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* help for facing fears about evangelism
* shows how evangelism can be a natural part of everyday life with family, friends, co-workers and neighbors
* full of real-life stories
* drawing on biblical principles
* fun and enthusiastic
* life changing
* revised and expanded edition of a bestseller
* includes a study guide for individuals or groups
* 2000 Evangelical Christian Publishing Association Book of the Year Finalist
Evangelism is the subject and it lets you know that it really is okay to be who you are!
It is not only written in an extremely engaging, fluid style and in relatively plain language, but the stories the author tells are very well used.
If you have read and liked any of Jim Petersen's books about evangelism then I think that you will enjoy this one also.
Out Of The Saltshaker. Guilty: I definitely judged the book by its cover. Let me tell you, pride before the fall! I can't believe how much I love this book. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Ryan Ashleigh Fishel
Loved it. This book is the best I have read about evangelism and has given me a new love of God's word and a new confidence to share His story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Genevieve
Good book, kind of deep for the layman, but still worthwhile and enjoyable. Great condition, good service.Published 3 months ago by gayle snelson
Great book for everyone. Has a lot of good information for the evangelist. Recommend reading for anyone wishing to be a witness.Published 5 months ago by Warren Kahue
An amazing book with plenty of stories and skills to equip readers with the skill to evangelize. Will definitely recommend this book to others!Published 6 months ago by E. Tan
Arrived in time, and in great condition. This is an easy to read, and down to earth, look at witnessing to those we encounter in our everyday life - family, friends, and strangers... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book was inspiring in more ways than one. Not only did Pippert affirm all the feelings I have had about evangelism in the past, but she encourages us to change our view of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Melissa
This book is written on more of a popular level. She uses some decent resources by quoting CS Lewis, GK Chesterton, John Stott, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Thomas Oden, EP Sanders, Oswald... Read morePublished 12 months ago by D. Taylor