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  • What Fuels The Mission Of The Church

    $7.99

    In this concise version of God Shines Forth, Daniel Hames and Michael Reeves urge Christians to grow in their knowledge and enjoyment of God-as they know God more, they will be spurred on to authentic service through missions and evangelism.

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  • God Shines Forth

    $22.99

    In this addition to the Union series, Daniel Hames and Michael Reeves argue that an individual’s relationship with God influences their evangelism and missions more than anything else.

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  • Let The Nations Be Glad

    $24.99

    John Piper’s bestselling book on missions (more than 300,000 copies sold) draws on key biblical texts to demonstrate that worship is the ultimate goal of the church and that proper worship fuels missionary outreach. Piper offers a biblical defense of God’s supremacy in all things, providing readers with a sound theological foundation for missions.

    This 30th anniversary edition of a contemporary classic incorporates insight from the author’s refined thinking over the past 10 years. Used extensively as a textbook for missions courses and a resource for ministries, Let the Nations Be Glad! provides a passionate plea for God-centeredness in the whole enterprise of world evangelization and explores the role of prayer and spiritual warfare. The book is essential reading for those involved in or preparing for missions work. It also offers enlightenment for students, pastors, youth workers, campus ministers, and all who want to connect their labors to God’s global purposes. The 30th anniversary edition features a deluxe hardcover binding.

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  • Liturgical Mission : The Work Of The People For The Life Of The World

    $20.00

    Modern missional movements have often viewed the historic Christian traditions with suspicion.

    The old traditions may be beautiful, the thinking goes, but they’re too insular, focused primarily on worship and on the interior life of the church, and not looking outward to evangelism and good works.

    In Liturgical Mission, Winfield Bevins argues that the church’s liturgy and sacramental life are in fact deeply missional. He explores the historic practices of the Christian church, demonstrating how they offer a holistic framework for everyday Christian discipleship and mission in the twenty-first century. The result is a book that not only invites all Christians back to the historic liturgy of the church, but also invites those already in liturgical churches to rediscover the missional life that has too often remained latent in their own traditions.

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  • Introducing Christianity To Mormons

    $18.99

    Share Jesus with Your LDS Friends and Family

    One of our greatest challenges as Christians is sharing the truth with those who believe they’ve already found it. When witnessing to current or former members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, it’s essential that you can compassionately delineate biblical teachings from Mormon doctrine while tactfully advocating for Christ.

    For every believer who prays for loved ones in the LDS Church–or loved ones who gave up on religion after leaving Mormonism– Introducing Christianity to Mormons is the guidebook you need to witness to them. Inside, you’ll find:

    *real-life conversations that give you helpful ideas for what to say in your discussions
    *contrast points between Mormonism and Christianity that illuminate God’s truth
    *biblical apologetics that allow you to minister to former LDS members wounded by their experience with the Church

    Get ready to present the case for Christianity with confidence and grace. This book will empower you to share your faith and give you the language to do so effectively with people in the Mormon community.

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  • Hell Empty Heaven Full

    $16.99

    Every day, millions of people who don’t know Jesus Christ as their Savior move farther down the dark road to destruction. But as international evangelist Reinhard Bonnke says, hell was never designed for people, and heaven is expecting them! Tens of millions of people have come to know Christ through Reinhard’s ministry. In this book, he shares his contagious passion for bringing the gospel to the lost.

    Each chapter in Hell Empty, Heaven Full discusses biblical stories that highlight how God’s priority is saving people and how He wants us to join Him in that process. As Reinhard says, “Our calling is to put a kind hand on the shoulder of the world and turn it round to see God. It will adore Him. The Lord is the Savior…. He loves because to love gives Him joy. He loves beyond all the parameters of human affection and makes even the assault of the cross an expression of His love. His pain asserts it. He finds satisfaction in giving, pouring Himself out to us, surrounding us with wonders, making His redeemed the garden of delight in which He walks. To proclaim the gospel is to move for Him, act with Him, love in Him, and delight in His joy as the privilege, meaning and purpose of all life.”

    Filled with vivid illustrations, this book is designed to show you how to reach the lost as Jesus did: with the passion and compassion of the heavenly Father.

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  • How To Save The World

    $16.99

    God wants to use you right where you are.

    Jesus’ command to “go and make disciples” can feel complicated and overwhelming. Do you wonder where to start, what it looks like, and how to fit this “make disciples” thing into your busy schedule? You’re not alone.

    Drawing on cutting-edge research from The Navigators and the Barna Group, Alice Matagora invites you to enter Jesus’ plan to save the world wherever you are. She understands your anxieties (because she’s experienced them) and helps you to break down barriers, pointing you to the joy of engaged discipleship: knowing Christ, making him known, and helping others do the same.

    You’ll witness best practices from the master himself when you learn how Jesus discipled. You learn from other disciples who are following Jesus’ call right where they live, work, and play. And you’ll discover practical ways to reach people and allow God-inspired relationships to unfold and grow.

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  • Good News For Anxious Christians Expanded Edition

    $21.99

    A talented teacher unpacks the riches of traditional Christian spirituality for Christians burdened by the guilt and anxiety of introspective, in my heart spiritual techniques. Phillip Cary explains that knowing God is a gradual, long-term process that comes through the Bible experienced in Christian community. The first edition has sold over 17,000 copies. The expanded edition includes a new conclusion that offers further insights since the first edition was published over 10 years ago.

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  • Transforming Communication : Progressing From Cross-Cultural To Intercultur

    $34.99

    Effectively communicate Christ across Cultures

    The gospel message transcends cultures, but human communication does not. In Transforming Communication missionary and professor Vee J. D-Davidson provides principles for the intercultural communication of Christ.

    Using her twenty-five-plus years of experience teaching as a Westerner in Asia as a starting point, Davidson provides transferable principles that encourage awareness of context-specific issues and that see opportunities for intercultural communication as wholly unique opportunities, regardless of any perceived communication barriers. Readers from multiple different cultures will be able to apply the principles presented by use of relevant examples, illustrations, and enlightening insights provided from a wide range of Global South and Global North multicultural and intercultural perspectives.

    Transforming Communication offers practical principles to encourage and challenge Christian readers to build relationships that might well require engaging with issues that bring them out of their comfort zone but, the book also offers insights and encouraging devotional nuggets that feed into a triad of knowledge-impartation, self-examination and challenge, along with spiritual enrichment for the task.

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  • Invitation And Encounter

    $15.95

    Let’s face it: Real-life friendship is hard! We find ourselves challenged by superficial #girltribe social media posts, so how can we really achieve authentic friendship? And is friendship even worth it?

    Sisterhood isn’t just a trend or unreachable goal; in fact, friendship with other women is a necessity. Why? Because we’re made for it. We’re created in the image and likeness of the triune God. “Relationship” is stamped into our spiritual DNA — just as God desires to be in relationship with us, he also longs for us to be in authentic relationship with others.

    Whether you’re in a steady place with the women in your life or you’re not confident at all when it comes to friendship with other women, each and every one of us always has room to grow in the art of friendship. In Sisterhood: Giving and Receiving the Gift of Friendship, Catholic wife, mom, author, and friend Chloe Langr offers a practical guide to discerning, developing, and keeping authentic friendships.

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  • Never Ashamed : Stories Of Sharing Faith With Scoffers And Skeptics

    $14.99

    Most books on evangelism deal primarily with different approaches to sharing the good news. From street ministry to personal witnessing, books abound on how to present the gospel in a variety of ways and situations.

    But Never Ashamed isn’t a book about how. Rather, it’s a book about why. Author Avi Snyder explains:

    *Why we mustn’t be ashamed of sharing the good news in an open and direct fashion.

    *Why believers find it difficult to share the good news of salvation, despite the variety of fruit that always abounds.

    *Why non-believers often choose to walk away from the claims of the Messiah, even when they know or at least suspect in their hearts that His claims are true.

    *Why the early church felt compelled to proclaim His message, regardless of the risks and costs.

    More than this, however, Never Ashamed is a book of stories:

    *The man who told Avi he wouldn’t stop him from jumping out a window.

    *The Marxist lady trying to figure him out who eventually concluded he was a provocateur

    *The woman who prayed for God to give her compassion like Him and wept when she received it

    *The Soviet guard who helped Avi’s team pass out literature

    These and many more encounters that Avi shares will make you laugh, cry, and be filled with joy at the winsome ways in which he brings people to Jesus.

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  • Dont Scroll : Evangelism In The Digital Age

    $16.99

    The method has changed. The message has not. After 11 years of reaching students on campuses, Brian Barcelona’s world was turned upside down when every public school shut down in March 2020. He wondered if his ministry to students was over until he met two teenagers who challenged him to minister using digital platforms–a method that would not be hindered by the capacity of a physical room, the inability to travel, or a lack of finances, and would have the ability to reach millions in a moment. Don’t Scroll will help you capture the vision for what God can do to authentically reach a new generation through your smartphone, leading others in salvation, healing, deliverance, and even baptisms!

    Through this innovative resource, you will:

    – understand how younger generations think and communicate

    – see instant results of people engaging with your message

    – be inspired by success stories and best practices from those using social media and texting

    – rekindle the fire to share the gospel and what God has done

    Brian now reaches millions online and disciples thousands to Christ monthly, and he will show you how to use the tools in your hand to tell others about Jesus.

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  • True Story : A Christianity Worth Believing In

    $18.00

    There must be more to the Christian story.

