Mark O. Wilson had some great heart-stirring thoughts on evangelism in his book Purple Fish (you can read my full book review by clicking here). He also did a great job incorporating thoughts from others in his book. Here are some of the quotes he cited in Purple Fish.
“Christians and non-Christians have something in common: we are both uptight about evangelism.” ―Becky Pippert
“Define yourself radically as one beloved by God. This is the true self. Every other identity is illusion.” ―Brennan Manning
“If you change how you see people, the people you see will change.” ―Rick Warren
“God wants us to have an encounter, so that we become an encounter, so that others can have an encounter.” ―Kevin Dedmon
“Prayer is the supreme way to be workers together with God.” ―Wesley Duewel
“Prayer evangelism is talking to God about our neighbors before we talk to our neighbors about God.” ―Ed Silvoso
“Nothing has done greater damage to our Christian testimony than our trying to be right and demanding right of others.” ―Watchmen Nee
“There is no point trying to size people up because souls defined measuring.” ―Ann Vovkamp
“Like it or not, you represent the entirety of Christianity to that person in that moment; that’s a lot of responsibility.” ―Christian Piatt
“If your weakness troubles you, cast yourselves on God. And trust in Him. The apostles were mostly unlearned fisherman, but God gave them learning enough for the work they had to do. Trust in Him, depend on His providence; fear nothing.” ―Francis de Sales
“You don’t fail when you invite people to repent and follow Christ and no one response. You fail when you don’t invite people to repent and follow Christ.” ―Craig Groeschel
“I define evangelism as ‘nudge’ and evangelists as ‘nudgers.’ Evangelism is awakening each other to the God who is already there. Evangelism is nudging people to pay attention to the mission of God in their lives into the necessity of responding to that initiative in ways that birth new realities.” ―Leonard Sweet
I also shared some quotes from Mark Wilson in a previous post, which you can read by clicking here.