Articles by David D. Dennis
FOR years I had stifled the urge to do public evangelism with the excuse that denominational administrators and office workers possessed neither the time nor the aptitudes for the rigor of evangelism. Since college days, as a business student, I was moved by the challenges of evangelistic campaigns. . .
An auditor who had often excused himself from personally becoming involved in public evangelism relates how reversing that situation has paid off in his own relationship with God.