    In this engaging narrative, James Choung weaves the tale of a search for a Christianity worth believing in. Disillusioned believer Caleb and hostile skeptic Anna wrestle with the plausibility of the Christian story in a world of pain and suffering. They ask each other tough questions about what Jesus really came to do and what Christianity is supposed to be about. Along the way, they discover that real Christianity is far bigger than anything they heard about in church. And the conversion that comes is not one that either of them expects. Join Caleb and Anna on their spiritual journeys as they probe Christianity from inside and out. Get past old cliches and simplistic formulas. And discover a new way of understanding and presenting the Christian faith that really matters in a broken world. First published in 2008, True Story introduced Choung’s groundbreaking approach to explaining the gospel. Now with a new preface, it is part of the IVP Signature Collection, which features special editions of iconic books in celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of InterVarsity Press. A new companion Bible study guide is also available.

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  • Dont Scroll : Evangelism In The Digital Age

    $29.99

    The method has changed. The message has not. After 11 years of reaching students on campuses, Brian Barcelona’s world was turned upside down when every public school shut down in March 2020. He wondered if his ministry to students was over until he met two teenagers who challenged him to minister using digital platforms–a method that would not be hindered by the capacity of a physical room, the inability to travel, or a lack of finances, and would have the ability to reach millions in a moment. Don’t Scroll will help you capture the vision for what God can do to authentically reach a new generation through your smartphone, leading others in salvation, healing, deliverance, and even baptisms!

    Through this innovative resource, you will:

    – understand how younger generations think and communicate

    – see instant results of people engaging with your message

    – be inspired by success stories and best practices from those using social media and texting

    – rekindle the fire to share the gospel and what God has done

    Brian now reaches millions online and disciples thousands to Christ monthly, and he will show you how to use the tools in your hand to tell others about Jesus.

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  • Hope Explored Invitations

    $7.99

    Pack of 50 A6 invitations to the Hope Explored course which you can overprint with your own course details.

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  • Gospel People : A Call For Evangelical Integrity

    $16.99

    A Biblical Case for the Importance and Goodness of Being “Evangelical”

    The term evangelical is often poorly defined and frequently comes with cultural and political baggage. As the label has become more controversial, many Christians have begun to wonder if they should abandon it altogether.

    Michael Reeves argues from a global, scriptural, and historical perspective that, while it’s not necessary to discard the label altogether, Christians must return to the root of the term-the evangel, or “gospel”-in order to understand what it truly means. He identifies the theology of evangelicalism and its essential doctrine-the Father’s revelation in the Bible, the Son’s redemption in the gospel, and the Spirit’s regeneration of the heart-calling believers to stand with integrity as people of the gospel.

    *A Biblical and Theological Explanation of Evangelicalism: Rooted in Scripture and the writings of figures throughout church history

    *Globally-Minded: Explores evangelical theology and distinctives outside of narrow cultural definitions

    *Brief and Accessible: Written for both lay people and church leaders

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  • By All Means

    $8.99

    When Ray Comfort scooped up his tired dog Sam as it ran beside his bike, the animal loved it. So he built a platform on his bike, sat him on it, added a seatbelt, and put sunglasses on the dog. To his surprise people came out from their homes to take photos. Women called out “How cute!” Drivers gave a thumbs up. Sam suddenly became a wonderful way to meet strangers. In this book you will find ways, which you never thought possible, to connect with strangers and fulfill the Great Commission.

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  • Stick Figures Save The World

    $11.99

    Drawing Simply to Share Jesus Well

    Have you ever tried to share your faith but struggled, not really knowing what to say? This book helps solve that problem. Practical and funny, Pam Arlund offers a refreshing change from standard methods in disciplemaking.

    In Stick Figures Save the World, you will learn to draw Bible stories in a simple way to equip even the newest follower of Jesus to pass on what they have learned to another. This method works when drawn in the dirt of a remote village or on a napkin in a coffeehouse. Whether you are trying to reach your own children, the neighbors, or a person across the world, this book can show you how.

    The surprising two-fold outcome of this method is how exciting Scripture will become and how well prepared you will be to share Jesus with others. Stick figures aren’t just for kids, they are for everyone who wants to make the most of the opportunities the Lord gives to authentically share His love with the world.

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  • Scandal Of The Evangelical Mind

    $28.99

    Winner of the Christianity Today Book of the Year Award

    “The scandal of the evangelical mind is that there is not much of an evangelical mind.” So begins this award-winning intellectual history and critique of the evangelical movement by one of evangelicalism’s most respected historians.

    Unsparing in his indictment, Mark Noll asks why the largest single group of religious Americans–who enjoy increasing wealth, status, and political influence–have contributed so little to rigorous intellectual scholarship. While nourishing believers in the simple truths of the gospel, why have so many evangelicals failed to sustain a serious intellectual life and abandoned the universities, the arts, and other realms of “high” culture?

    Over twenty-five years since its original publication, The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind has turned out to be prescient and perennially relevant. In a new preface, Noll lays out his ongoing personal frustrations with this situation, and in a new afterword he assesses the state of the scandal–showing how white evangelicals’ embrace of Trumpism, their deepening distrust of science, and their frequent forays into conspiratorial thinking have coexisted with surprisingly robust scholarship from many with strong evangelical connections.

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  • Sharing Faith Online

    $19.95

    This handbook narrates the ongoing media efforts of Christians–from the 1960s to the twenty-first century–to communicate the gospel in the modern age and draws powerfully from the story of how one group of seventy-four people sought spiritual growth via an interactive digital Ignatian retreat on Facebook. Written by a Jesuit priest with years of experience in journalism as well as spiritual formation, the book draws lessons from these stories to present a “how-to” guide for individuals and groups seeking more effective ways to share faith on social media.

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  • Personal Evangelism : 22 Lessons To Effectively Share The Gospel

    $12.99

    SOUL WINNING IS OUR BUSINESS! Jesus made it clear that we are to bring others to His Father. He said, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” But many Christians don’t know how to win souls for their Savior. They are too timid to speak out, don’t know what to say, or don’t want to offend anyone. Legendary Bible teacher E. W. Kenyon offers a solution in Personal Evangelism: 22 Lessons to Effectively Share the Gospel. He takes readers through all possible scenarios of reaching the lost, from those who have false hopes to the indifferent, from the skeptical to those who have broken fellowship with the church. “Until soul winning becomes the business of our life, we will not lead many from darkness to light,” Kenyon says. “Soul winning is the art of arts. We are selling the greatest thing in the world. The joy that it gives to the one who finds Christ, the blessings that go into the home, can never be estimated. The man you lead to Christ may become a key man in some community, turning a whole section of men to Christ.” Our time is not our own, but belongs to the Lord. When we evangelize to snatch souls from the hands of the enemy, we give them strength, joy, and success, and obtain more stars in our own heavenly crown.

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  • Evangelism : How To Share The Gospel Faithfully

    $29.99

    Paul’s challenge to Timothy 2,000 years ago remains a clarion call for pastors today: “Do the work of an evangelist, fulfill your ministry” (2 Tim 4:5). Because evangelism is the central work of a Christian’s life, there is a great need for pastors to understand what evangelism is and what makes it effective. Much of modern evangelical culture has become memorized conversations, pre-packaged formulas, and programmatic approaches that serve as poor substitutes for the simple proclamation of the gospel. In Evangelism: How to Share the Gospel Faithfully, John MacArthur along with pastors, missionaries, and church planters from Grace Community Church give the summons to return to the basics.

    Evangelism covers four primary topics:

    *Theological presuppositions and biblical foundations of evangelism
    *Evangelism from a pastoral perspective
    *One-on-one witnessing
    *How outreach fits into and shapes the activities of the local church

    You’ll learn theological principles of sharing the gospel and practical approaches to incorporating outreach into your life, including specialized areas, like:

    *Sharing the gospel with children and youth
    *Witnessing to those with special needs
    *Working with people suffering from addiction
    *Immigrant outreach International missions

    There is an urgent need for the gospel in today’s fallen world. This insightful guide to biblical evangelism will ignite your passion and equip you to spread the gospel faithfully from your pulpit, in your church, and within your community.

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  • So Loved : 26 Words That Can Change Your Life

    $14.99

    For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish, but have eternal life.

    Here’s an astonishing claim. John 3:16 appears on everything from fridge magnets to sports stars’ faces. But what does it actually mean? And how does it relate to you and me?

    With warmth, personal stories and humour, the author explains God’s love, his Son, his sacrifice, and the all-important connection with us today.

    This is an invitation for anyone to dive straight in and take the first step in an exciting, life-transforming journey of faith.

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  • Mere Evangelism : 10 Insights From C.S. Lewis To Help You Share Your Faith

    $16.99

    Evangelism is an extraordinary task; it’s what God uses to bring people from death to life. But it has always been difficult.

    C.S. Lewis was used by God in the conversions of countless people, from friends and acquaintances in his own lifetime to modern-day readers of books such as The Chronicles of Narnia and Mere Christianity (the most influential Christian book of the 20th century). As Tim Keller comments, “C.S. Lewis was incredibly skilled at getting Christianity across in a way that’s powerful to thoughtful people. So, if we want help with evangelism, there is much we can learn from the clarity and imagination of this hugely influential Christian writer.

    You may feel inadequate to the task; after all, there is only one C.S. Lewis. But evangelist Randy Newman skillfully helps us to apply the methods Lewis used (storytelling, humor, imagery and more) in our own conversations.

