In this world of iPods, the Internet, and instant messaging, are we communicating Christ's message in a culturally relevant way? Drawing on insights from evangelists, church leaders, and educators, Dawson examines the trends of evangelism in America; whether mass evangelism is still necessary; what role the local church should play; and where important opportunities are emerging. 192 pages, softcover from Baker.
Although the message of the Gospel never changes, our methods for communicating it need to adjust to an ever-changing audience. Evangelism Today helps believers, whether individually or in groups, share their faith in a culturally relevant way.
This book draws on insights from dozens of evangelists, church leaders, and educators to reveal present and future trends of evangelism in America. It explores whether evangelism is still needed and in what form, what the local church's role should be, and where the biggest evangelistic opportunities are emerging. Readers in any occupation or stage of life will gain a renewed passion for spreading the message of the cross from this practical and straightforward book.
Scott Dawson is founder of the Scott Dawson Evangelistic Association (SDEA), which hosts evangelistic outreaches such as Safe at Home. Dawson is part of the Next Generation Alliance, a partnership with the Luis Palau Evangelistic Association, and is involved with International Missions. He is the author of several books, including The Complete Evangelism Guidebook, and lives in Birmingham, Alabama.
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