Tag Archives: Evangelism

Palau: A Life on Fire: The Spiritual Memoir of Luis Palau

As Palau moves into the book’s last section, reflecting on the Church’s role in evangelism and how Christians can better work together, he creates a compelling image of how the Church can still accomplish great things today. A truly excellent book.

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The Reluctant Witness: Discovering the Delight of Spiritual Conversations

Calling the Christian to action, awareness, and self-inspection to see where each individual is avoiding the Spirit’s call on their life.

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You Found Me

This book will radically change how readers view evangelism and American Christianity, opening them up to new evangelism opportunities.

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(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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