Adam Hamilton Sessions :
•Session 1 - Leadership
•Session 2 - Worship
•Session 3 - Evangelism
Author: Graham, Billy
Explains the revelation of Jesus Christ to his servant John: God's plan to save our fragile island home from destruction and a practical, personal agenda for each of us to join him in that most urgent task.
Author: Willow Creek
Designed with both you and your students in mind. Everything you'll need to help students discover and develop and discover their unique evangelism styles. Includes and Evangelical Styles Assessment; activities for individuals, partners, and small groups; and video dramas that model and bring to life the evangelistic skills students can use every day. Included: Video cassette, Student's Guide, Leader's Guide, and PowerPoint Presentation on CD-ROM.
Author: Mittelberg, Strobel and Hybels
Releasing the hidden evangelist in every Christian. A Proven course designed to equip believers for effective evangelism in today's world, showing ordinary believers how they can share the Gospel in a natural and powerful way while being the person God made them to be. Each session's exercises, discussions, self-assessments and video vignettes give step-by-step guidance to help participants become effective communicators for Christ to those around them. For small to large groups,...
Author: Hollis, James W. Jr.
Ministry of evangelism designed for the local church, led by laity, proactively involved in the community and grounded in a deep spiritual vision of the love of Christ and the guidance of the Holy Spirit. 6 hands-on training sessions.
Author: Miller, Herb
Step-by-step plan to inspire a change in your congregation's evangelistic success. Includes a preparation phase, a 10-step action phase and a continuing action phase.
When is it appropriate to visit prospective church members? How can ewe set up an evangelistic calling program in our community? What's the best way to call on inactive church members? These questions and more are answered in this concise, readable manual.
This national mission resource is the result of careful work and planning done by the GBGM to assure and guide the work of United Methodists among Asian Americans.
Author: Klaiber, Walter
Discussion about evangelism and contemporary theology, reawakening the church's missionary mandate. Offers Biblical ground of a theology of evangelism. Solid sustenance.
Author: Braden and Clement
In 7 practical sessions, training for a visitation program that combines evangelism with in-depth training in the skills of caregiving. Leader's Guide and Participant's Workbook.
Author: Hunter, George G. III
A rebirth of the apostolic way. Shows that there is an apostolic way for a congregation to live out the gospel.
Author: Perry, John D. Jr.
All aspects of the coffee house ministry - its theological grounds, its mechanical details, its daily operation - are covered in this book.
Author: Clement, Shirly F.
A combination of biblical and contemporary stories of people who met the living Christ, experienced transformation in their lives, and were so excited they told others to "come and see" this Jesus. By studying and reflecting on these stories, you become better able to tell your own faith story and invite others to "come and see."
Author: Escamilla, Roberto
Presents the Denman lectures delivered at Kansas City, MO on January 5-8, 1998 under the auspices of the Foundation for Evangelism. Invitational evangelism is about allowing God's grace to heal the soul and the body. Tackles how to relate evangelism, invitation and healing, how to communicate the gospel in the postmodern world, and invitational preaching.
Author: Dudley, Carl S.
Congregations called to community ministry will find invaluable tools here. Defines and describes simple steps and offers dozens of illustrations. This 4-step model for effectively reaching a community has been tried and found true by real congregations in concrete places among real people.
Author: Walker, Chrsitopher C.
Connects Evangelism with theology. Offers 4 current theological options for evangelism which influence the church today. After evaluating them, you can connect the Spirit to 5 intense needs in secular persons and do responsible, secular evangelism.
Author: Dunnam, Maxie
The 1992 Denman Lectures. Proclaims the congregational basis of holistic evangelism. Tells a story of the congregation as the "people of God" and the "Body of Christ" - the living witness in word and deed of the whole gospel, for the whole person, to the whole world.
Author: Wingeier, Douglas E.
8 stories in this book help you look at 8 different paths that persons take as they come into a relationship with Christ. Based on many interviews, the author identified 2 primary relationships: Personal experience and Corporate experience. There are 4 typical paths within either personal or communal faith. Includes study questions for groups or individuals to help you examine your own story.
Author: Parker and Taylor-Thirus
A set of 3 VHS tapes: presentations made at an October 2001 workshop in Wilmington, Mass. The presenters are Clinton E. Parker, Director of Evangelization and Church Growth at the General Board of Global Ministries and Francine Taylor-Thirus, Director of Revitalization and Ethnic Local Church Concerns at the General Board of Discipleship. 2 copies.
Author: Green, Michael
With equal devotion to theology and evangelism, this book studies the first two centuries of the Church's evangelistic efforts, failings and successes. It was the very life blood of the early Christians, and day by day the Lord added to their number those whom he was saving. It could happen again, if the Church were prepared to pay the price.