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Sharing Jesus without Freaking Out: Evangelism the Way You Were Born to Do It Hardcover – April 1, 2017
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—D. A. Horton, pastor of Reach Fellowship and chief evangelist for Urban Youth Workers Institute
“Here is an extremely approachable and, at times, light-hearted approach to a deadly serious subject: telling others about your love for Christ without fear. I have given my life to the idea of one person lovingly and effectively telling another about the joy of walking with Jesus, and in this book, Alvin Reid does a superb job of helping you learn how to share your faith effectively. Fearlessly. I enthusiastically commend it to you.”
—Rebecca Manley Pippert, author of Out of the Saltshaker, Into the World
“Let’s face it: most Christians are freaked out when it comes to evangelism. We don’t need someone scolding the ineffectiveness of the church today as much as a leader to show a fresh, effective way to tell the timeless good news. My friend Alvin Reid does just that in this encouraging book. You can have real and effective conversations with people about Jesus; Alvin will show you how.”
—Ed Stetzer, Billy Graham Distinguished Chair for Church, Mission, and Evangelism and executive director of the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College
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A few favorite quotes:
"Lost people are more amazed at our silence than offended at our message."
"It's time to recapture the spirit of the Jesus Movement, to rekindle a passion for Jesus that spills out of hearts of love for God and others, and brings joy to those around us."
"As Martin Luther observed, God does not need our good works, but our neighbor does."
"The Scriptures are not primarily about morality, but about reality."
"Begin to see uncertainty in witnessing as a beautiful part of God's work to grow and shape you as his child."
"I want you to try, to risk, and to see God working through you."
"In order to share Jesus confidently and consistently with others, first share him confidently and consistently with yourself."
And that's only through page 23. :-)