    You will be equipped to talk about your faith and engage with unbelievers wisely, whatever their attitude towards the Christian faith.

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  • Effective Intercultural Evangelism

    $18.00

    We live in a multicultural society. But Christians often do not know how to engage those of other faiths.

    As a result, many Christians hesitate to talk about Christianity with others in any kind of evangelistic way. Jay Moon and Bud Simon unpack the intercultural dynamics that Christians need to understand when encountering people from different communities and cultural backgrounds. Regarding evangelism from the perspective of four major worldviews (guilt/justice, shame/honor, fear/power, and indifference/belonging with purpose), this book demonstrates contextual evangelism approaches that are relevant, biblical, and practical. The authors draw on new research conducted with hundreds of participants that reveal concrete ways to communicate the gospel effectively across cultures. Sharing one’s faith does not require attacking other religions; rather, we can engage at the worldview level in order to address people’s deepest concerns. Greater understanding provides us with better skills for relational connection, empathy, and effective witness.

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  • Invitation To Evangelism

    $34.99

    Essential guidance for a lifestyle of sharing God’s good news with a lost world.

    What exactly does it mean to “evangelize” in a Christian sense? And how is such “evangelizing” supposed to be done? Longtime pastor, evangelist, and professor of evangelism Timothy K. Beougher answers these questions and more from theological, historical, and practical perspectives. Beougher demonstrates God’s goodness in evangelism through relatable anecdotes, Bible teaching, and encouraging instruction. Invitation to Evangelism welcomes believers into the experience of stepping out in faith of behalf of people God loves.

    Most Christians know that they should be sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with nonbelievers, and most also know they aren’t witnessing very well, or even at all. They need help internalizing the content of gospel proclamation and identifying the best way to go about making evangelism a natural part of their lives. Introduction to Evangelism guides readers through the essential issues of the gospel message, evangelism methods, and witnessing models so they are ready and excited to move out in faith as everyday evangelists.

    Beougher’s biblical, theological, historical, and practical teaching revolves around following essential aspects of being an evangelist:
    *Having compassion as the motivation for evangelism
    *Understanding the good news of Jesus Christ
    *Seeing lost people as persons God loves
    *Relying on the power of the Holy Spirit
    *Paving the way for new believers to share their faith eagerly with others

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  • Finding Home : Exploring God’s Dream In Our Neighborhoods

    $11.99

    This ten-week guide from the Navigators offers vision and practical instruction for befriending and ministering to the people in your neighborhood. It brings heady missionary concepts down to earth and helps you identify and cultivate the redemptive possibilities in the place you live.

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  • Embrace : Showing And Sharing The Love Of Jesus

    $16.99

    For evangelism ministry teams who will train volunteers and implement CATCH tactics for evangelism. Small-group style sessions inspire teams and gives them tools they need to get started.

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  • Jesus Conversations : Effective Everyday Engagement

    $14.95

    A practical how-to guide for Christians who want to share their faith in more effective and natural ways.

    How are we to talk about Jesus to someone who does not believe the way we do? Very few of us feel comfortable articulating the truthfulness of Christ’s death and resurrection to a peer outside of the church. Sometimes Christians feel intimidated by the objections of unbelievers who may say, “That’s right for you, but not for me” or “That’s just your opinion.” Jesus Conversations provides questions, answers, and relational tips in overcoming these conversation stoppers. Along with biblical insights and apologetics, readers will see firsthand examples and stories of ordinary people who share the gospel while visiting nursing homes, throwing parties, renting out bars for open- minded skeptics, and more.

    Sterrett’s book equips followers of Jesus to become winsome and confident in communicating the truths of the gospel to nonbelievers. It would be most effective for college students and will resonate with those who are familiar with the I Am Second movement.

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  • Called To Christian Joy And Maturity

    $18.95

    More than ever, Christians must be grounded in their identity and purpose to reach a hurting world. This groundbreaking book brings together the latest best practices for how to be (and help others become) mature, balanced, and joyful Christians today. Evangelism experts Gordy DeMarais and Daniel Keating lay out thoughtful actions for effectively bringing Christ to the world. A must-read for every follower of Jesus.

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  • Teaching And Learning Across Cultures

    $32.99

    Representing the fruit of a lifetime of reflection and practice, this comprehensive resource helps teachers understand the way people in different cultures learn so they can adapt their teaching for maximum effectiveness. Craig Ott, a senior missiologist known for his expertise in theology and church planting, draws on extensive research and cross-cultural experience from around the world. This book introduces students to current theories and best practices for teaching and learning across cultures. Case studies, illustrations, diagrams, and sidebars help the theories of the book come to life.

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  • Witnessing In Everyday Life

    $9.99

    Evangelism. Witnessing. Sharing God’s Word. It’s all part of a toolkit that you were given the moment you were baptized into Christ’s family. And it’s a toolkit that anyone can be given through belief in Christ. But evangelism and witnessing sometimes fees as if it’s a put together person, filled to the brim with Christ’s love, talking to broken people. But it’s not. It’s regular, everyday people, broken by sin, talking about God’s love and Christ’s forgiveness of sins to other everyday, broken people who need God. To discover the toolkit you are given, there’s a few questions you might be asking. Like “What is a witness?” or “Why should I witness?” and maybe even “What kind of a witness am I?” Dig into these answers with Rev. Mark A. Wood to see how witnessing is important. Then, using the metaphor of planting a garden-plowing, planting, watering, waiting, and harvesting-you’ll be able to better understand the joys of witnessing to others.

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  • Something Needs To Change

    $16.00

    USA TODAY, PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, AND ECPA BESTSELLER – The author of Radical takes readers on a soul-searching journey through impoverished villages in the Himalayan mountains, daring them to make a difference in a world of urgent need, starting right where they live.

    While leading a team on a week-long trek of the Himalayas, bestselling author and pastor David Platt was stunned by the human needs he encountered, an experience so dramatic that it changed the trajectory of my life. Meeting a man who’d lost his eye from a simple infection and seeing the faces of girls stolen from their families and trafficked in the cities, along with other unforgettable encounters, opened his eyes to the people behind the statistics and compelled him to wrestle with his assumptions about faith. In Something Needs to Change, Platt invites readers to come along on both the adventure of the trek, as well as the adventure of seeking answers to tough questions like, Where is God in the middle of suffering? What makes my religion any better than someone else’s religion? and What do I believe about eternal suffering? Platt has crafted an irresistible message about what it means to give your life for the gospel–to finally stop talking about faith and truly start living it.

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  • Gods Team : Unleashing The Full Power Of The Church

    $17.99

    God’s Team – Unleashing the Full Power of the Church is a call to all Christians to fulfil their role in the Body of Christ so the gospel is both preached and lived out in society. If both pastors and church members embrace this then the Church will achieve its global ministry to preach the gospel to every person.

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  • Belong : Retracing The Way Of God’s Embracing Love

    $16.99

    While conversion is always a personal experience, discipleship never is. The church that Jesus established is meant to embrace and welcome all who want to be followers of Christ. Belong invites readers to dialogue with three ministry practitioners who are calling the church to return to its true identity as the body of Christ and its vocation to model our life together after our crucified and risen Lord. This book is not a surefire method to enhance church growth or yet another failproof evangelism tool. Reorienting the mission of the church can be painful and uncomfortable, but its purpose is to form a radically welcoming body where, with Jesus as the head, lives are transformed and hearts are set on God. Join Crocker, Kester, and Lobdell in reviving an ancient vision for the people of God to cultivate a community where everyone can Belong.

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  • Pursuing The Call

    $16.99

    Becoming a missionary can be daunting, but what if you could learn from others who’ve already faced the challenges? No matter what stage you’re at in your missionary journey, Pursuing the Call will prepare you to make the wisest, most Christ-centered decisions. With step-by-step advice from the early stages of exploring God’s call, to ultimately moving overseas and ministering in a new culture, this book details the necessary considerations and decisions you will need to make. Written by a missionary, it is not based on theory alone but has been tried and tested through experience. Though the road may prove difficult at times, it is definitely worth it. We invite you to take the next steps and pursue the call!

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  • Faith That Engages The Culture

    $16.99

    Talking about Christianity outside of church or your groups is difficult, especially if you’re talking to a non-Christian. Witnessing shouldn’t be as difficult as it seems and it’s not nearly as scary. Following his previous book, Faith That Sees Through the Culture, Alfonso Espinosa brings witnessing to an easy and accessible level with Faith That Engages the Culture.

    Using a concept called the Engagement Triangle, can learn how to witness in today’s world to the people that need to hear the Good News the most. Not only does the Engagement Triangle help you to understand how to witness on external topics such as politics or science, but you’ll also learn how to witness to internal topics, such as sexuality and mental illness.

    See examples from the apostles on their witnessing efforts to overcome your fears and continue to share the Good News in a world that needs it now more than ever. A perfect addition to every Christian’s bookshelf.

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  • Living His Story

    $20.99

    The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2021 explores the idea of evangelism as a way of sharing God’s love with people.

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  • Out Of The Saltshaker And Into The World

    $21.00

    Jesus says his followers are the salt of the earth. But how do we cut through fear and guilt to communicate our faith effectively? Now part of the IVP Signature Collection, this bestselling classic by Rebecca Manley Pippert offers a refreshing view of evangelism as a lifestyle, pointing to Jesus as our model and helping us feel relaxed and enthusiastic about sharing the good news.

