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It focuses on the 4/14 Window which centers on evangelizing children between the ages of 4 and 14 years old.
One of the most famous examples of creative evangelism is George Handel's oratio, "Messiah", written in 1741.
Often these impromptu gathering drew as many hecklers as supporters." Open-air preachers throughout history have often noted that preaching to large crowds often causes preachers to be abused in certain ways, typically by having objects thrown at them such as rotting vegetables or unsanitary liquids of many varieties.
Charles Spurgeon recommends several things for open-air preachers, such as never trying to speak into the wind, trying to speak away from the wind so one's voice will carry farther, (sometimes up to half a mile by Spurgeon's account) keeping sermons concise instead of overly verbose and complicated, use illustrations and anecdotes to keep the crowd interested, and to not speak at the very top of your voice so you don't wear yourself out too quickly.
Many churches regularly have a gospel message preached in a sermon.
Often, this will include an altar call where people are invited to come forward and "accept Christ".
It is typically a short presentation of the Gospel lasting only a few pages, and is typically printed on small pieces of paper.
Estimated numbers of tracts distributed in the year 2000 amount to around 5 billion.
The child evangelism movement is a Christian evangelism movement that was begun in the 20th century.
To this day field preaching is a cross to me, but I know my commission and see no other way of preaching the gospel to every creature." Wesley's contemporary, Anglican preacher George Whitefield stated: "I believe I never was more acceptable to my Master than when I was standing to teach those hearers in the open fields ...