Should Evangelism Be "Intentional" or "Unintentional"?

This article considers the question of whether or not evangelism ought to be organized, and shows this to be a false dilemma. There are forms of evangelism that do call for some amount of organization. Yet the author is careful to point out certain dangers, including that these forms can lead to the general membership delegating the personal calling of witnessing to Christ.

The Priesthood of All Believers The understanding of the concept of the Priesthood of All Believers and its impact on evangelism during the sixteenth century Reformation

The priesthood of all believers means that believers are to be living sacrifices to God, dedicating their personalities, talents, and property for service to God. This article shows how this concept was implemented during the Reformation for the evangelism task of the church.