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Evangelism is joyfully intoxicating, the real business of life, pursuing lost people. It is telling good news and helping people exchange their religion for a relationship. Evangelism is following the example of Jesus, washing feet, being yourself. It is sharing your story, working together, and leaving a legacy.
Dave Earley is chairman of the Department of Pastoral Ministries and Church Expansion as well as director of the Center for Ministry Training and director of the Center for Church Planting at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in Lynchburg, Virginia.David Wheeler is a North American Mission Board national missionary and associate director of the Center for Church Planting at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.
Table of Contents
|Joyfully Intoxicating||p. 3|
|The Real Business of Life||p. 11|
|Obedience to the Great Commission||p. 17|
|The Supreme Challenge of This Generation||p. 26|
|Pursuing Lost People||p. 35|
|Shaking and Shining||p. 44|
|Telling Good News||p. 53|
|Helping People Become Good Enough||p. 60|
|Leading People to True Conversion||p. 69|
|A Process Leading to an Event||p. 77|
|Spiritual Farming||p. 85|
|Helping People Lose Their Religion||p. 93|
|Being a Missionary, Not a Mission Field||p. 101|
|Releasing a Virus||p. 110|
|Following the Example of Jesus||p. 121|
|Not Following the Example of the Disciples||p. 129|
|Cooperating with the Holy Spirit||p. 138|
|Washing Feet||p. 147|
|Spiritual Warfare||p. 156|
|Praying Prodigals Home||p. 165|
|Being Yourself||p. 172|
|A Lifestyle||p. 181|
|Winning Three Battles so Jesus Can Win the War||p. 188|
|Reaching People Through Relationships||p. 196|
|Hanging Out with a Purpose||p. 204|
|Incarnational Living||p. 212|
|Being the Change You Wish to See in the World||p. 220|
|Learning to Listen||p. 228|
|Kmpathy with Action||p. 235|
|Sharing Your Story||p. 245|
|Sharing Jesus Without Fear||p. 252|
|Sharing Your Recovery Testimony||p. 260|
|Answering Common Questions Seekers Ask||p. 268|
|Giving a Logical Defense of Your Faith||p. 276|
|Asking for a Response||p. 283|
|Creating Opportunities for Gospel Conversations||p. 299|
|Working Together||p. 307|
|A Family Affair||p. 315|
|Leaving a Legacy||p. 324|
|Sample Methods for Sharing Your Faith||p. 331|
|Ten Reasons to Plant a Church||p. 338|
|Evangelism in the Early Church||p. 350|
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