Sharing the Gospel can sometimes be tricky, that’s why we developed a method to easily share the full Gospel message. We’ve also found it intimidating approaching strangers, so we created a handful of non-confrontational resources for New Zealand evangelism.
How We Do Evangelism
Sharing the Gospel
We let people use our resources and have the freedom to personalise it themselves (personalised presentations do not necessarily reflect the views of Outreach2day). This keeps the Gospel message on track and allows you to remember all the key points when sharing the Good News.
All our evangelism is done using our resources that act as a pictorial guideline while your share the Gospel. Our resources have all been designed using our Gospel Outline, which keeps you on track and on point. Our Gospdel Resources are available for purchase in New Zealand through our Online Store. Our resources are created and produced locally in New Zealand for people to use on Outreaches.
Our shop stocks a range of evangelism resources developed and produced by Outreach2day in New Zealand such as: Outreach Training Handbooks, Flipcharts, Minibooks, and Gospel Leaflets. Accessories include Flipchart Stands and Flipchart Bags. When shopping please choose carefully, as we are unable to offer refunds or exchange items. If goods are faulty we will happily honour our obligations under the New Zealand Consumer Guarantees act.
The blueprint and foundation of all our resources are based around our Basic Gospel Outline.
Training Individual Christians/Groups/Churches
We train others to share the Gospel in real life. Where this is not possible then Online Training is available. Training is free of charge.
A team of Regional Coordinators organise over 100 outreaches each year at major events, markets and festivals in cities and towns throughout New Zealand.
Outreach2day and Discipling
Outreach2day does not believe in “hit and run” evangelism. We are dedicated to the lost being saved and connected to the body of Christ. We actively encourage new converts to become connected to the local church or otherwise independently discipled by the person who led them to Christ.
Gain confidence in sharing the gospel by using a Basic Gospel Outline.
We should not ask, “What is wrong with the world?” for that diagnosis has already been given. Rather, we should ask, “What has happened to the salt and light?”
-John R. W. Stott