Evangelism: Learning to Share the Good News of Christ Jesus with Others

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Religion - 128 pages

Dr. Althea Brown's guidebook and study aid Evangelism Go Make... (Matt. 28 19), is spiritual and powerful that helps readers learn to become disciples through evangelism. This instructive guidebook and study aid describes evangelism in spiritual, practical, and meaningful ways to help anyone who has a genuine interest in evangelism as a ministry. It is packed with tools designed to work efficiently in various congregations regardless of its size or location.

In this enlightening guidebook and study aid, Dr. Brown scrupulously tackles one of the most critical issues concerning men and women's spiritual journey. It addresses how the church reaches others as it encourages the born-again Believer's interest to properly utilize the divine gift of outreach. It helps readers know more about Jesus of Nazareth and offers a way to win the lost, to redeem the wayward, and to reconcile the marginalized members of the communities.

It employs various effective methods, techniques, and tools that can be useful to the church, the Body of Christ and its leaders, as they seek to fulfill Christ Jesus' "Great Commission," that is, to make disciples--sheep of the church (members) should make other sheep (members), for shepherds (pastors) do not make sheep (members).

Lastly, it is an authoritative resource for how the power of the Holy Spirit empowers believers TODAY to persuasively impact the nation. The reader will gain tools to go from being quiet and shy to evangelizing the world for the glory of our heavenly Father!


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It always amazes me when I come acroass my writings in the most peculiar places. I am humbled however, that another person found it noteworthy. Of course The Glory belongs to Father~
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Instructions on an Evangelism Seminar
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Appendix A Evangelism Seminar Announcements

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