But, I didn’t evangelize that day. Not in the traditional sense.
You see, I have two brothers in Christ that invited me to go to a park and share the gospel with them. They had been meeting there every week and going over a book on evangelizing, and after an hour of that they put what they learned to practice, right there on the spot.
THESE BROTHERS WERE LIVING OUT MATTHEW 28:19-20
"Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”
I’m not usually shy or bashful, but I was intimidated because I didn’t feel I knew enough to share the Gospel well. (There’s a couple things you can do about this, more on this later.)
Their advice was to come and watch for a few weeks. I was unsure about it, but I thought I ought to so that week I did. I was apprehensive and didn’t know what to expect, but I prayed and trusted God would help me on every step I took for Him.
The park we went to was really unique as it is very large with an asphalt path that goes around the perimeter of the park, as well as another path that goes through the middle of the park.
Lots of people use the park to exercise, walk or run the perimeter. Within this large park, there are smaller ‘sub-parks’, a dog park, playground, a small water park, exercise area, and a very well-constructed concrete skate park. It’s one of the best in the metro area, people come from all over to skate there.