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Don Everts paints a picture of following Jesus by looking at the experiences of the earliest Christians. He recounts what happened, what they believed, what they did next and what it all might mean for us today.
Becoming a follower of Jesus can be as dramatic as welcoming a newborn baby. Discover here the wonder of birth and the joy of being alive in Christ.
Number of Pages: 152
Vendor: Inter-Varsity Press
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 4.25 (inches)|
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Everts books have the ability to engage both Christian and non-Christian readers. He presents glimpses of Jesus and slices of His life that demonstrate the many facets of Jesus personality and ministry. Christians get a fuller picture of their loving Savior while non-Christians become drawn to this compassionate and righteous stranger.
In Getting Your Feet Dirty, Everts target audience is new believers and those who are not quite sure if this following Jesus idea is for them. He uses Acts 2 to walk his readers through some basic concepts of Christianity. Everts avoids using Christian lingo that would be foreign to new believers, while providing many examples and references that can be easily understood by those with limited or no Christian background. He masterfully breaks down each concept while presenting an honest, straight-forward depiction of the joys and challenges of following Christ.
With its no-nonsense approach and thorough presentation of the Christian walk, Getting Your Feet Dirty is an exceptional evangelistic tool. Its compact size will not be intimidating to those who dont consider themselves readers, and Everts casual, friend-to-friend style leads the reader instead of pushing. He concludes with a brief section of discussion and evaluation questions aimed at the church and mature Christians wanting to help encourage new converts and evangelize non-believers. Jeff Friend, Christian Book Previews.com
Servitude3 Stars Out Of 5An inspirational look at discipleshipJune 24, 2011ServitudeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4The 20th century church needs to move back to the church of Peter and the appostle. This book is a great transport.
Pastor Enoch David N.4 Stars Out Of 5May 15, 2007Pastor Enoch David N.From the preview, I can say the book is a must read for every child of God as you must get down to earth with Jesus if we must follow him and the only way is to get our feed dirty that He may make us clean.
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