstacles that get in the way of evangelism and the three warnings Jesus gave his disciples as he prepared them to be his witnesses.

Lesson 2

Trusting God's Promises

Discover God's amazing promises to believers who proclaim His Good News to the world.

Lesson 3

What do I say?

Learn the real challenge in evangelism and how you're already equipped to proclaim the Gospel!

Lesson 4

Defining Success

Understand how success is defined in evangelism and how to process disappointment.

"I find this to be a great Bible study. The reminder to trust in God’s promises really hits home with me. His Word is powerful and active 'like a double edged sword' and I am encouraged once again."

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Our Free Bible Study Includes:

Student Study Guide

Leader's Guide

Introductory Videos for Each Lesson

Interactive Survey Questions & Polls

Automated Progress Tracking

Turn obstacles into opportunities.

People are searching for hope, security, and peace. Opportunities are abounding for people to hear the Good News. Be Prepared to Proclaim the gospel in your everyday experiences. Register today!

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