While some Christians in past generations may have had the impression that soul winning is identified exclusively with evangelism, Scripture provides us with a much broader view. Rescuing souls is accomplished wherever a soul, a human being, is in danger of death, both physically and spiritually, both temporally and eternally. Rescuing souls involves evangelizing, preaching, teaching, disciple-making, disciplining, rebuking, exhorting, comforting, encouraging, and praying. Rescuing souls even involves rescuing the lives of the unborn from being murdered, helping to care for those who are rescued, and trying to rescue the souls of those who attempt to murder the unborn. Rescuing souls is not only the work of evangelists, apologists, and pastors, it is the work of all Christians. It is the everyday work of dads and moms, grandpas and grandmas, husbands and wives, friends and neighbors, and every member of the church. Each one of us whose soul has been rescued by Christ is somehow involved in rescuing the souls of others as we shine as a light by bearing fruit of righteousness as we rest in Jesus Christ the righteous—that people might see our good works and ask us about the hope that’s within us as we help rescue their souls by pointing them to God who rescues souls from His wrath, for His pleasure, by His grace, and for His glory.