For far too long the word ‘evangelism’ has been a dirty word in the life of the Church. We have talked ‘mission’, we have talked ‘service’ and we have talked ‘political action’, but many church leaders have avoided the evangelistic task Jesus commissioned us all to undertake. Statisticians tell us that most churches spend less time talking about it, spend less money on it and expend less energy on it than almost anything else they do. Postmodernism, with its emphasis on connecting with our roots and on ‘being real’ about what we believe, poses many new challenges. But perhaps, above all, it gives us a wonderful opportunity to put evangelism back at the top of the agenda. Without the power of the Holy Spirit, evangelism is impossible; without prayer, evangelism is a waste of time. This is God’s work and it would be presumptuous and futile to imagine we can do it without him. In this special tribute edition, Rob Frost examines the place of evangelism in contemporary society, shares his passion about the urgency of the task and gives clear guidelines for practical ways of communicating the gospel. The book is in three sections: Principles of evangelism; church-based evangelism; and the heart of evangelism. A must-have book for church leaders, youth leaders, and lay people interested in evangelism and mission.