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  • Searching For Christmas

    $5.99

    Discover the awesome God at the heart of the familiar Christmas story and discover the joy, hope, purpose, and belonging we’re all searching for.

    Most of us are familiar with the events of the first Christmas-the manger scene, shepherds watching sheep, angels singing their songs, and wise men arriving-but what if there’s more to the story? What if the birth of Jesus is actually the most significant event in all of history and can transform our lives?

    This evangelistic book goes beyond the birth of Jesus to look at what he did when he grew up and how he fulfilled the names given to him centuries beforehand by the prophet Isaiah.

    In a compelling, insightful, winsome and personal way, J.D. Greear shows that if we get to know the God who lies behind the Christmas story and at the heart of the Christmas story, we’ll discover the joy, hope, purpose and belonging we’re all searching for.

    Readers will see that Jesus is the Wonderful Counsellor, who can guide them in all truth; the Mighty God, who made and owns everything; the Eternal Father, who they can trust to love them for ever; and the Prince of Peace, who died in their place so that they can be forgiven and accepted eternally.

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  • Engaging With Mormons

    $14.99

    A former Mormon writes an introduction to what Mormons believe and how Christians can reach out to them with the gospel.

    Many people see Mormons as just another branch of the Christian church, and to be admired, perhaps, for their family life, morality and upright culture.

    But the theology and spirituality of this cult are very far from an orthodox biblical understanding of true saving faith. And yet Christians are often fearful of engaging in conversations about the gospel with Mormons, knowing that there are suspicions and complex issues that lie beneath the surface.

    This short book is designed to help both Christians and whole churches to understand more about the beliefs, mindset and motivations of those who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (Mormons), and to reach out to them with the good news of the gospel.

    Written at a level that everyone can understand, this book emphasizes the importance of forming loving, honest and open relationships as part of the way we engage with our Mormon friends and neighbors, and with those who may come knocking at our doors.

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  • Not Just Another Christmas Pack Of 10

    $7.50

    Evangelistic booklet showing how Jesus can turn “just another Christmas” into something far more memorable.

    Most of us know what to expect when it comes to Christmas: the lights, the food, the tree, the traditions. But it’s possible to be so familiar with the trimmings that we walk right past the main act: Jesus.

    This compelling evangelistic booklet explains why Jesus’ message is one that you don’t want to miss, and how he can turn “just another Christmas” into something altogether more memorable.

    This short, winsome introduction to the Christian message is based on John 1:14 and is ideal for giving away at carol services and other evangelistic Christmas events.

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  • How To Talk About Jesus Without Being That Guy

    $18.99

    Most Christians know they should be trying to tell their friends and family about Jesus. But in a post-Christendom world, personal evangelism is viewed negatively–it’s offensive, inappropriate, and insensitive. Recent studies confirm that the majority of Christians rarely evangelize, worried they might offend their family or lose their friends. In How to Talk About Jesus (Without Being That Guy), author Sam Chan equips everyday Christians who are reluctant and nervous to tell their friends about Jesus with practical, tested ways of sharing their faith in the least awkward ways possible.

    Drawing from over two decades of experience as an evangelist, teacher, and pastor, Chan explains why personal evangelism feels so awkward today. And utilizing recent insights from communication theory, cross-cultural ministry, and apologetics, he helps you build confidence in sharing your faith, and teaches you how to evangelize your friends and family in socially appropriate ways.

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  • Sharing Your Faith Made Easy

    $5.99

    Get valuable insights on how to give your testimony, different ways to explain salvation, what expectations we should have when sharing our faith, and what to do when evangelism is difficult.

    You know it’s right to share your faith, but how do you do it when it seems challenging or doesn’t feel natural to you?

    Sharing Your Faith Made Easy is another new addition to the beloved Made Easy series. You don’t have to be a pastor or a missionary to share your faith. In fact, God has commissioned every one of us to share the good news of salvation in Jesus. But sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start-or how to overcome those fears that stop you before you’ve even begun. Sharing Your Faith Made Easy shows you how to present the gospel in a simple yet effective way to help you fulfill the Great Commission.

    This book will give you valuable insights on how to give your testimony, different ways to explain salvation, what expectations we should have when sharing our faith, and what to do when evangelism is difficult.

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  • Models Of Evangelism

    $21.99

    Many sincere Christians dismiss evangelism due to enduring evangelistic caricatures. This book helps readers move beyond those caricatures to consider thoughtfully and practically how they can engage in evangelism, whether it’s through one-on-one conversations, social media, social justice, or the pageantry of worship.

    At once biblical, theological, historical, and practical, this book by a seasoned scholar offers an engaging, well-researched, and well-organized presentation and analysis of 8 models of evangelism. Covering a breadth of approaches–from personal evangelism (one-on-one) to media evangelism (global) and everything in between–Priscilla Pope-Levison encourages readers to take a deeper look at evangelism and discover a model that captures their attention. Each chapter introduces and assesses a model biblically, theologically, historically, and practically, allowing for easy comparison across the board. The book also includes end-of-chapter study questions to further help readers interact with each model.

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  • Word On The Street

    $17.99

    In the midst of a godless culture, Paul did what was necessary to reach the masses with the message of everlasting life: he reasoned about Jesus “in the marketplace daily with those who happened to be there” (Acts 17:17) and preached on Mars Hill, on the main route to the Parthenon in Athens.

    We too are living in the midst of a godless society, and those in the streets desperately need to hear God’s Word. If we are serious about reaching this dying world, let us emulate Jesus and the apostles and preach where sinners gather. In thirty minutes, a good open-air preacher can reach more unsaved people than the average church does in a year.

    If you’re ready for something more exhilarating than skydiving, arguably more scary, and infinitely more productive, try preaching the gospel in public.

    For nearly fifty years Ray Comfort has preached the gospel in the open air and witnessed one-to-one to thousands. During those years he has learned certain biblical principles that make reaching the lost so much easier.

    In this publication you will find everything he learned and everything you need to know:

    * Who should do it?
    * Where should you go?
    * How do you get started?
    * What do you say?

    With this helpful guide, you too can follow in the footsteps of the Savior and preach the Word on the street. There is no higher calling.

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  • Jesus At The Door

    $16.00

    As many as 96% of Christians are not leading anyone to Jesus. Which means that the vast majority of the wider church is, at best, simply sowing. The kingdom of God, however, requires both sowing and reaping. If we neglect reaping, we will not have a healthy harvest.

    Jesus at the Door offers a unique tool–an Equipping Card to use with anyone you know, anywhere–and practical, step-by-step instructions, helping readers witness to friends, family, even strangers on the street. This tried-and-tested method is framed around nine points and a picture, and takes about two minutes from introduction to salvation.

    A Leader’s Guide to Jesus at the Door explains in greater detail how to use the Equipping Card and is the perfect resource for pastors and ministry leaders who want to help their congregations or group members share the gospel effectively, partnering with the Holy Spirit and inviting users to learn to grow in Spirit-led evangelism. This book shows how you–yes, even you–can move from being a seasoned sower into a relentless reaper, living out a naturally supernatural lifestyle.

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  • Wesleyan Foundations For Evangelism

    $19.99

    Evangelism faces many challenges. One of the foremost is a need for sound preparation. Like Jesus with his disciples, the church must equip Christ followers to fulfill the Great Commission while remaining faithful to its Owner. Wesleyan Foundations for Evangelism mines the expertise of pastors, scholars, and other ministry leaders to offer guides and markers for preparing messengers of God s good news. Written from a Wesleyan perspective, contributors explore such topics as the Great Commission today, what it means to be a messenger of the good news of God’s kingdom, and the relationship of Christian practices to evangelism and discipleship.

    End-of-chapter discussion questions and bibliographies enhance this valuable resource, making it an essential read for ministers, ministerial students, and lay leaders.

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  • XYZ Of Discipleship

    $16.99

    Today’s key challenge for the church in the West is to reach and raise the next generations – often missing or misunderstood – yet vital to the future of contemporary society and to Christianity. Drawing on 20 years of fruitful experience, and carefully analysing Britain’s present cultural context this book explores how to disciple today’s Millennial (Gen Y) generation and their teenage/early adult successors Gen Z. With plenty of positive insights into the opportunities these generations possess, it speaks into how to help build solid foundations of identity and purpose for young adults and assesses some of the biggest challenges to Christian discipleship in today’s culture. It will equip individuals who seek to mentor, parent or lead young adults into discipleship in the everyday and within church, as well as those of Y & Z age who are passionate to understand and disciple your own generation. It concludes with practical guidance and a passionate challenge to established churches who wish to reach these generations.

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  • Becoming Real : And Thriving In Ministry

    $19.95

    Follow the REAL rubric for success in starting new ministries If congregations were to look outside their doors, they may find that the people who need the good news don’t look like them and that the way to engage them is by having ministries that are REAL. REAL ministry is respectful relationships, excellence, authenticity, and love. This easy-to-understand perspective on relationships can be implemented in any setting with any group. To continue the mandate, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations,” we have to have relationships with those whom God has put in our neighborhoods. Each chapter contains a study guide with Bible verses and reflection questions. The author also offers real anecdotes and examples of what to do–and what not to do–so that when using the REAL rubric with any group of people, you can emulate Jesus and bring the good news to them. Church leaders wanting to be more inclusive or trying to grow in their changing neighborhood will find this book a welcome resource.

