Evangelism in Acts 16 is the fifteenth episode in our series looking at the evangelistic encounters found in the Book of Acts. In this episode, Matt and Tricia Scribner discuss the evangelism in Acts 16 which covers a range of several fascinating events. The chapter starts with Paul, Silas, and Timothy setting out on a missionary journey. Paul receives a vision to go to the Macedonian church and they set out. In Philippi they experience the conversion of Lydia and, after being arrested, the conversion of the Philippian jailer.

The evangelism in Acts 16 is a good example of how God uses the faithfulness of His disciples to bring the Gospel to others, even through suffering! When we developed our training approach for Engage 360, we did not focus on what verses can be used to explain the Gospel. Instead, we looked to the Bible and asked the question, “What did they actually do?” Below is the summary of their approach.

  • G: Gauge your audience
  • O: Offer common ground
  • S: Shift to Christianity and the Gospel
  • P: Provide evidence
  • E: Explain the Gospel
  • L: Leave with a clear next step

After listening to our podcast on Evangelism in Acts 16, if you would be interested in our team coming to your church or group to provide more training on biblical evangelism and how to apply it today, please fill out our contact form.

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