This book has several advantages and several disadvantages. It's very short and can be read in a matter of a few hours, which certainly gives it appeal to someone who is busy. It does a good job of examining biblical examples of witnessing and evangelism, mostly from the gospels and from acts, and drawing lessons from them. The guide for group discussion at the end of the book could also be quite valuable. However, the Eberyday Evangelist is not very in-depth and leaves the reader witshing there more was discussed. The only means for sharing the gospel it gives is the use of personal testimony, which certainly is a good way to do so, but not the only one.