How do we measure evangelism success? Do we count the number of people who repeat a sinner’s prayer? Or do we measure the number of people who get baptized? No, many people have professed faith in Christ or gotten baptized but they do not lead transformed lives.
Unless a person understands their sinfulness before a Holy God and truly sees the need for the Savior, they will not change their life.
How To Measure Evangelism Success
So how do we measure evangelism success? We guide them through the 10 commandments so they are convicted of their sinfulness. If God is working in them (and us) they may see the need to trust in the Savior.
The measure of success in one-to-one evangelism is determined by answering the following questions:
1. Did the person see the need for the Savior?
2. If so, did the Gospel of Christ get shared?
3. Was the gospel shared respectfully?
When you do these three things, God may be glorified.
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