Tag Archives: Evangelism

(Book Review) Reaching the Unreached

Exciting, funny, and bluntly convicting, this book will have you chuckling at an adventurous anecdote one moment and then cringing the next as a flaw within the church is pointedly called out. All the stops are pulled, and many of the church’s issues, especially those relating to missions, are addressed point-blank. But Jones doesn’t leave us in a lurch. He offers simple, difficult, practical advice on how we can turn our churches from a bunch of pews to a church describe in Acts.

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(Book review) Here Goes Nothing: An Introvert’s Reckless Attempt to Love Her Neighbor

Reviewed by: Rachel M. Pfeiffer, a Professional Writing student at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Here Goes Nothing: An Introvert’s Reckless Attempt to Love Her Neighbor Author: Kendra Broekhuis Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: February 28, 2017 Format: Hardcover book Length: 273 pages OVERVIEW Kendra Broekhuis is an introvert, so when she feels challenged to show love to her neighbors after she […]

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Faith is Like Skydiving

(Book Review) Faith Is Like Skydiving

This easy-to-use guide helps readers understand and defend the Christian faith better through the use of real-world analogies and personal examples. Faith Is Like Skydiving prepares readers for scientific, emotional, and philosophical challenges to their beliefs by offering arguments for Christianity that stem from many subject areas, including the origin of the universe, the life of Jesus, the presence of suffering and evil, the authenticity of Scripture, and miracles.

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