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Evangelism By Fire

Author: Reinhard Bonnke
Publisher: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1616383712
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"[The author] lays out the principles necessary for effective evangelism, showing how God operates through anyone who is willing to follow His plan."--From back cover

Evangelsim By Fire

Author: Reinhard Bonnke
Publisher: E R Prod
ISBN: 9783935057028
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Keys for being effective in reaching others with the gospel.

Fire Evangelism

Author: Ché Ahn
Publisher: Chosen Books Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780800794101
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From a popular evangelist and pastor, this comprehensive guidebook shows how to share the Gospel with greater love and authority by identifying seven types of evangelism.

Fireweed Evangelism

Author: Elizabeth Rankin Geitz
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 0898697697
Size: 22.26 MB
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"Episcopal priest Elizabeth Geitz delves, through Scripture, right into the heart of welcoming the stranger. Her handouts and forms are helpful. A must read." --The Living Church Fireweed, always the first flower to spring up and bloom in ruins and burned-over places, is Elizabeth Geitz's metaphor for evangelism that comes from the heart. It is the motivation that makes some Christians eager to welcome the stranger and invite people into their churches, while others hang back. In this prequel to Entertaining Angels: Hospitality Programs for the Caring Church, Geitz explores this missing ingredient in Christian hospitality, reminding us that in a multi-faith world where Christians wish to honor the validity of other religious paths, we may hesitate to talk about the uniqueness of Jesus Christ. Her book helps both individuals and communities to understand what holds them back from evangelism and discover the path that is right for them. This book unfolds in three sections. In the first we look at the factors that inhibit our evangelism, including the awareness that we live in a pluralistic world and do not wish to offend those with other faith commitments. Geitz offers both reflection and exercises to help us discover our own motivation for evangelism. Part 2 addresses the question of context. Where does evangelism take place, and for whose benefit? To what sort of communities do we invite those to whom we reach out? Section 3 focuses on the uniqueness of Christian hospitality and describes the nuts and bolts of newcomer ministry and the programs needed to sustain Christian hospitality in a pluralistic society. It includes workshop and group process material.

Spirit Led Evangelism

Author: Ché Ahn
Publisher: Chosen Books
ISBN: 1441207074
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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.

Fuel The Fire

Author: Charles Kelley
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1535908246
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The evangelistic focus of the Southern Baptist Convention has diminished, creating unprecedented challenges. In Fuel the Fire, Chuck Kelley intends to start a conversation. A denomination accustomed to the inevitability of growth is in the grip of decline. By remembering the evangelistic strategies and core convictions that have strengthened the Southern Baptist Convention since its humble beginnings, and by cultivating the theological focus that enhances modern-day evangelistic engagement, readers will find new urgency in carrying out the work of evangelism. Kelley emphasizes that strategies are important; however, our efforts are in vain apart from a stirring of the Holy Spirit.

Celtic Fire

Author: William J. Abraham
Publisher: Highland Loch Press
ISBN: 0985310219
Size: 37.45 MB
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