"When it comes to evangelism, converting the sinner is God's role," says author Ramesh Richard. "Communicating the gospel is the role of the evangelist." But how is that done effectively? This is the simple resource for evangelistic preaching. Using principles rooted in his seven-step Scirpture Sculpture Method, Dr. Richard guides you through the foundation, framework, method and special issues of preaching salvation. This practical guide includes helpful appendices, outlines and checklists for pastors, seminarians and church leaders, as well as the divine call to Christian proclaimation, types of evangelistic ministry, and ideas for delivering sermons based on text, audience or topic.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 256 Vendor: Baker Publication Date: 2005
Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 (inches) ISBN: 0801065747 ISBN-13: 9780801065743 Availability: In Stock
When it comes to evangelism, converting the sinner is God's role. Communicating the gospel is the role of the evangelist. But how is this done effectively? Preachers everywhere want to know.
In this follow-up to Preparing Expository Sermons, Ramesh Richard offers a simple, do-it-yourself resource for preparing and delivering evangelistic sermons. Incorporating a seven-step process, this book guides readers through the foundation, framework, method, and special issues of evangelistic preaching. With six appendices that provide relevant information, outlines, and checklists, Preparing Evangelistic Sermons is ideal for students of evangelism, preachers, and ministry leaders who seek a better way to proclaim Christ to others.
Ramesh Richard, (Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary, Ph.D., University of Delhi) leads Ramesh Richard Evangelism and Church Helps (RREACH) International and teaches expository preaching at Dallas Theological Seminary. He lives in Richardson, Texas.