I was reading a thread on this board about evangelism/baptism and it got me to thinking about the Southern Baptist F.A.I.T.H. program. My church does not use FAITH or any other such program, but I know churches that do. In fact I know of one particularly large church up in Fayetteville, N.C. that requires people go through faith before they can be on a witnessing team. While I don't believe that is a bad thing, I wonder how effective having people memorize a method of evangelism is. After all in Scripture we see the Apostles and Jesus use different styles with different people. I don't see a cookie cutter approach to evangelism being promoted in Scripture. I have the same concern with such programs as Evangelism Explosion. I have to wonder how effective these type programs are. I suppose my main concern is that these programs might push folks through a route that may not end up in salvation. I am not being critical of FAITH, since I know very little about it, but I do worry that such programs promote a legalistic form of easy believism. What do others here think about this?