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  • Anyone But Me

    $15.99

    Fear is the primary reason we fail to share the gospel with our friends, family, and coworkers. We’re afraid of looking weird or out of touch. We’re afraid we won’t have the right answers to their questions. We’re afraid that if they reject the gospel, they’re really rejecting us. We don’t want to make things awkward or strain our relationships. So we say nothing because our discomfort feels bigger than our loved ones’ ultimate destination if they remain outside of the body of Christ. We know it’s not, but it’s just so hard to get over our fear.

    Apologist Ray Comfort can help. In Anyone but Me, he shows you how to overcome your fears by developing ten critical, biblical characteristics so that you can confidently share the message of salvation with those you care about most. If you’ve been longing to see a dear friend, family member, or coworker come to Christ, now is the time to begin becoming the faithful witness they need. Because we never know how much more time we will have to proclaim God’s good news.

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  • What If Im Discouraged In My Evangelism

    $4.99

    Many new believers have questions about what it means to live as a Christian in the context of a local church, and pastors are looking for resources to pass along to their congregations to help them think biblically about the Christian life. 9Marks Church Questions is a new series that seeks to provide ordinary Christians with sound and accessible biblical teaching by answering common questions Christians have about church life. Each volume offers biblical answers and practical applications with the goal of nurturing healthy church practice and commitment. This booklet gives readers the biblical basis and practical tips for sharing the gospel with those who aren’t Christians, demonstrating how evangelism is doable for all believers, even those who feel like they aren’t particularly gifted in evangelism.

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  • Public Missiology : How Local Churches Witness To A Complex World

    $28.00

    How can Christians witness to the complexity of our world? Gregg Okesson shows that local congregations are the primary means of public witness in and for the world. As Christians move back and forth between their churches and their neighborhoods, workplaces, and other public spaces, they weave a thick gospel witness. This introduction to public missiology explains how local congregations can thicken their witness in the public realms where they live, work, and play. Real-life examples from around the world help readers envision approaches to public witness and social change.

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  • Serve Your City 15 Ideas

    $2.99

    An ARC Resources Title

    This companion piece to Serve Your City includes 15 practical ideas to serve as an inspiration for those wanting to explore a range of options on how they can best serve people in their neighborhoods and communities.

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  • Serve Your City Participants Guide

    $6.95

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    This Participant’s Guide small group curriculum draws people to the heart of God, reveals their unique giftedness, and points them to practical opportunities to reach the people in their neighborhoods and communities.

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  • Art Of Hospitality Implementation Guide

    $20.99

    Engaging worship and intentional follow-up processes are important, but what compels guests to return to our churches is the warmth of our welcome and hospitality that goes beyond their expectations.

    The Art of Hospitality, a new comprehensive program developed by hospitality experts from the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, promises to guide a local church in exactly what the program’s title implies: the artform of creating radical hospitality that infiltrates the heart and culture of the entire church. Complete with techniques and strategic planning throughout, The Art of Hospitality will effectively change how you do church, leaving guests surprised, delighted, and eager to return.

    The Implementation Guide contains step-by-step implementation strategies for leadership and teams tasked with developing and leading hospitality ministry.

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  • Art Of Hospitality Companion Book

    $15.99

    Engaging worship and intentional follow-up processes are important, but what compels guests to return to our churches is the warmth of our welcome and hospitality that goes beyond their expectations.

    The Art of Hospitality, a new comprehensive program developed by hospitality experts from the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, promises to guide a local church in exactly what the program’s title implies: the artform of creating radical hospitality that infiltrates the heart and culture of the entire church. Complete with techniques and strategic planning throughout, The Art of Hospitality will effectively change how you do church, leaving guests surprised, delighted, and eager to return.

    Complementing the program study for leaders is a companion guide meant to prepare the congregations’ hearts and minds for a new way of doing church with radical hospitality. Broken into three chapters, this study is designed to coincide with pastor sermons and provide further reading and learning away from the pews. Free downloadable sermon starters will be available online (and in the Implementation Guide) for pastors as they design their sermon series. The three chapters are divided into the following:
    *Biblical Hospitality
    *The Ministry of Notice
    *Three Questions: Why do people need Jesus?; Why do people need the Church?; Why do people need this church?

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  • Art Of Hospitality

    $17.99

    Engaging worship and intentional follow-up processes are important, but what compels guests to return to our churches is the warmth of our welcome and hospitality that goes beyond their expectations.

    The Art of Hospitality, a new comprehensive program developed by hospitality experts from the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, promises to guide a local church in exactly what the program’s title implies: the artform of creating radical hospitality that infiltrates the heart and culture of the entire church. Complete with techniques and strategic planning throughout, The Art of Hospitality will effectively change how you do church, leaving guests surprised, delighted, and eager to return.

    Loaded with key principles and methods honed by hospitality experts Debi Nixon and Yvonne Gentile in their work at The Church of the Resurrection, this guide is designed to engage staff across all ministry areas in creating a common language around the ministry of welcome.

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  • Serve Your City Leaders Guide

    $6.95

    An ARC Resources Title

    In this Leader’s Guide companion to Serve Your City, we’ll take seven weeks of content to look at God’s heart of compassion, how He has equipped us to serve, and how groups can serve most effectively.

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  • Serve Your City

    $17.99

    An ARC Resources Title

    Through the pages of the Gospels, we see Jesus model a “show and tell” life and ministry to His followers- He “showed” them how to serve by healing the sick, feeding the hungry, and caring for the poor-and while He was demonstrating compassion, He taught them, “telling” them of God’s immense love. This is the way to show God’s heart of compassion for the people in our cities and towns, and this is the way to break down barriers so people will listen to the life-changing message of the gospel of grace. In this book, you’ll sense Dino’s heart, be inspired by his stories and learn from his experiences, as well as many ARC churches that are serving their cities with a Jesus-style no-strings-attached kind of love. This is at the core of who ARC is – a deep passion to see churches thrive as part of the cities they serve.

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  • Happily Ever After

    $5.99

    We all long for “happily ever afters”. But let’s face it, life’s just not like that! Or is it?

    This evangelistic book takes readers through the Easter story. Good Friday looked like a bad ending to Jesus’ story. But Easter Sunday changed everything…for everyone…for ever after!

    Readers will discover how Jesus’ happy ending can be theirs too as they explore how his life, death and resurrection solve the big issues that plague humankind–sin and death.

    Easter really can change your life, for good, for ever after!

    This book is great to give away to non-believers at Easter.

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  • Longing For Revival

    $20.00

    Revival begins with God, but it’s lived out through us. James Choung and Ryan Pfeiffer have seen revival in their own ministries, with remarkable transformation in both individuals and communities. They unpack what revival looks like, how Christians can anticipate it, and how they can experience it, providing a model of revival leadership for Christians who want to facilitate and spread revival in their contexts.

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  • Holy Ambition : To Preach Where Christ Has Not Been Named – Second Revised

    $12.99

    This vision of, and invitation to, the work of global missions challenges Christians everywhere to cultivate a holy ambition to preach Christ where he has not yet been named.

    The apostle Paul had a holy ambition: to preach the gospel to peoples who had never heard. He ached to proclaim Jesus where he had not yet been named. So today, missionaries cross cultures, learn languages, and pour out their lives in word and deed to break through thousands of years of darkness and the reign of Satan over a people who do not know the King of kings and the Savior of the world. Missionaries go to, and minister among, peoples who otherwise have little to no access to the saving news of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection.

    And since Jesus’s Great Commission to make disciples of all nations is still in effect–and since there are thousands of peoples today who have never heard of him–every church should pray that God would not only make all of us evangelists among our own people, but also that he would raise up from among us missionaries to take the gospel where it has never gone before.

    Note to the Second Revised Edition: This book was first released in 2011. Since then, John Piper has continued to preach and write about missions. So, to prepare this Second Revised Edition, Desiring God added four chapters of new material, removed about a third of the original, and freshly edited and organized the remainder.

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  • What Is Evangelism

    $9.95

    An engaging, entertaining, faithful and contagious Episcopal vision for sharing the Christian faith.

    Taps into the Episcopal Church’s priorities and “The Way of Love ” Readers will find in this book a strong and uplifting argument that the Episcopal Church’s theology, sacramental ministry, and commitment to social justice have an essential role to play in mainline Christianity and in the public square. This book will help readers to understand that what it means to be an Episcopalian and how evangelism is a fruit of that identity, not a mere marketing strategy or an end in itself. This book is an approachable and inspiring presentation of the theological rationale and resource for sharing the faith as well as an argument that sharing the faith increases our own. It addresses basic questions that are buzzing in the church today and lays out a series of stories from faith communities across the Episcopal Church, both physical and digital ministries.

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  • Christianity For People Who Arent Christians

    $16.99

    Pastor and award-winning author tackles some of the most pressing questions about Christianity, providing a great resource for pastors and church leaders to give to nonbelievers.

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  • Tactics 10th Anniversary Edition

    $19.99

    In a world indifferent or even opposed to Christian truth, followers of Christ must be better equipped to communicate the timeless of the Christian faith. But how do you have a conversation with someone who is intent on proving you wrong and won’t accept the Bible as a source of authority?

    In Tactics, Gregory Koukl demonstrates how to artfully regain control of conversations, keeping them moving forward in constructive ways through thoughtful diplomacy. You’ll learn how to maneuver comfortably and graciously through the minefields of a challenging discussion, how to stop challengers in their tracks, and how to turn the tables on question or provocative statement. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to get people thinking about Jesus.

