101 Tips for Evangelism: Practical Ways to Enhance Your Witness

by R. Larry Moyer


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Retail: $14.95
Size: 5 x 8 inches
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 150
Pub Date: January 2017
ISBN: 9781619708846
ISBN-13: 9781619708846
Item Number: 708846
Categories: Christian Living; Missions and Evangelism
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Product Description

Everyone can evangelize!

101 Tips for Evangelism is for every believer who has ever wondered how best to share the good news. Whether you need tips on how to get started, a guide to the gifts and talents that evangelism puts into practice, or even a reminder of the basic message and goal of evangelism, this book will be your guide. Even the most timid Christian will find encouragement to be a pure-hearted and well-prepared messenger for Christ. Built on a strong biblical foundation and brimming with hard-won wisdom, 101 Tips for Evangelism is a powerful companion to those desiring to speak the truth in love.

Some tips include:
• Your attitude—not your ability to argue—accomplishes the most
• Tell unbelievers what you know; don’t try to explain what you don’t know
• View your next opportunity as a person, not a project
• No matter how much experience you’ve had, remain teachable
• Talk to God while you talk to the other person

The more you grow in the grace and the knowledge of Christ, the more you feel equipped to speak to the lost.

Author Bio

Dr. R. Larry Moyer, founder and CEO of EvanTell, is a frequent speaker in evangelistic outreaches, training seminars, churches, and classrooms across the world. He has earned degrees from Cairn University (BS), Dallas Theological Seminary (ThM), and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (DMin). In 2001, Cairn University also awarded him the honorary doctor of sacred theology degree. He is an evangelistic speaker for EvanTell’s Evangelism events, designed to equip believers in evangelism and to reach non-Christians. He has published 12 books. He is a regular guest lecturer in evangelism at Word of Life Bible Institutes in New York and Florida and visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary. Dr. Moyer and his wife reside in a suburb of Dallas, Texas. They have one grown son who is married.