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Leonard Sweet wrote in his latest book, Nudge, about this very thing.
Leonard talks about every sense and how we can experience the living God and therefore help others to experience who God is.
For me it is the type of book that I want to read slow and highlight those parts that really jump out and speak to me.
Anything by Sweet is good. I have enjoyed reading his books in the past and expect to enjoy 'Nudge' when I get to it.Published 1 month ago by Phil Gilliland
Few people like the E word. Evangelism makes Christ followers feel like manipulative sales persons and pre-Christians feel like someone's project. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark Haines
must read for the Christian or even the non-christian. A great insight to the kingdom of God. Take a look and see.Published 13 months ago by StephenB
A good reminder of how we can encourage each other every day and be open to the work of the Holy Spirit.Published 14 months ago by 1brn2read
Dr. Sweet "gets it" when it comes to Christians relating to the contemporary world. He's a gifted wordsmith and breathes fresh air into the message of where and who God... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Marie Knowles
This is not my favorite book of Len Sweet but it is still 5 stars. No one writes like Leonard Sweet. He is a master wordsmith. I love the message of the book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ronnie Collins
Just enough different from mainstream to challenge and inform. The worlds of Science and Religion do not need to be exclusive.Published 20 months ago by John Safford
Nudge moves away modernist evangelistic methods that Sweet labels unilateral by constructing a fully postmodern concept evangelism based on mutuality and shared interaction in... Read morePublished on February 29, 2012 by Greg Smith (aka sowhatfaith)
A very good read. For me it is the type of book that I want to read slow and highlight those parts that really jump out and speak to me.Published on November 20, 2011 by Wallace G. Duncan