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Hostility and hunger - that's the response to the message of Jesus. The first is painful, the second is wonderful, and Rico Tice is honest about both.

Short, clear, realistic and humorous, this book will challenge you to be honest in your conversations about Jesus, help you to know how to talk about him, and thrill you that God can and will use ordinary people to change eternal destinies.

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Warning against the temptation to uncritically embrace the latest evangelistic fad, this book will help churches cultivate a culture of evangelism within the context of community.

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Know & Tell the Gospel

John Chapman

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For most believers, clearly sharing the Christian gospel with someone is more of a dream than a reality. We feel inadequate and reluctant - but we absolutely want to see our friends come to know Jesus.Filled with heart and humour, Know and Tell the Gospel deals with all the questions that quickly come to mind.

Every Christian who is keen to take the gospel to our lost world must read this encouragement from John Chapman, a man who had more than 50 years of experience with evangelism and Bible teaching.

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Hell's Best Kept Secret

Ray Comfort

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Why are so many unbelievers turning away from the message of the gospel? Doesn’t the Bible tell us how to bring sinners to true repentance? If so, where have we missed it? The answer may surprise you.

  • How many souls have you won to Christ?

  • How many are still walking with the Lord? All? Some? A few?

Here are the facts: Evangelical success is at an all-time low. We’re producing more backsliders than true converts. The fall away rate from large crusades to local churches is between 80 and 90 percent. Discover when, why, and how the enemy buried an important key needed to unlock the unbeliever’s heart. Now Ray Comfort boldly breaks away from modern tradition and calls for a return to biblical evangelism.

If you’re experiencing evangelical frustration over lost souls, unrepentant sinners, and backslidden “believers,” then look no further. This radical approach could be the missing dimension needed to win our generation to Christ.

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Evangelism is not only largely misunderstood, it is often all but neglected among Christians today. Many want to share the gospel with others, but feel intimidated and incapable of doing so. Yet God has given us answers in the Bible that instruct and equip us to share the good news with others. In The Gospel and Personal Evangelism, Mark Dever seeks to answer the pressing questions that many Christians ask about evangelism: What is evangelism? Why should we evangelize? Why don't we evangelize? Who should we evangelize? How should we evangelize? This book draws from New Testament truths and Dever's personal experience in sharing the gospel in order to help believers apply those truths in practical ways. As readers understand the biblical foundations of evangelism, they will begin to develop a habit of evangelism in their lives and local churches.

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Evangelism as Exiles

Elliot Clark

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The days of cultural Christianity are fading. It's time to rethink normal.

Suffering and exclusion are normal in a believer's life. At least they should be. This was certainly Jesus's experience. And it's the experience of countless Christians around the world today.

No matter your social location or set of experiences, the biblical letter of 1 Peter wants to redefine your expectations and reinvigorate your hope.

Drawing on years of ministry in a Muslim-majority nation, Elliot Clark guides us through Peter's letter with striking insights for today. Whether we're in positions of power or weakness, influence or marginalization, all of us are called to live and witness as exiles in a world that's not our home. This is our job description. This is our mission. This is our opportunity.

A church in exile doesn't have to be a church in retreat.

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The Way of the Master

Ray Comfort

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The Way of the Master gives light to an almost forgotten biblical key that has the power to unlock the door of the human heart. This is the proven and effective way of making the gospel make sense to the unsaved. It is so rooted in the Scriptures that once you see it, you will forever wonder how you could have missed it. It is the biblical principle of bypassing the intellect (the place of argument) and speaking directly to the conscience (the place of the knowledge of right and wrong)—the way Jesus did.

Do you shy away from sharing the true gospel message with others, unsure of what to say, afraid of rejection and ridicule? That’s not what Jesus did.

Jesus was not afraid to shake people up. He spoke openly of their sinful nature and the righteousness of God. He forced people to confront their sin head-on, and He brought them face-to-face with their need for salvation—because He loved them.

Who do you know who isn’t saved? If they died tonight, where would they spend eternity? Do you care? If so, what are you doing to help them?

The Way of the Master will put a great tool into your hand and will teach you how to share the message of the gospel simply, biblically, and without fear—the way Jesus did! You will become equipped to confidently lead anyone—friend, family member, coworker, neighbor, or stranger on the street—to a clear understanding of repentance and what it means to be a true and active follower of Jesus Christ.

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All That Jesus Commanded

John Piper

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The four Gospels are filled with commands straight from the mouth of Jesus Christ. They are not the harsh demands of a taskmaster, but Jesus’s way of showing his followers who he is and how to be more like him.

In All That Jesus Commanded, John Piper walks through Jesus’ commands, in fifty short chapters, explaining their context and meaning to help readers understand Christ’s vision of the Christian life and what he still requires today. The result is a helpful guide for thoughtful inquirers and new Christians, as well as veteran believers, whether for their own study or as a resource in disciple-making.

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