Tabletalk: What encouragement can you give to Christians who find evangelism difficult?
Tim Keesee: A number of years ago, I was challenged and convicted by the words of a friend—and am reminded often of what he said to me. His name is Tahir, and he is a converted Muslim. He has been very effective in leading many out of that prison house and into the light of Christ. My brother once said to me, "The world is more willing to receive the gospel than Christians are willing to give the gospel." Evangelism is not having the answers for every objection. Nor is it dependent on our debating skills. We are the willing messengers, but the winning, saving work is God’s part.