    Drawing on extensive experience defending Christianity in the public square, Koukl shows you how to:
    *Initiate conversations effortlessly
    *Present the truth clearly, cleverly, and persuasively
    *Graciously and effectively expose faulty thinking
    *Skillfully manage the details of dialogue
    *Maintain an engaging, disarming style even under attack

    Tactics provides the game plan for communicating the compelling truth about Christianity with confidence and grace.

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  • Engage : Tools For Contemporary Evangelism – A Festschrift In Honor Of Dr.

    $39.99

    Be the leader and instrument God wants to use to change the world. Are you ready to engage?

    The emerging generation in today’s culture believes evangelism is wrong according to recent studies. Yet Scripture is clear: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19 ESV). So how do we lead people to Jesus in a church with members who think evangelism is wrong? And how do we connect people with Jesus in an ever-changing culture? How do we share Jesus in a multicultural world?

    Engage is a thorough guide to the daily ministry of sharing Christ with those in the world around you. This compilation handbook contains more than 30 chapters and covers effective evangelism to the elderly, children, and families while encouraging the church to become multicultural. Research and recommendations cover evangelism in various settings such as Sunday School, missions, and social justice situations to name a few. Become equipped to remind fellow believers of the New Testament context of evangelism, how morality can be engaged in evangelistic efforts, and lead others to understand the importance of prayer. This handbook covers these topics and so much more.

    Specifically, Engage offers you access to the research and tools you need to be equipped as you understand the:
    -Theology behind evangelism
    -Context of evangelism
    -Role of the pastor and individual as evangelist
    -Effective ways to reach children, the elderly, families and those marginalized by the church -Elements of effective public invitations

    If leading people to Jesus is your heart’s desire, Engage is the resource you need. Be the leader and instrument God uses to change the world. It’s time to engage in evangelism!

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  • Drop Your Nets And Follow Jesus

    $16.95

    The questions facing believers and sincere seekers in the Church universal account for the publication of this most needed book: “What does it mean to follow Jesus? What must I do to merit being called his disciple in this Third Millennium of Christianity? How can I live the Good News I have received and pass it on to future generations?” Each chapter presents through the lens of discipleship the building blocks of how to become spiritually mature by having the courage to drop whatever obstacles stand in the way of following the Lord. It considers in an experiential way the conditions for discipleship he himself lived to the full, among them, obedience, hope, joy, and fidelity. The chapters open with a thematic poem and end with a closing prayer, followed by questions for reflection. Each chapter invites readers to enter into personal reflection as well as to engage in small group faith sharing.

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  • 1 Soul At A Time

    $25.99

    The lively story of one of the most influential evangelists of all time.For more than five decades Billy Graham (1918-2018) ranked as one of the most influential voices in the Christian world. Nearly 215 million people around the world heard him preach in person or through live electronic media, almost certainly more than any other person. For millions, Graham was less a preacher than a Protestant saint. Graham preached his gospel message to every corner of the world, but he made his mark in other ways, too. He led evangelicals out of the cultural closet and taught them how to function in the public square. His approach changed over time, from militant anti-communism to a more irenic, progressive posture. And throughout his career his preaching continued to resonate, propelled by his powerful promise of a second chance.This narrative biography of Billy Graham shows how he, more than any other individual, helped create and shape the powerful post-World War II evangelical movement in the United States and around the world.

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  • Liquid Church : 6 Powerful Currents To Saturate Your City For Christ

    $18.99

    What’s the difference between a thriving Christ-centered church that’s saturating its city with the Gospel, and other churches that love the Lord, but are plateaued or declining? A key part of the answer lies in identifying new wineskins for ministry, ones that can earn a fresh hearing for the Gospel with spiritually thirsty generations.In a fluid, rapidly-changing world, every church struggles with finding fresh ways to win a hearing for Christ with the current generation. What worked 20, 10 or even 5 years ago too often loses its effectiveness as our world experiences a tsunami of cultural change, especially among the younger rising generations. Church leaders want to know not only how people are responsive today, but also why. They want to understand how leading churches are pouring the living water of Jesus Christ through new wineskins, and how some of the ideas, along with their underlying values, could work for them as well.Looking underneath Liquid Church’s phenomenal growth from a dozen people to more than 5,000 weekly attenders in 12 years, this book explains how this vibrant church has pioneered a number of ministry shifts that has resulted in strong cross-generational appeal. How does a church effectively saturate its community with the good news about Jesus without diluting the truth and power of the gospel? Lucas and Bird look at seven spiritual currents that churches can leverage to reposition themselves for community impact while holding fast to the timeless, unchanging truth of Christ. These shifts reflect national trends as well, and the authors include examples of how other churches are doing the same thing in different cultural contexts.

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  • Unlikely Converts : Improbable Stories Of Faith And What They Teach Us Abou

    $17.99

    Rely on the unstoppable power of the gospel, not your own words

    Most Christians have people in their lives who they’re sure will never come to faith. Whether they’re too committed to their sinful ways, too angry at God, or too quick to shut down any mention of the saving grace of Jesus, these long shots don’t seem worth approaching.

    But some of the most unlikely converts have the strongest faith stories, and they can be a source of incredible encouragement for Christians who are trying to evangelize those around them. Randy Newman knows firsthand the discomfort that comes with sharing the gospel. He’s been tongue-tied and timid too. But the truth is, we don’t need to sound like the brilliant, charismatic, legendary evangelists.

    In this book, Randy shares surprising conversion stories straight from those who took the long way around to Christianity. He considers current cultural trends that make evangelism more difficult today. Then with his characteristic upbeat style, he offers practical ways, and even exact wording, to proclaim the gospel and includes a plan of action.

    In the end, Unlikely Converts encourages us to remember that while the Great Commission requires us to share the good news, it does not require perfection, only confidence in the message.

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  • Go Forth : Toward A Community Of Missionary Disciples

    $22.00

    Through selections from his speeches, homilies, and other writings, this work presents Pope Francis’s vision of mission–his understanding of what church in a missionary key looks like. It shows how the central themes of his papacy are integrated around the theme of mission and how he seeks to move the whole church forward in a missionary direction–not simply developing the church’s thinking on mission.

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  • How To Present The Gospel To A Muslim

    $10.99

    Many Christians are not prepared to preach to others about Christ. The seeming unpreparedness has an underlying tone of fear to reach out to unbelievers. But we have been commanded to make all men his disciples, and this we must do. The testimony of the Quran about the Bible confirms that in Muhammad’s time, Christians and Jews coexisted in Arabia.

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  • Ignite : Carrying The Flame From The Upper Room To The Nations

    $12.99

    The remaining unreached people on earth will not be reached by a lukewarm church.

    It will take a prayer-filled and Christ-filled church.

    Ignite is brimming with kingdom-building prayer principles that have stood the test of time. Explore the five Upper Room miracles that are the marks of every healthy church, and learn field-tested strategies to mobilize missional prayer in your church, your family, and your own life.

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  • Unsaved Christian : Reaching Cultural Christianity With The Gospel

    $14.99

    What to do when they say they’re Christian but don’t know Jesus

    Whether it’s the Christmas and Easter Christians or the faithful church attenders whose hearts are cold toward the Lord, we’ve all encountered cultural Christians. They’d check the Christian box on a survey, they’re fine with church, but the truth is, they’re far from God. So how do we bring Jesus to this overlooked mission field?

    The Unsaved Christian equips you to confront cultural Christianity with honesty, compassion, and grace, whether you’re doing it from the pulpit or the pews. This practical guide will:
    *show you how to recognize cultural Christianity
    *teach you how to overcome the barriers that get in the way
    *give you easy-to-understand advice about VBS, holiday services, reaching “good people,” and more!

    If you’ve ever felt stuck or unsure how to minister to someone who identifies as Christian but still needs Jesus, this book is for you.

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  • Search N Rescue

    $14.99

    “Search and Rescue” is a practical guide to reaching people with the good news of Jesus Christ. Eddie has been teaching evangelism classes and leading outreaches for the past six years. As producer/director of Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron’s TV show, The Way of the Master, Eddie knows how to communicate deep truths in a way that is easy to grasp. Many Christians want to share the gospel with friends and family, but few actually do. Fear of rejection stifles many. Others don’t share Christ because they don’t know what to say. Drawing insight from the bible as well as personal experience, Eddie gives clear instruction on how to overcome the obstacles and share your faith.

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  • Gospel Witness : Evangelism In Word And Deed

    $33.50

    Verbally sharing the gospel is only part of evangelism, asserts author David Gustafson. We must also live out the good news, both as individuals and as communities. In this book Gustafson expertly lays out the foundations of and approaches to evangelism that are crucial for the church today.

    In light of our increasingly post-Christian Western contexts, Gustafson offers a mission-oriented ecclesiology that moves from missional theory to practices of missional engagement. Introduc-ing “God’s human drama” as a way to explain the gospel within God’s redemptive story, he outlines specific ways for pastors and church leaders to shape a “gospeling” culture within their congre-gations.

    Gustafson’s biblical, theological, historical, cultural, and practical approach will make this book an ideal text for evangelical pastors, professors, students, and Christian leaders.

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  • How To Bring Men To Christ

    $15.99

    Regardless of the angle the lost may use to try to justify why they remain in their sad condition, Torrey offers Scripture passages and biblical principles that have proven to reach even the most stubborn of the unsaved.

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  • Evangelism : A Firm Foundation For Effective Evangelistic Meetings

    $14.99

    Learn what evangelism is, what it should look like, and how to obtain the power to perform it, using this updated edition of a timeless classic to spur you on.

