Today in church the pastor reported that over a hundred people got saved on the missions trip. This is great news but then again knowing their approach to evangelism I have to wonder how many of the hundred are true converts and will show a interest after reciting the sinners prayer. Their approach is to approach a person and ask him/her if they want a relationship with Jesus and to then show him/her how to know him from the Bible. Instead of confronting him/her using the 10 commandments and or confronting sin, they start immediately with grace and hardly touch on sin. So does the amount of decisions make someone a great evangelist? No what makes someone a great evangelist is Biblical obedience and using Biblical methods to confront the lost. In other words it is faithfulness to God and trusting in Him. A good evangelist will understand the doctrines of Grace and understand their implication in evangelism. I rely heavily on the doctrines of grace in my evangelism and must understand them to be an effective evangelist. A good evangelist is faithful to preach the word and to make disciples.