At a time when the majority of people do not attend church, evangelism is more important than ever. The problem is that churches and individuals often struggle with or even reject the idea, when what they have in mind is a caricature of evangelism or a particular way which may no longer be culturally appropriate. This book aims to reform, re-imagine and renew a theology, vision and practice for evangelism. Its approach is theologically rigorous and powerfully practical, with the focus on redefining a genuine biblical evangelism. What does it mean to be an 'evangelist' now? If it isn't your primary gifting, how can you facilitate it in your church? And how can we connect not just with those on the fringes but with those who are way outside?