In a paper I wrote on Weaving Evangelism into Discipleship, I suggested, for some churches and ministries, evangelism is an awkward appendage, disconnected from daily life. It feels similar to a house with only one room with electricity. On isolated occasions you go to that room, “the electricity room,” whenever you need to access electric current. Far better to wire the entire house for electricity.
Likewise, far better to “wire” our Christian experience so that evangelism is woven into daily life.
Here are three ways to weave evangelism into your daily life: