HONEST EVANGELISM

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Honest Evangelism

Author : Rico Tice
ISBN : 9781909919402
Genre : Religion
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Gospel Shaped Church is a curriculum from The Gospel Coalition that will help whole congregations pause and think carefully and prayerfully about the kind of church they are called to be. This eight-week track encourages the whole church to not only connect Monday to Sunday by trying to be a good witness at work and share the gospel, but to put the gospel at the heart of everything we do at work. The Leader's Guide contains everything you need to lead this flexible course. This flexible resource will train your whole church through teaching, preaching, daily reading and small-group Bible study and discussion-or any combination of those elements. The overall aim is that your church will embark on a journey to discover the kind of people they should be as they are shaped by the gospel of Jesus Christ. Works alongside the Gospel Shaped Work DVD and the Gospel Shaped Work Handbook for use by church members.
Category: Religion

Need To Know

Author : Gary Millar
ISBN : 9781784985127
Genre : Religion
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A unique angle on the problem of idolatry and how it affects Christians, particularly in our contemporary culture of numerous hidden idols. The uniqueness of this book comes in the metaphor of sipping saltwater. Even as Christians, we 'sip' on idols such as money, relationships, careers, sex, food, human approval...the list is endless. These things promise to satisfy us-to quench our thirst. In the end, however, they fail to do so and leave us thirstier than we were before drinking them. To make matters worse, we are left with devastating hangovers-the negative consequences of our idolatry. This book enables readers to identify their own source(s) of saltwater and explains how to quench their thirst with Jesus' living water-the only drink that will ever truly satisfy us both now and for eternity. It inspires readers to go on in the Christian life as they started-by making Jesus the centre of our lives and giving our worship to him.
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Total Ministry

Author : Stewart C. Zabriski
ISBN : 9781566997102
Genre : Religion
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Used successfully in Episcopal dioceses and congregations, Total Ministry describes a new way for local congregations (especially small ones) and judicatories to organize their response to God's call and to provide resources, support, and encouragement for ministry-a way that is not dependent only on full-time, seminary-trained, ordained leaders.
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Gospel Shaped Outreach Leader S Guide

Author : Erik Raymond
ISBN : 9781910307922
Genre : Religion
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Luke wrote his Gospel to offer his first readers, and his readers today, certainty over the truth of the gospel, and joy that God's promises have been fulfilled with the coming of his King. With a close attention to the text and a focus on real-life application, Mike McKinley brings face to face with Jesus in a way that is fresh and compelling for both experienced and new readers of the first twelve chapters of Luke's Gospel.
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The Provocative Church

Author : Graham Tomlin
ISBN : 9780281071302
Genre : Religion
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Sometimes Christians assume that people 'out there' are eager to listen to what the Church has to offer. But why should those we try to evangelize want to hear the gospel? Surely people will only be intrigued by Christian life and community when they see something provocative or attractive. Then they will want to know what's going on. The Provocative Church offers a liberating understanding of evangelism as a corporate activity, in which all the gifts needed to enact the life of the kingdom - to stir people into asking, 'What does this mean?' - are spread throughout the whole Church. It encourages the development of a theology of conversion that sees beyond 'becoming a Christian' to bring each individual life increasingly under the rule of God. 'The Provocative Church is about an evangelism that begins with the kingdom, not the Church. Graham Tomlin helps us see that the New Testament, while not saying much about evangelism itself, does have an awful lot to say about new life in Christ. The work of the Church is to demonstrate what this new life looks like. This in turn will provoke a response, and it is in the dialogue that follows that real evangelism takes place. [This volume] is one of the best, most honest, most theologically grounded and therefore most practically helpful books on evangelism to have come out in recent years.' Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmsford 'A refreshingly honest book from a theologian who clearly knows that most of society doesn't think the way the church does, and wants to do something about it.' Church of England Newspaper
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Honest To God

Author : Bill Hybels
ISBN : 9780310521815
Genre : Religion
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This analysis of the inconsistencies in the lifestyle of today's Christians is accompanied by specific examples and discussion of how Christians can restore authentic Christianity in their personal lives and thus nurture a troubled world.
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The Jesus Plan

Author : Bruce Dreisbach
ISBN : 9780307768957
Genre : Religion
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A radically refreshing and proven pattern for reaching those around you with the good news of Christ…join the adventure of reaching the lost in your world. An expert in church growth and evangelism, Bruce Dreisbach reached a crushing dead-end when he realized that old-style efforts of evangelism were becoming increasingly ineffective. Out of his failure and frustration, God led him and others to launch a new ministry with priorities and approaches that varied radically from the traditional. Over time, this new paradigm has proven significantly successful in reaching lost souls in today’s culture. After you read The Jesus Plan, you’ll never think of evangelism the same way again. You’ll be equipped and encouraged to reach out to the people around you effectively--and help them discover a new way to live eternally.
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Living Tradition

Author : Jeffrey John
ISBN : 1561010677
Genre : Anglo-Catholicism.
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One Life

Author : Rico Tice
ISBN : 1784982504
Genre : Religion
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This jargon-free introduction to Christianity explores who Jesus is, why he came, and what it means to follow him.
Category: Religion