When we personally engage in the evangelism process and see our churches engaged, we will see a harvest in North America. We will need to give effective invitations to follow Christ through personal conversations where lost people are gathered. We must increase the opportunities for people to respond to the gospel. What would happen if churches across North America walked expectantly in a community, a city, a continent that has been prayed for and sown down with the gospel? Can you imagine a field being harvested and left to rot in a barn? Harvest time is when the crop transforms into nutritious meals and becomes seed for the next planting. Likewise, our churches must be prepared to receive new believers, raise them up, and send them out. In many situations, a new church should be started around new groups of believers. Imagine churches consistently baptizing more people, making disciple-makers,seeing a spiritual awakening, and God unleashing a church planting movement across North America.
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