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Synonyms for evangelize

preach to

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  • preach to
  • exhort
  • proselytize
  • spread the gospel to
  • share the gospel with
  • tell the gospel to
  • offer the gospel to

Synonyms for evangelize

to deliver a sermon, especially as a vocation

Synonyms for evangelize

preach the gospel (to)

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convert to Christianity

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No longer as evangelizers, but as heirs and participants of an ancestral tradition of African origins.
Many tribes and cultures in Nigeria have not always had a positive memory relating to their encounters with Islamic evangelizers.
Parish as Evangelizer Morning Praise Presider: Archbishop Adam Maida Keynote Speaker: Rev.
Hamm--who declined to be interviewed for this story-is a man on a mission, one of the most outspoken evangelizers of a push to extract as much domestic oil as quickly as possible.
I reach out to our groups and ministries and organizations and invite them to be evangelizers within the parish.
Waliggo, Christian evangelizers convinced themselves that the Baganda had been "civilized," that is, completely won over to Christianity.
As Tomko records the details of his visits to various countries, he provides a delightful potpourri of history, geography, statistics, and information on early evangelizers, current personnel, and missionary challenges facing the local churches.
This chapter focuses on missionaries' fixation on "idolatry," with much appropriate attention to its roots in anti-Catholic rhetoric and state-enforced discrimination in Britain, and to the backgrounds of two of the most dedicated evangelizers and influential denigrators of Indian religious and social practices, the Baptist William Ward and the Anglican Claudius Buchanan.
To Contribute All the Means in Their Power for the Glory of God and the Religious Education of Girls of Their Race': The Oblate Sisters of Providence as Evangelizers, 1828-1860," Diane Batts Morrow, University of Georgia
By interrogating the activities of Catholic missionaries in the West from the perspective both of the evangelizers and those they sought to convert, recent scholarship has challenged many traditional assumptions and in the process has also given rise to significant interpretive debate.
RepNation is already the leading word-of-mouth network for Millennials--and the investment will take the successful network of over 100,000 brand evangelizers to new heights.
In this chapter, the word "communal" can, with some modifications, be alternatively rendered as "community," "common," "together," "as church," "as Christians," "as evangelizers," and "as one human family.
John Paul II said our OFWs are today's evangelizers because we fill the churches, restore faith to families, and teach children catechism.