The Pros And Cons Of The Roman Road
When church members contact families face-to-face, they are able to immediately make a direct bond between them and the church or organization they represent. Direct interaction with local family and residence create a relationship that no other type of evangelism can mirror, spending physical time and learning about them on a personal level is priceless.
Disadvantages to door-to-door evangelism is breaking through the fears of individuals within the church. Members are more cautious of walking into a person’s home they do not know. When doing door-to-door ministry, manpower can also be an issue. Most effective teams are co-ed and consist of more than two persons. When teams may encounter aggressive and derogatory neighbors that are not open to speaking on a consistent basis, maintaining positive motivation may be difficult.
From these three methods, the most suitable to myself is servant evangelism. This method is best suited for me because of the impact that I can personally make on multiple persons throughout one day. Professionally, I can be an effective witness by simple actions and decisions that I make during the workday. Personally, being a father of four children little eyes are watching every move that is made. The servant hood that is given to my wife, kids and others are being evaluated for more than just spoken