3 Lies About Student Evangelism

ChurchLeaders | 8/21/2019 | Staff
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One of the most exciting parts of being a youth leader who lives out a Gospel Advancing Ministry is student evangelism when students put their faith in Christ for the first time. They are excited and refreshed by the Spirit of God who has washed them of their sin and marked them as a child of God for all eternity.

New believers are always enthusiastic about their newfound faith and are ready to evangelize with anyone that comes across their path. But sometimes this fire is squelched by student evangelism lies that say they are too young, inexperienced and do not know enough about their faith. But if we want to be leaders who model gospel advancement, then we need to equip and encourage all of our students—no matter how young—to take up THE Cause.

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Here are three lies about student evangelism that youth leaders and students should never believe.

Student Evangelism Myth #1. My students are too busy to make disciples.

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“Sports…clubs…homework…youth group…hangouts…work… My students are too busy to make disciples.” How many times have you heard a parent say this? So often a parent will look at their teenager’s schedule and give them a pass on fulfilling THE Cause. This can be hard to navigate as you don’t want to discredit their teenager’s full schedule, but you also don’t want to see them put their efforts to share the gospel and engage in Christian community on the back burner. You need to carefully help them (and their parents) see the priority of living a gospel-centered life, which means living and worshiping God in everything that you do (check out our Youth Group 2 Go lesson that addresses this topic here).

Help your students and their parents understand that living on mission means using whatever resources, skills and talents God has given you to...
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