If you’re ready for something more exhilarating than skydiving, arguably more scary, and infinitely more productive, try preaching the gospel in public.
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In the midst of a godless culture, Paul did what was necessary to reach the masses with the message of everlasting life: he reasoned about Jesus “in the marketplace daily with those who happened to be there” (Acts 17:17) and preached on Mars Hill, on the main route to the Parthenon in Athens. We too are living in the midst of a godless society, and those in the streets desperately need to hear God’s Word. If we are serious about reaching this dying world, let us emulate Jesus and the apostles and preach where sinners gather. In thirty minutes, a good open-air preacher can reach more unsaved people than the average church does in a year.
If you’re ready for something more exhilarating than skydiving, arguably more scary, and infinitely more productive, try preaching the gospel in public. For nearly fifty years Ray Comfort has preached the gospel in the open air and witnessed one-to-one to thousands. During those years he has learned certain biblical principles that make reaching the lost so much easier.
In this publication you will find everything he learned and everything you need to know:
- Who should do it?
- Where should you go?
- How do you get started?
- What do you say?
With this helpful guide, you too can follow in the footsteps of the Saviour and preach the Word on the street. There is no higher calling.
“Jesus did it. Paul did it. Old Testament prophets did it, and you should do it. Thanks to Ray’s new book, you can do it. Ray Comfort is on the Mount Rushmore of Open-Air Preachers. No single individual has had more impact on open-air preaching and evangelism in the last century than Ray Comfort. Why would we not want to learn from a modern-day giant? His hard-earned wisdom will equip you with everything you need to know about sharing the gospel in the open air. When it comes to open-air preaching, no one has more road miles than Ray Comfort. Glean from his wisdom, and hit the streets.” —Todd Friel, host of Wretched TV and Radio