Michael Green draws from a lifetime's experience in this seminal work on the theory and practice of evangelism. The best means of communicating effectively the good news of Christ is through the local church, he contends. He seeks here to stimulate vision and remove the hang-ups which so often accompany the very mention of evangelism. "Here is down-to-earth, tested wisdom, set forth with mature expertise and British brilliance, on the strategically vital theme of turning every Christian congregatio into an active evangelistic unit. I do not know any manual on congregational evangelism that is half as good as this one." -J. I. Packer "Out of his rich experience as pastor, evangelist, and theologian, Michael Green has given us a magnificent book packed full of nuggets of truth and practical advice. This should be must reading for all those concerned for evangelism in the loca church." -Leighton Ford Michael Green is the highly respected author of more than fifty books. He has been Principal of St. John's College, Nottingham, Rector to St. Aldate's Church Oxford, and Professor of Evangelism and New Testament at Regent College, Vancouver. He now serves as Senior Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University.