Sharing the Gospel with Ease: How the Love of Christ Can Flow Naturally from Your Life
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Sharing the Gospel with Ease: How the Love of Christ Can Flow Naturally from Your Life  -     By: Thom S. Rainer

Sharing the Gospel with Ease: How the Love of Christ Can Flow Naturally from Your Life

Tyndale House / 2022 / Hardcover

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Best-selling author Rainer answers the question, "Why is it so difficult to share our love of Christ?" Learn why we hesitate. Identify common objections and how to respond confidently and gracefully. Discover the three greatest barriers to communicating the Gospel and how to overcome them. Then watch how God works through us to draw others to him! 192 pages, hardcover from Tyndale.

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Title: Sharing the Gospel with Ease: How the Love of Christ Can Flow Naturally from Your Life
By: Thom S. Rainer
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 180
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 7.0 X 5.0 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 1496461800
ISBN-13: 9781496461803
Series: Church Answers Resources
Stock No: WW461802

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Discover a Natural Way to Share the Love of Christ.
Think about an incredibly joyful event in your life. Perhaps you got a job you desperately wanted or you were really proud of something you made. Do you remember how you couldn’t wait to talk about it? You were willing and eager to have a conversation about it with anyone who would listen! Why doesn’t our excitement for Jesus overflow from our lives in a similar and natural way?

In this book, Thom Rainer explores what makes so many Christians hesitant to talk about the greatest news the world has ever heard. There are real obstacles, challenges, and fears, but God is bigger and stronger than these hurdles. His compassion extends to all who wander, and He wants to show them His love through the lives of His people.

With this helpful guide, you will
  • Discover why it is so difficult to share the greatest news in the world
  • Identify common objections that are difficult to answer and learn how to respond to them gracefully
  • Learn about the three biggest barriers to talking to your friends and neighbors about the gospel and how to bypass those obstacles
  • See how God loves to work through our lives to draw others to Himself

Editorial Reviews

Rainer (a minister, podcaster, former CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources, and author of the Church Answers website) has created a guidebook hoping to inspire readers to become evangelists, witnesses to the love of God, and the saving grace of Jesus Christ. His message is simple, folksy, and full of engaging examples. The book feels directed toward an Evangelical audience but may be inspiring to Christians of all denominations. Drawing on his own experience as a minister, Rainer gives examples of how even ministers can struggle with the great commission to “go and make disciples of all the nations.” What is powerful in his witness is the acknowledgement that successful evangelization isn’t about scholarship and study as much as it is about how we live our faith. Rainer opens a profoundly non-denominational door by reminding readers that the great commission literally says not go make disciples, but as you are going—that, whether at work, school, or a store, one is always called to be a witness to the love of God.

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