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This book will restore your enthusiasm for evangelism, will give you a ready defense of the gospel, and the power is emphasized as the redemptive work of Jesus Christ on the cross. Good for use as an evangelistic's tool.
Miller both challenges and inspires as he shows us how to overcome powerlessness in bearing witness for Christ.
C. John Miller taught practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, was Director of World Harvest Mission and led mission trips to several countries. He was the founding pastor of New Life Presbyterian Church, outside Philadelphia, from which grew several other congregations. His other books include Powerful Evangelism for the Powerless, Come Back Barbara, A Faith Worth Sharing, and Repentance and Twentieth Century Man. Barbara Miller Juliani is a Bible teacher, editor, and conference speaker. After earning her M.S. from Stanford University, she taught junior high and, with her husband, Angelo, founded the youth ministry at New Life Presbyterian Church, Glenside, Pennsylvania. The Julianis have four children.
If youve grown tired of books about evangelism,read this one. Christ will use this book to restore your enthusiasm and astonishment at the gospel, and he will re-send you to the lost. . . . must reading for tired and bored evangelists.
We need this book for our day. In a time when there is grave concern about the defense of the gospel, we must remember that the best defense is a strong offense. . . . This is a book that will compel you to actionbut that action will be, first of all, to go to your knees.
Jack Miller has established this message . . . not on human determination or manmade strategies, but on the omnipotence of Christ. The power, he emphasizes, is the redemptive work of Jesus on the cross . . . Millers instructive manual for witnessing should provide great assistance and guidance to every serious Christian worker.
Jack Miller has given us a heart-searching, soul-stirring reminder that evangelism is the responsibility of the whole church, not just the professional evangelist. He doesnt just leave us feeling guilty, though. He tells us simply and practically what to do about it. I highly recommend this book.