Door-to-door evangelism initiative offers opportunity to take ‘the gospel to everyone’


Terry Long said it seems some people believe door-to-door evangelism only worked in the past. And he can see why they might think that — in a lot of ways, times are different.

But one thing is still the same.

“When they know you’re sincere and you’re there because you love them, by and large people will receive that,” said Long, director of missions for Choctaw Baptist Association. “I’ve gone door to door here, and people welcome me with open arms. The gospel is powerful and offers hope and life and salvation. This idea still works.”

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