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  • Lay Evangelists Handbook

    $12.95

    Can you see yourself making converts?

    Very few books have ever been written to teach the mechanics of practical Catholic evangelization. Of the books available, none teach you a step-by-step method for actually cultivating an inquirer, then taking that inquirer all the way to the baptismal font… until now.

    Nobody is more qualified to teach Catholic evangelization than Joe Sixpack–The Every Catholic Guy. Joe Sixpack has made hundreds of converts since 1988 in small group and one-on-one venues, eighty-four of whom are his adult godchildren. Consequently, he is a virtual treasure trove of how-to-evangelize resources.

    In this book, Joe Sixpack will show you…
    *How to become one of God’s rock stars of evangelization
    *What the two primary obligations are for all Catholics that most people don’t know
    *How to begin the journey to becoming a saint
    *How to identify and acquire a good spiritual director
    *The actual mechanics of productive evangelization
    *The dangers of “nice Catholicism”
    *How to hear God laugh
    *Step-by-step what to do to win over a convert
    *Much, much more!

    The Lay Evangelist’s Handbook can show you everything you need to know about helping souls into the Catholic Church, while building a higher spot for yourself in heaven.

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  • Whole And Reconciled

    $24.00

    The ministry of reconciliation is the new whole in holistic ministry. It must be if the Christian mission is to remain relevant in our increasingly fractured world. This book offers a fresh treatment of holistic ministry that takes the role of reconciliation seriously, rethinking the meaning of the gospel, the nature of the church, and the practice of mission in light of globalization, post-Christendom, and postcolonialism. It also includes theological and practical resources for effectively engaging in evangelism, compassion and justice, and reconciliation ministries. Includes a foreword by Ruth Padilla DeBorst and an afterword by Ronald J. Sider.

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  • Getting Through To Jehovahs Witnesses

    $14.99

    Grace And Joy Publishing Title

    Do you want to share the gospel with Jehovah’s Witnesses but don’t know what to say? Have you tried to talk with them only to end up frustrated and going around in circles? The key to effective communication with Jehovah’s Witnesses is getting them out of their prepared presentations by approaching Bible discussion in ways they won’t expect. In this way, you can get them off autopilot and help them focus on what the Bible is really saying.

    This book will help you witness to Jehovah’s Witnesses by:
    *Relating the author’s personal experiences in a Watchtower “home Bible study”
    *Giving specific witnessing principles you need to follow to communicate effectively with Witnesses
    *Telling you what you need to know about the differences between the Watchtower religion and biblical Christianity
    *Sharing approaches which explain how to get through to Jehovah’s Witnesses by presenting specific Bible truths in unexpected ways

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  • Reluctant Evangelist : Moving From Cant And Dont To Can And Do

    $14.99

    1. The Evangelist Is The Lord
    2. The Evangelist Cares Because The Nations Are His
    3. The Evangelist Directs All Our Circumstances And Conversations
    4. The Evangelist Who Saves Through A Sacrificial Substitute
    5. The Evangelist Is Always There
    6. The Evangelist Transforms Rebels By His Grace
    7. The Evangelist Is Kinder Than Idols
    8. The Evangelist Will Judge Us All
    9. The Evangelist Calls Us All To Turn In Repentant Faith
    10. The Evangelist Has Promised To Relent
    11. The Evangelist Challenges Our Cultural Prejudices
    12. The Evangelist Is Full Of Compassion

    Additional Info
    Jonah is famous for being a reluctant evangelist. But God had other plans!

    If we’re honest, we are also often very reluctant when it comes to telling others about Jesus. We can learn from God’s dealings with Jonah about how to be effective for the Lord, whom we love and want to serve. We can move from can’t and don’t to can and do.

    Like Jonah we need learn to trust his awesome power (chapter 1), experience his sovereign grace (chapter 2), fear his coming judgment (chapter 3) and share his gut-wrenching compassion (chapter 4). All this is perfectly revealed in Jesus, the divine Evangelist, and as we look to him and as the Holy Spirit fills our hearts with his evangelistic compassion, our hearts will sing with the melodic line of Jonah, “Salvation comes from the LORD” (Jonah 2 v 11) and our lives will erupt with the evangelistic enterprise that our cities so desperately need.

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  • Finding Hope : In The Words Of John

    $9.99

    A Crossover Publications LLC Title

    Everyday we experience the affect of words. Words can make us happy and joyful, or words can make us sad and discouraged. The right words, at the right time, can elevate our soul and fill us with hope. But the wrong words at anytime can crush our spirit and leave us in despair. It can be our own words or it may be the words of others; because the power of words has a profound influence on our emotions. But, have we ever considered that words have the power to cleanse? Jesus told his disciples, “You are clean through the word which I have spoken.” When we read the words of Jesus, as written by John, we are touched to the depth of our being. His words are life. His words restore hope and peace. And His words have the power to transform our lives. His words lift and empower us, and His word will make us feel clean in a way that no other method of washing can accomplish. As you read the words in this book, you will experience fresh hope with a clean and renewed heart in the name that is above all names – Jesus Christ.

    When Pastor Temi, returned to the USA, from his trip to Nigeria, he told his Friday morning men’s group in Houston, Texas, about his time in Lagos, giving away Bibles and writing tablets. The people he visited loved to receive Bibles, notebooks and pencils to write with. Dr. Mooney was so inspired by Temi’s story that he asked, “What if the Bible and the notebook were the same book?” And that’s how it started. Over the course of that year, Dr. Mooney worked on a version of the Book of John, that could be read by Nigerians in their own country, and have a book that doubled as a notebook. This new book is being distributed throughout Nigeria and Africa, helping people Find Hope in the Words of John. All the proceeds from the eBook and the print version sold in the USA, are being used to provide free print versions for distribution in Nigeria. By purchasing this work, you have become part of a team of people dedicated to bringing Hope and the Gospel, to people in a thirsty land. Thank you for your purchase. We pray that you also, Find Hope in the words of John.

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  • Margins Of Islam

    $15.99

    What do you do when “Islam” does not adequately describe the Muslims you know? Margins of Islam brings together a stellar collection of experienced missionary scholar-practitioners who explain their own approaches to a diversity of Muslims across the world. Each chapter grapples with a context that is significantly different from the way Islam is traditionally presented in mission texts. These crucial differences may be theological, socio-political, ethnic, or a specific variation of Islam in a context but they all shape the way we do mission. This book will help you discover Islam as a lived experience in various settings and equip you to engage Muslims in any context, including your own.

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  • True Inclusion : Creating Communities Of Radical Embrace

    $14.99

    Discover how to move your church beyond mere welcome to radical embrace.

    So your church website says you’re welcoming, a rainbow flag flies out front, worship uses gender-inclusive language, and you make sure you greet the stranger next to you on Sunday mornings. But is all of that really enough? And what if those welcoming gestures actually keep visitors from returning and exclude dozens of other groups or people in your community?

    In True Inclusion, public theologian and pastor Brandan Robertson shares how to move your church from mere welcome to radical embrace. Pointing to a clear biblical imperative for radical inclusivity in the sanctuary and in the public square, Robertson presents a paradigm-shifting vision of community, “where nothing is simple, nothing is easy, but everything is beautiful.” Learn practical, step-by-step approaches to becoming deeply, robustly, and richly inclusive of all people regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, political affiliation, and socioeconomic status.

    Written for people and communities at every stage of the journey, True Inclusion will challenge and inspire you to embody a gospel of radical embrace for all.

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  • School Of Biblical Evangelism 101 Lessons

    $32.99

    In this School of Biblical Evangelism study course, you will learn how to share your faith simply, effectively, and biblically–the way Jesus did. Discover the God-given evangelistic tools that will enable you to confidently talk about your Lord and Savior.

    With 101 lessons, this course will help you to prove the authenticity of the bible, provide ample evidence for creation, understand the beliefs of cults and other religions, and learn how to reach both friends and strangers with the Gospel. Tremendous witnessing tool for individuals and for church evangelism classes.

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  • Refugee Diaspora : Missions Amid The Greatest Humanitarian Crisis Of The Wo

    $14.99

    Refugee Diaspora is a contemporary account of the global refugee situation and how the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ is shining brightly in the darkest corners of the greatest crisis on our planet. These hope-filled pages of refugees encountering Jesus Christ presents models of Christian ministry from the front lines of the refugee crisis and the real challenges of ministering to today’s refugees. It includes biblical, theological and practical reflections on mission in diverse diaspora contexts from leading scholars as well as practitioners in all major regions of the world.

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  • Healing Our Broken Humanity

    $24.00

    Foreword By Willie James Jennings
    Introduction: Nine Practices That Heal Our Broken Humanity
    1. Reimagine Church
    2. Renew Lament
    3. Repent Together
    4. Relinquish Power
    5. Restore Justice
    6. Reactivate Hospitality
    7. Reinforce Agency
    8. Reconcile Relationships
    9. Recover Life Together
    Epilogue: A Benediction And Prayer
    Acknowledgments
    Appendix One: Questions For Discussion And Engagement
    Appendix Two: The Nine Transforming Practices Accountability Form
    Appendix Three: Resources For Healing Our Broken Humanity
    Notes
    Index

    Additional Info
    We live in conflicted times. Our newsfeeds are filled with inequality, division, and fear. We want to make a difference and see justice restored because Jesus calls us to be a peacemaking and reconciling people. But how do we do this?

