Heartbeat of Evangelism
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Heartbeat of Evangelism by Harold Peasley

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Published by Ambassador-Emerald International .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Christianity - Evangelism,
  • Christian Ministry - Evangelism,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Evangelism

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12188471M
ISBN 101889893323
ISBN 109781889893327
OCLC/WorldCa56697212

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  Explore how the heart of evangelism is the posture of the evangelist towards God! Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Kindle Customer. out of 5 stars Must have for everyone. Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase. This is a great book and great read. I helps talking about the gospel not seem like such a /5(20). Best book I've read thus far on evangelism. Having Barrs as a professor is the best but his writing captures his heart so well that it's a close second. The book is informative, challenging, and motivating. It is far more about cultivating a heart for evangelism than burdening us with the daunting task of evangelism/5. The Heart of Evangelism is divided into four sections. In section one, Barrs walks through the New Testament to see how individual Christians have been called to evangelism, and what this means for our lives. Section two discusses God’s passion for evangelism in spite of our reluctance. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

You can learn to witness comfortably in your own circumstances so that sharing Christ doesn't feel like a chore. And as you watch God work in the lives of others and see the great blessings He brings, you'll discover what a privilege it is to live out the heart of evangelism: truly loving others to Christ. All Christians are called. Called to love God with all that we are. Called to serve Him. Called to reach out to the lost. However, if we are honest, the majority of us would admit that we find this last calling the most difficult. While we gladly support the evangelistic ministries of others, many of us feel discouraged by our own attempts at witnessing because our memorized approaches don't 5/5(1). Evangelism, the very heart of Christianity, is the theme of primary importance to those called to herald God's last warning to a doomed world. We are in time's closing hours, and the Advent message, proclaimed to make ready a people prepared for our Lord's return, must swell to a loud cry reaching the uttermost parts of the earth. Ev   Chapter 6 from The Fuel and the Flame by Steve Shadrach. The Fuel and the Flame is a book about college ministry. In it lies one of the best chapters I have ever read on evangelism. Shadrach goes through the many ways to expose people to the gospel and reveals his evangelism and ultimately ministry strategy.

“Evangelism is the heartbeat of the church, and that of the biblically informed Christian, because it is the heartbeat of God. Brother Pelfrey has given us a practical, passionate, and persuasive volume on why and how to do evangelism. I pray this book will result in many coming to know Christ.”. Buy a cheap copy of The Heart of Evangelism book by Jerram Barrs. All Christians are called. Called to love God with all that we are. Called to serve Him. Called to reach out to the lost. However, if we are honest, the majority of Free shipping over $ This book shows that the heartbeat of evangelism is indeed "keeping the Main Thing, the Main Thing." In a nutshell, the Main Thing is the attempt to spread the Good News of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ to all mankind. It simply means to evangelize! Jesus the Evangelist is a delightful and challenging combination of reformed theology and evangelism from the heart of a thoughtful and passionate pastor. Within GES circles most would question anything delightful coming from reformed theology.