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If we’re honest none of us find evangelism easy. We’re told we should do it, we might know that we should be doing it, but the reality is often too scary.
Paul Williams is realistic about our fear and guilt, but with gentleness he shows us that the key to banishing our fear isn’t complex and clever answers, but rather to take our friends to the person of Jesus.
He gives practical examples of how we can naturally and thoughtfully share how Jesus answers, and is the answer to commonly asked questions. Paul also shares how this simple model has led to greater confidence and joy in his own evangelism. This can be our joy too!
‘This book deals beautifully with the fear of evangelism by enabling the reader to see that it’s possible to be on the “front foot” when sharing the gospel. His encouragement to keep our focus on what Jesus says as opposed to more abstract debating points is terrific… A really great read for anyone nervous about evangelism.’ ~ Graham Daniels, Christians in Sport
About the author.
Canon Paul Williams is the vicar of Christ Church Fulwood, Sheffield. He used to work in the newspaper industry and is the co–author of If You Could Ask God One Question.
|Dimensions||174 × 110 × 10 mm|
Williams, Paul, (Author), Reeves, Michael, (Editor)
10Publishing (2016), Edition: First Edition, 112 pages