by Matt Queen
Create a culture of everyday evangelism in your church.
What if every member of your church made evangelism a regular practice in his or her daily routine? Imagine the impact this would have on your church and community. Sadly, though, what should be a natural part of the Christian life is often neglected or passed off to “the experts.” In “Everyday Evangelism,” evangelism professor Matt Queen debunks the myths of personal evangelism, providing encouragement, insight, and practical steps for creating a culture of everyday evangelism in your church.
“Motivating and mobilizing your church in everyday evangelism can be a daunting endeavor. Nevertheless, you have decided to read this book because you are up to the task!” – Matt Queen
About the Author
Dr. Matt Queen serves as the L.R. Scarborough Chair of Evangelism (“Chair of Fire”), associate professor of evangelism, and associate dean for doctoral programs at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He writes for TheologicalMatters.com and is co-editor of “A Passion for the Great Commission.”
Queen evangelizes with students weekly through Going the Second Mile, an initiative to evangelize every household within a two-mile radius of Southwestern Seminary’s campus. His previous church ministry includes serving as senior pastor, associate pastor for evangelism and discipleship, and minister of students and music. He regularly leads “Everyday Evangelism” workshops and preaches revivals in churches across the country.