Ministry and Teaching

 Evangelism - Witnessing

1. 2 Kings 7:3–9. 

Where were the four lepers and what was their ultimate decision? What did they do when they discovered that Israel’s enemies had gone? How can we apply this story to our lives? 

2. Psalm 126:5–6. 
Just as the farmer sows seeds and reaps a harvest, we can sow seeds as well. What is that seed? With what attitude are we to sow the seed of the gospel? How will we return from such a venture? 

3. Proverbs 11:30.
Why is a person wise who wins others to Christ? What is the fruit of the righteous? In what ways is the one who witnesses blessed? 

4. Isaiah 6:8, 11–12. 
What response did Isaiah have to the Lord’s call to witness? How long did God tell Isaiah he should continue his work? Is the call to all God’s people? 

5. Daniel 12:3. 
What is the reward of a faithful witness? What metaphor is used for those who turn others to righteousness? 

6. Matthew 28:18–20.
By what authority do we witness to others? What should we teach? What are some of Christ’s commands that are to be taught and practiced? How are we fulfilling the Great Commission? 

7. Acts 1:8. 
How did the apostles become effective witnesses? Do we have access to the same power today? How can believers become involved in witnessing? 

8. Acts 21:8–9. 
What do you think about Philip’s four daughters and their ministry? What role can women have in ministry today? Describe some events in Philip’s life (Acts 8:4–13; 26–40). 

9. Acts 26:19–23. 
Who heard Paul’s testimony? What was his message? What is our message? In what ways can we share the story of Jesus? How effective is our work? 

10. 2 Timothy 1:1–10. 
How can a person who witnesses be strong? What should he or she teach others? What encourages a believer to proclaim God’s Word (verse 10)?

Andrew Gallimore