Setting Hearts on Fire: A Guide to Giving Evangelistic Talks
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In this book, John Chapman passes on the skills of his craft. He explains how telling people the gospel of Jesus Christ requires us to be servants of the Word itself and servants of the people. Were not our hearts burning within us while he talked with us on the road and opened the Scriptures to us? (Luke 24:32) Anyone who explains the good news of Jesus Christ to others hopes that this will be the result – that hearts will be set on fire by the message, and that repentance and faith will follow. In this book, which is the fruit of his 40 years experience as an evangelist, John Chapman passes on the skills of his craft. He explains how telling people the gospel of Jesus Christ requires us to be servants: servants of the Word itself (to understand it accurately), and servants of the people (to explain it clearly). Whether you are a person who teaches the Bible in a Sunday school class, a small group Bible study, scripture at school, a teenage fellowship group or through preaching sermons, then this book is for you. In his inimitable way, ‘Chappo’ shows you, step by step, how to prepare and deliver a talk that clearly explains the gospel of Jesus Christ.
|Dimensions||200 × 134 × 19 mm|
Chapman, John, (Author)
Matthias Media (1999), Edition: First Edition, 230 pages