Timothy K. Beougher
Billy Graham Professor of Evangelism and Church Growth

Timothy Beougher is the Billy Graham Professor of Evangelism and Church Growth in the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Ministry where he also serves as associate dean.

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The Greatest Thing in the World

Keep the Main Thing in View: New Book Helps Us Share the Gospel with Compassion and Conviction

Every solid book on evangelism is a welcomed addition to the table, but Invitation is particularly helpful because it provides both theory and practice.

Author Interviews – Timothy Beougher “Invitation to Evangelism”

A conversation with Timothy Beougher about his new book, “Invitation To Evangelism: Sharing The Gospel With Conviction And Compassion”

Acts 4:1-12

9 truths you need for better evangelism

Depend on the Holy Spirit to empower you and to convict the lost person. Remember your role and God’s role.

Effective Witnessing

Church Revitalization begins with Personal Revitalization

And as we identify critical issues we must apply biblical wisdom to address them. But, before we begin with the corporate we should begin with ourselves – with our own hearts.

7 things every Christian can learn from Billy Graham

Professor Timothy K. Beougher explains what every pastor should learn from the life of Billy Graham.

10 ways to foster personal evangelism in the local church

A how-to for pastors and church leaders

7 things every Christian can learn from Billy Graham

These observations are not about the vast numerical impact of his evangelistic ministry (such as preaching to over 200 million people), but about his on-going legacy from which we can draw inspiration in our own lives and ministries today.

Are gospel tracts effective?

Gospel booklets are one of the many tools we can use for evangelism.

How do I overcome my fear of evangelism?

Fear forces us to depend on the Lord, and in that case, fear can be a very helpful thing.

What is the best way to share the gospel with strangers?

Is every Christian called to evangelize?

As leaders, let us challenge other believers not only with our exhortations but also with our example.

Ask a professor: Am I called to plant or revitalize?

Editors’ note: This article begins an occasional series called “Ask a Professor” in which a member of the SBTS faculty will answer practical or theological questions related to preparing for ministry in the local church. If you have a question you’d like to see answered in this series, e-mail our blog editor at jrobinson@sbts.edu. ___________________________…