What Does Evangelism For Children Look Like To You?

Easter weekend is what I refer to as the "Christian Super Bowl". There are just two times during the year that unsaved people are more likely to visit a church, Christmas and Easter. To celebrate Easter, most churches will host some kind of egg hunt that is focused on sharing the gospel with children while centered around a fun activity.

During this past Easter weekend, Mark Dever tweeted:

In this episode, Aaron and I discuss this tweet and how the gospel produces fruit in regards to children. Research has shown that evangelism is most effective among kids and there is plenty to discuss on this topic. Do you agree with Mark Dever's tweet? What is your view on child evangelism? We would love to hear from you on this topic.

Below are the links I referenced during the episode:

Mark Dever Sermon

Barna Study

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