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The 7 Principles Of An Evangelistic Life

Author : Douglas M. Cecil
ISBN : 9781575677729
Genre : Religion
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Just hearing the word 'evangelism' stirs emotions in believers and unbelievers alike. Because of this, many believers shy away from the topic altogether. Douglas Cecil believes we must bring a sense of balance into our approach to evangelism. The 7 Principles of an Evangelistic Life is not another book on evangelism methods; rather the author focuses on helping believers develop a lifestyle of evangelism that relies completely on the Holy Spirit. Evangelism is a spiritual adventure and readers will be challenged to re-think how they live it out.

Welcome To College

Author : Jonathan Morrow
ISBN : 9780825433542
Genre : Education
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To help the upcoming student, Jonathan Morrow provides this engaging guide packed with advice on all manner of issues, from dating and friends, classes and homework, to avoiding the temptation to just "check out" spiritually while in school. Morrow gives personal advice and anecdotes, draws examples from Scripture, and offers additional resources for further insights. --from publisher description.

The Complete Guide To Christian Quotations

Author : Compiled by Barbour Staff
ISBN : 9781607422891
Genre : Religion
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A great quotation can provoke thought, brighten a day, even change a life—and here are more than 6,000 great quotes from the wide world of Christianity. This brand-new compilation of quotations both ancient and modern features nearly 500 categorized topics both biblical and contemporary—from Abiding through Zeal—with cross references and subject and author indexes. Featuring quotations from the early church fathers through the 21st century’s best writers, The Complete Guide to Christian Quotations is ideal for speakers, writers, and book lovers—who can find great leads on worthy volumes.

Concentric Circles Of Concern

Author : Carolyn T. Ritzman
ISBN : 9781433676659
Genre : Religion
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In this stylish re-issue of W. Oscar Thompson's classic book on evangelism, Thompson shows Christians how to spread the love and good news of Christ by building and repairing personal relationships. Too often the only kind of evangelism encouraged is the preaching to strangers, anonymous crowds, and foreign countries. This book hits readers where they live, teaching them that the most effective way to witness is through a simple plan of meeting the needs of close family first, then friends, and then all others.Published post-humously, this book is a living testament of the brilliance of Oscar Thompson and his innovative method. It will be a perfect guide to lifestyle evangelism for church study groups, conferences, and the classroom.

Natural Church Development

Author : Christian A. Schwarz
ISBN : 0977544508
Genre : Church development, New
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The Celtic Way Of Evangelism

Author : George G. Hunter
ISBN : 9781426711374
Genre : Religion
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Celtic Christianityùthe form of Christian faith that flourished among the people of Ireland during the Middle Agesùhas gained much notoriety in recent years. George G. Hunter III points out that while the attention paid to the Celtic Christians is well deserved, much of it fails to recognize the true genius of this ancient form of Christianity. What many contemporary Christians do not realize is that Celtic Christianity was one of the most successfully evangelistic branches of the church in history. The Celtic church converted Ireland from paganism to Christianity in a remarkably short period, and then proceeded to send missionaries throughout Europe. This classic book on the power of indigenous evangelism has been thoroughly revised and updated, proving once again how much these ancient Christians have to teach anyone who seeks to spread the word of the gospel.

Spirit Led Evangelism

Author : Ché Ahn
ISBN : 9780800794422
Genre : Religion
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Most Christians know they should share their faith in Jesus Christ with unbelievers, but not everyone is on the same footing. Some hardly know where to start. Others move with confidence but want to explore areas of greater effectiveness. In the body of Christ, the call to evangelism is clear, but the gifting is different. Now available in trade paper, Spirit-Led Evangelism helps remove any barriers to answering that call. With practical teaching and personal illustrations, Ché Ahn explains the priority of evangelism and equips readers to move to higher levels of success. With a special emphasis on "power evangelism," this book helps both hesitant and on-fire Christians deepen their skills for following Christ into all the world.

Evangelism In A Skeptical World

Author : Sam Chan
ISBN : 9780310534686
Genre : Religion
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Most Christians already know that they should be telling their friends about Jesus. But they have been poorly equipped with methods that are no longer effective in today's post-Christian world. As a result, many people become frustrated, blame themselves, and simply give up. Evangelism in a Skeptical World is a textbook on evangelism that is ideal for the church or the classroom to equip Christians with the principles and skills they need to tell the unbelievable news about Jesus to friends in a skeptical world. Many of the older principles and methods of evangelism in the twentieth century no longer work effectively today. In a post-Christian, post-churched, post-reached world we need new methods to communicate the timeless message of the gospel in culturally relevant ways. Dr. Chan combines the theological and biblical insights of classic evangelistic training with the latest insights from missiology on contextualization, cultural hermeneutics, and storytelling. Every chapter is illustrated with real-world examples drawn from over fifteen years of evangelistic ministry. These are methods that really work - with university students, urban workers, and high school students - getting past the defensive posture that people have toward Christianity so they can seriously consider the claims of Jesus Christ. Field-tested and filled with unique, fresh, and creative insights, this book will equip you to share the gospel in today's world and help as many people as possible hear the good news about Jesus.

Learning Evangelism From Jesus

Author : Jerram Barrs
ISBN : 9781433522567
Genre : Religion
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Studying Jesus' conversations with diverse people in his day, Jerram Barrs draws lessons and principles for attractively communicating the gospel to unbelievers in our day. Living in a culture that is opposed to Christianity tempts God's people to conform, to retreat, to be silent. But Jesus showed the way to live faithfully before an unbelieving world. As the greatest evangelist, Jesus exemplified how to attract people to the gospel. He modeled how to initiate spiritual conversations full of grace and truth. Christian evangelism, then, both in theory and practice, must be shaped by his pattern. Seeking to articulate the passions and principles present in Christ's life and words, longtime L'Abri staff member Jerram Barrs has studied Jesus' diverse encounters with people throughout the Gospels. Each chapter of Learning Evangelism from Jesus recounts one of those stories, draws useful lessons for readers' lives and communication of the gospel, and concludes with questions for further reflection and application. This highly practical book will guide Christians in how to live before unbelievers and how to love them into the kingdom, just as Jesus did.

New Testament Evangelism

Author : Thomas Buchanan Kilpatrick
ISBN : COLUMBIA:50308891
Genre : Evangelistic work
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