    Based on their work with diverse churches, colleges, and other organizations, Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Graham Hill offer Christian practices that can bring healing and hope to a broken world. They provide ten ways to transform society, from lament and repentance to relinquishing power, reinforcing agency, and more. Embodying these practices enables us to be the new humanity in Jesus Christ, so the church and world can experience reconciliation, justice, unity, peace, and love.

    With small group activities, discussion questions, and exercises in each chapter, this book is ideal to read together in community. Discover here how to bring real change to a dehumanized world.

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  • Amplify Your Message

    $9.99

    And (Jesus) said to them, ‘Go into all the world and proclaim the Gospel to the whole creation.’ Mark 16:15 (ESV)

    The need for proclaiming the Good News to the world has never been greater. Recent statistics reveal that 63% of Americans go to church less than once a month, and almost half of that group never set foot inside a church.

    That puts us in a dilemma. If those in need of the message of salvation through Jesus Christ aren’t coming to our churches, how do we reach them?

    How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are sent? Romans 10:14-15 (ESV)
    Salem Media Group has an answer: Radio.

    Nielsen Media Research–the world’s leader in media data–has found “traditional AM/FM terrestrial radio still retains its undiminished appeal for listeners; 91% of Americans, aged 12 and older, listen to this form of radio.”

    When radio is amplified with new technology, its reach is powerful. When matched with biblical preaching and teaching, God’s Kingdom expands. Not only are the lost led to salvation, they are drawn to your church, putting them where they need to be to become disciples.

    This book details how a local Salem Media radio platform can partner with your church to fulfill the Great Commission and grow your ministry.

    From the “why” to the “how,” we give you everything you need to prayerfully consider this opportunity to pierce the darkness in your community with the Light of the World.

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  • Evangelism In Europe

    $25.00

    VTR Publications
    To think Europe represents a challenge. A challenge that may seem foolish to take up, but which corresponds to a reality. Some great personalities accepted this challenge, just after World War II. It was really necessary to do something! As regards missiology, it took more than a half century to confront the task. It is time to meet our responsibilities. The gravity and extreme complexity of this challenge call for a deep awareness of the situation in Europe, an analysis of contemporary practices, a theological reflection on the spiritual condition of Europeans, the witness of old and new churches, and the nature of the Gospel that has to be announced.

    Profiting from an overview of Europe, we are at the same time aware of the particularities that each country presents. The commonalities and the differences will both shape the evangelistic approach adopted in each European country. Looking at the whole of Europe, we will also become more conscious of Europe’s specific challenges and opportunities.

    This is a considerable enterprise. Many have been engaged in it recently. The Network of evangelical missiologists in French speaking Europe (REMEEF) wants to make its modest contribution. It hopes that this book will be an encouraging read and provide the tools and innovative ideas for those eager to be Daniels and Calebs for our fellow Europeans.

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  • How To Win Souls And Influence People

    $3.99

    Wendy Potter shares “how” she witnesses to people in every walk of life. She also shares why she does it – to win souls because the King is coming, and she wants as many people as possible to experience the light and life of Jesus Christ.

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  • Disruptive Witness : Speaking Truth In A Distracted Age

    $17.00

    Introduction

    Part One: A Distracted, Secular Age
    1. The Barrier Of Endless Distraction
    2. The Barrier Of The Buffered Self
    3. Searching For Visions Of Fullness

    Part Two: Bearing A Disruptive Witness
    4. Disruptive Personal Habits
    5. Disruptive Church Practices
    6. Disruptive Cultural Participation
    Conclusion: Large And Startling Figures
    Notes

    Additional Info
    We live in a distracted, secular age.These two trends define life in Western society today. We are increasingly addicted to habits-and devices-that distract and “buffer” us from substantive reflection and deep engagement with the world. And we live in what Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor calls “a secular age”-an age in which all beliefs are equally viable and real transcendence is less and less plausible. Drawing on Taylor’s work, Alan Noble describes how these realities shape our thinking and affect our daily lives. Too often Christians have acquiesced to these trends, and the result has been a church that struggles to disrupt the ingrained patterns of people’s lives. But the gospel of Jesus is inherently disruptive: like a plow, it breaks up the hardened surface to expose the fertile earth below. In this book Noble lays out individual, ecclesial, and cultural practices that disrupt our society’s deep-rooted assumptions and point beyond them to the transcendent grace and beauty of Jesus.Disruptive Witness casts a new vision for the evangelical imagination, calling us away from abstraction and cliche to a more faithful embodiment of the gospel for our day.

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  • Mission Of The Body Of Christ

    $17.00

    Preface

    Part I: Jerusalem
    1. A Letter From An Old Friend
    2. Ascension
    3. Pentecost
    4. Flee To God
    5. Prayer For Boldness
    6. Ananias And Sapphira
    7. Gamaliel’s Wager
    8. Stephen And Saul
    9. Philip

    Part II: Paul Begins
    10. Paul Begins
    11. What God Has Made Clean
    12. A Room Full Of Gentiles
    13. Barnabas And Paul In Antioch
    14. Precious In The Sight Of The Lord

    Part III: The Missionary Journeys
    15. A Diverse And Sending Church
    16. There And Back Again
    17. The Jerusalem Council
    18. Come Over And Help Us
    19. The Philippian Precedent
    20. Concerning The Unknown God
    21. The Roads Good Friends Walk
    22. Artemis Of The Ephesians
    23. Looking East
    24. The Road To Jerusalem

    Part IV: Rome And Beyond
    25. The Nazarite Vow
    26. The Plot To Kill Paul
    27. Before Felix And Festus
    28. Before Herod Agrippa II
    29. Shipwreck
    30. Rome At Last
    31. On Earth As It Is In Heaven

    Notes

    Additional Info
    “God had not just sent his Messiah into the world. He had sent him to them. They were known. In all their guilt-intended and unintended-they were known and invited to find refuge in the grace of God, accomplished through the life, death, and resurrection of his Son. And the church continued to grow.”Jesus sent his followers into the world. Russ Ramsey’s dynamic narrative traces the journey of the early church with thirty-one daily readings through the book of Acts, as the people of God carried out Jesus’ mission as his ambassadors. This unlikely band of believers faced enormous challenges yet experienced God’s power and grace as they moved forward in the Spirit. Through this new community, a movement spread around the world that continues to this day.Come discover the transformation that energized the early church. And you too can play your part in the unfolding story.Also including The Advent of the Lamb of God and The Passion of the King of Glory, the Retelling the Story series explores the narrative arc of the Bible from Genesis through Revelation in compelling language that is faithful to the text of Scripture. The stories are told afresh to help readers hide God’s word in their hearts by way of their imaginations.

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  • Loving And Leaving A Church

    $20.00

    Barbara Melosh’s story was a common one. A second-career seminarian, she arrived at her first pastorate brimming with enthusiasm and high hopes. The blue-collar congregation to which she’d been called had a glorious past but an uncertain future. Certain that she could turn around its slow yet undeniable slide into decline, Melosh inaugurated a number of church growth and outreach programs. Most of these efforts had little effect, and the ones that did seem to work soon suffered reverse outcomes and eventual demise. In the end, Melosh had to conclude that the members of the congregation liked their church the way it was and that she could not drag them into a future they did not want.

    Yet while the congregation failed to change itself, Melosh notes, it succeeded in changing her. Simply put, it made her a pastor. At times heartbreaking and hilarious, Loving and Leaving a Church offers a glimpse into the challenges and opportunities of ministry in a mainline church.

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  • Evangelizing Parish

    $17.95

    Written by a highly respected cardinal and a former head of the Vatican office for worship and sacraments, this book shows how the local Catholic parish in any town has tremendous potential to evangelize its surrounding community. Francis Cardinal Arinze reveals the important roles of both priests and laity in spreading the Gospel within the parish and beyond.

    This work can help priests to realize the many great possibilities they have to be strong spiritual leaders and to inspire their parishioners to become committed and effective evangelists. It can awaken all the members of a parish to live and to share more zealously the saving power of Jesus Christ.

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  • Good News For A Change

    $15.99

    Imagine an atheist sending you regular prayer requests. Or your coworker grabbing you by the arm and asking you to stay late at work to talk about God just a bit longer. When Jesus talked about the Good News, people ran to him.

    We should expect the same response. Good News for a Change is about working together with Jesus to share the gospel in ways unique to each person’s situation.

    You will enjoy evangelism because it is a fun, deeply personal, community and person-oriented way to connect with people. You’ll be energized and focused on helping people discover why Jesus is good news for them.

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  • Prince And The Plan

    $17.99

    Written in words children as young as four can understand, The Prince and the Plan helps parents lead their children step by step into a lasting, saving relationship with Jesus.

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  • Biblical Christianity Is Evangelical

    $3.25

    The purpose of this little book is to show the biblical understanding of evangelical and Christianity. This is not a call to awakening, which is only possible by the work of the Holy Spirit. It is a call for Christians to engage in bold proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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  • Joyfully Spreading The Word

    $22.50

    Many Christian women view evangelism as an optional add-on to their Christian lives-which means it’s often neglected in the face of constant distractions, cultural discomfort, and busy schedules. And yet, God has called women to joyfully spread the good news in all the various contexts to which God has called them. It’s time for a renewed vision of the necessity, urgency, and practicality of the call to share the good news of Jesus in any situation. With a clear articulation of the message of the gospel alongside concrete personal stories and practical examples from ten women, this book supplies role models who show women how to faithfully and effectively share the gospel in any season of life.

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