Tag Archives: Evangelism

(Book review) Seven Practices for the Church on Mission

In this pocketbook, Fitch expertly unpacks seven of the most important practices for the modern church. He draws examples from the Bible to bring the gospel into the everyday lives of Christians in the twenty-first century. The author explains what it looks like to engage with these practices by using a metaphor of three concentric circles—the close circle, the dotted circle, and the semi-circle—to share how the practices affect day to day life in many social groups.

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(Book review) The Power of the 72

If you are terrified by the idea of sharing your faith with your friends and even the strangers around you every day, then this book is not for you. However, if you are a Christian with a heart that desires to see the world embrace the good news of the gospel, then this book is a must-read.

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(Book review) Talking about God: Honest Conversations about Spirituality

Reviewed by: Jaci Gorrell, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Talking about God: Honest Conversations about Spirituality Author: Steve & Cheri Saccone Publisher: NavPress Publication Date: January 2018 Format: Print Book Length: 212 pages OVERVIEW At this moment, within millions of coffee shops, homes, workplaces, and restaurants, there are conversations happening between friends. These conversations are a […]

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(Book review) Messy Church

Reviewed by: Allyson M. Hutchison, professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: Messy Church Author: Lucy Moore and Jane Leadbetter Publisher: InterVarsity Press Publication Date: 2017 Format: print book Length: 205 pages OVERVIEW Messy Church is a monthly, weeknight church service with the goal of fostering a stronger community in a church body. These services have […]

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