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How to Spread the Gospel: 21 Ways Teens Can Evangelize

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At Dare 2 Share, we call The Great Commission “The Cause.” We renamed it because Christian teenagers seem to have no idea what the biblical term means. Because teenagers are into causes, it seemed fitting to rename The Great Commission. The Cause makes telling others about Jesus more relevant for this generation. For teens, ideas for how to spread the Gospel are boundless!

Here are a bunch of evangelism ideas for teens and their families. Challenge the kids in your youth group to try one of these suggestions every week!

21 Teen-Focused Ideas for How to Spread the Gospel

1. Take someone to church with you. Go to lunch afterward and ask how they felt about the sermon. Then dive in!

2. Write someone a letter that gently segues to the Gospel. Ask them what they thought about the letter later.

3. Invite neighbors to your home Bible study. Then love them into the kingdom.

4. Give someone a Life in 6 Words book. Be sure to follow up with a conversation.

5. Give someone a Life Book. Again, remember to follow up with a conversation.

6. Initiate a conversation with people you sit next to on the bus, plane, etc.

7. When you pray before a meal in a restaurant, ask a waiter how you can pray for them. Also tip big and leave a Gospel tract.

8. Forward the Life in 6 Words video to a friend. Afterward, follow up by asking, “What did you think of the video?”

9. Get to know a barista. Ask how you can pray for them. When they have time to chat, tie in the Gospel message.

10. Go to a park. Engage other people in conversation and tie in where you attend church or youth group.

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Hi, I'm Greg Stier, CEO and Founder of Dare 2 Share Ministries. On this blog I share personal experiences about life, ministry, and how we are mobilizing teenagers across America to share their faith. I would love to connect with you. Follow me on TwitterFacebook or join a move of God at Dare 2 Share.