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Let the Redeemed of the Lord Say So! Paperback – October 1, 1999
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"A valuable book that clearly and biblically challenges the whole church--pastor and people--to the unfinished task of sharing the gospel. . .with the unreached world.." -- Dr. Sterling W. Huston, Director, North American Ministries of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
"Everyone should put this book at the top of their reading list. . .The authors have dedicated their lives to research in evangelism and mission. This book makes their findings accessible to all." -- Dr. Howard Mellor, Principal, Cliff College, England
"To my knowledge, Let the Redeemed of the Lord Say So! is the most useful text on the ministry of testimony published in this generation." -- Dr. George G. Hunter, Dean of E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism, Asbury Theological Seminary
"Two thousand years ago Jesus called lay persons to become the first apostles. The clarion call still resounds for lay persons to proclaim the Word and to share the message 'Jesus is Lord.'" -- Dr. Francis M. Alguire, chairperson of the Executive Committee, World Methodist Council.
About the Author
Eddie Fox is world director of evangelism for the World Methodist Couincil. He co-authored with Morris the worldwide best-sellers Faith Sharing and Faith Sharing New Testament. Prior to his present ministry, he was the executive for evangelism of the United Methodist Church.
George Morris is the Dan and Lillian Hankey Senior Professor of World Methodist Evangelism, World Methodist Couincil. Prior to his present ministry, he was the senior pastor of First United Methodist Church of Peoria, Illinois, and formerly also held the Arthur J. Moore professorship in evangelism at Emory University.
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