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Though the book is only 128 pages, it tackles a lot of biblical issues.
I typically read five or six books at the same time and finish them over the course of weeks and months, but this one has been at the top of the pile since I got it.
We need the clarification that sharing the "good news" isn't a method, it's living out the gospel in our lives and then verbally sharing that with others.
Great source of biblical truth. I read this in kindle format but this a a book I will want in hard copy for my bookshelf.Published 13 months ago by Stanley
So often I feel that feeding your spirit through books like this one and The Word gets put on the back burner. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Patrick Bukalski
Good encouragement, though nothing really new here (but I suppose there's nothing new under the sun!). Sharing it with my church.Published 23 months ago by Bonnie Fairbanks
This book made me realize that the truth of Jesus Christ is being lost. The truth becomes confused and is distorted and then finally it is lost.Published on March 12, 2013 by Karen O. Adams
A must read for all believers. Stiles writes from years of experience, and gives practical advice. He shows the importance of sharing the whole gospel and doing so in love.Published on January 4, 2013 by April Wildeson
Book gave great help and it had scripture to correlate with it... All in all I would suggest this book to anyone who desires to be a stronger witness for ChristPublished on October 30, 2012 by Coltonwyattlee
Marks of the Messenger was a book that I (and a few other administrators) passed out to the faculty and staff of the school that I serve at. Read morePublished on September 25, 2011 by Mark K. Wickersham
A couple of months ago I listened to a lecture by D. A. Carson and heard him recommend this book, so when I was making my January reading list, I added it. Read morePublished on February 27, 2011 by Rebecca Stark