Grace Mally


Will Our Generation Speak? — Study Guide

Pages: 164
Size: 8.5" x 11"
ISBN #: 978-1-940293-01-6
Format: Paperback

Although this study corresponds to the chapters in Will Our Generation Speak?, it was not designed to merely produce discussion about the book, but also to provide a “trail to discovery” of what Scripture teaches about evangelism.    


What ages is this for?

People of all ages will benefit from this study. It is recommended for high school and college groups. It is also suggested as a personal Bible study, family study, or for a homeschool Bible course in evangelism. 

Should this be used with a group?

Although individuals will benefit from using this study guide, its primary purpose is for groups. Often we hear from young people who are excited about witnessing, but they feel alone. Their friends from church do not share their enthusiasm. They easily become discouraged. For us, we found that it helped so much when the Lord provided a team to come witnessing with us. The accountability helped, the prayer helped, the encouragement helped, and doing it together made it easier. In addition, when we have a witnessing outreach on the calendar, it’s harder to back out! In the New Testament, we often see believers sharing the gospel in pairs. Our prayer is that individuals who have a heart for evangelism will lead this study with a group and form a witnessing team.

This study will help you:

  • Examine New Testament passages on evangelism
  • Build your reservoir of gospel sketches, analogies, and illustrations
  • Grasp the power of the cross more deeply to communicate it with greater zeal
  • Glean tips on starting witnessing conversations and transitioning to the gospel
  • Learn biblical answers to common questions unbelievers ask

Table of Contents

  1. Only One Chance to Be Young!
  2. The Little Engine That Couldn’t
  3. Is Your Perspective Upside Down?
  4. Tracts
  5. But I’m Scared!
  6. Full of Grace and Truth
  7. Listen But Lead
  8. Keys to Confidence
  9. Moving the Hand of God
  10. When They Aren’t So Friendly
  11. Joy
  12. Who? Where? How?
  13. Seventeen Ways to Start Conversations
  14. If the Foundations Are Destroyed
  15. How We Know That We Know
  16. Start at Home But Aim for the World
  17. The Esther 4:14 Principle

Here's What People Are Saying

“Expanding on her extremely effective book, Will Our Generation Speak?, Grace Mally manages to not only give deeper insights into the principles of biblical evangelism, but through this new exhaustive study guide and handbook, she continues to present powerful, gripping, and transformative truths. This excellent resource is calculated to greatly inspire and equip all who study its pages.”

–Ray Comfort, Founder, Living Waters, Producer of The Way of the Master Television Series

Will Our Generation Speak?provides much-needed training in evangelism that upholds the authority of the Bible. It teaches Christians to boldly proclaim the gospel and defend biblical truth. I heartily endorse it.”

–Ken Ham, President, Answers in Genesis and Creation Museum

“This study is excellent! I believe this course will equip both new and mature believers with essential tools for evangelism. I pray that it will help our generation speak with greater boldness.”

–Steve Ham, Senior Director of International Ministries, Answers in Genesis 

“This study guide is a wonderful supplement to the book. Grace Mally provides many practical tips and illustrations that are helpful in guiding our conversations about faith.”

–Dr. Jason Lisle, Director of Research, Institute for Creation Research

About the Author

Grace Mally, 26, is grateful for the opportunities the Lord has given her to be involved in youth discipleship ministry. She lives in Marion, Iowa and attends Cedar Rapids Bible Chapel. She and her family have a ministry called Tomorrow’s Forefathers, with the goal of equipping families to be strong in the Lord. In 2002, Grace, along with her older siblings, Sarah and Stephen, coauthored Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends. 

Grace likes to arrange witnessing and outreach events in her community, speaks at Bright Lights and family conferences, and helps to lead the Bright Lights discipleship ministry, which was founded by her older sister, Sarah. As of 2012, about 500 Bright Lights groups have started around the country and internationally. These groups of young ladies are usually led by an older girl (or mother) who has the desire to invest in the lives of younger girls in her church or community. The vision of Bright Lights is to encourage girls to be radiant in godliness, holiness, and testimony—to be strong in the Lord in their youth. 

In 2008, the Lord provided a commercial building that has now become the Bright Lights office and a bookstore named Noah’s Archive Christian Books. The Lord has continued to provide staff to work alongside the Mallys as they write new discipleship materials, lead Bright Lights “Strong in the Lord Conferences” and “Radiant Purity Conferences,” and organize various discipleship and evangelism events for their church and community. 

Grace maintains a blog where she records updates on what God is doing in her life and the life of her family at You can also learn more about Bright Lights at