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  1. Becoming a Contagious Christian
    Becoming a Contagious Christian
    Bill Hybels, Mark Mittelberg
    Zondervan / 1996 / Trade Paperback
    $9.29 Retail: $15.99 Save 42% ($6.70)
    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 23 Reviews
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  1. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    January 21, 2009
    Faye Jones
    The book is such a blessing. I am teaching the complete course to our church on Wednesday nights. It is important to share our faith with others!!! Jesus died for our sins. Everyone is precious in God's sight. It is our job to carry the Gospel to the world.Matthew 28:18-20 is the great commission to us. The authors are trully gifted in the proper way to share Evangelism. Be a contagious Christian. Make others want what you have in Jesus Christ by having a love for people that the world may not understand. The book helps you to see the style you have and how you can share your faith by being yourself.It is a program every church should provide their congregation. Go be a CONTAGIOUS Christian.
  2. Age: 25-34
    Gender: male
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    December 30, 2008
    Brandan Jones
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: male
    Overall I liked this book. It has many good points. I especially like Hybells' formula HP+CP+CC=MI. It makes sense. I also like his foundation that everyone is someone that God loves and died for. This rang true with me due to God revealing to me in another way. What I do not like, however, is the motivation given for witnessing and evangelizing. The emphasis for motivating Christians to become contagious Christians revolves mostly around self-gratification, such as adventure, joy, making one closer to God, and improving one's knowledge of the bible. While these are all good and things to be desired, they should not be the central reason for witnessing and evangelizing. I also did not care for the authors' losely interpreted rehashing of scriptures.The central reason should be that sinners are sinners, and if they do not repent they will go to hell. The authors do make this clear; however, it's toward the end and not discussed in nearly enough detail. Things I think Christians can take away from this book are that God loves and died for everyone. We should think of everyone with this in mind. The formula the authors gave is true of evangelizing and people taking us seriously. We must be actively seeking God, bringing ourselves into close proximity to those who need to hear the gospel, and clearly communicating it to them. Perhaps the most important piece of knowledge to be gleaned from the book is that conversion can take years. Some people do not readily accept the gospel; however, through continued, Spirit-led evangelism we can have a drastic impact on people for years to come.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    June 27, 2008
    Kris Arndt
    This book is great. Every church show be having classes using this book. It tells how to get others to the Lord by just being yourself. Read it and see.
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 12, 2007
    Elaine Trotter
    This is a wonderful tool for discipling yourself and others to share the gospel in an authentic way. It helps you realize what your style of evangelism is and how to be comfortable with your own style.
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 3, 2002
    Eb Jackson
    The emphasis of Bill Hybels ministry is to attract the unchurched who are seeking answers. This book builds on that practice and teaches the reader how to do the same. The author reminds us that Jesus came to heal the sick, not the healthy. Hybels will teach you how to share the gospel naturally, without intimidating the unsaved.[Because this online service offers shipping discounts for purchasing multiple titles, I encourage to take advantage of that offer by getting the following book(s) that have been a blessing to me, personally.] Also recommended: THE PRAYER OF HANNAH by Kenn Gividen -|- This book has a surprise ending, unusual for non-fiction! In a stroke of genius, the author weaves a hidden message in his book, only revealed by the last footnote on page 127.
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