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July 22, 2016
As Christians many of us born into the church, we have our own vocabulary. Metaphors make abstract concepts easier to understand. This pamphlet takes words like life and death and uses common experiences in our life to help people to connect to concepts of religion. As a voice for foster children one metaphor important to me at this time is family. Through Jesus, believers become part of the family of God. We are adopted and have the full rights of a son. Orphans represent life apart from God without His love. Now anyone who in Christ can call upon God and He is their Abba, "Daddy." Other pairings of the metaphor uses Relationships of friend and enemy. Charts are colorful and clearly define the elements of the metaphors: positive and negative followed by several Biblical illustrations. The writers approach was fresh and new to me and gave me much information to process. I received this PDF from Rose Publishing for honest opinion. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255
In 2 Timothy 4:5, The Apostle Paul told Timothy to "do the work of an evangelist." Evangelism is crucial to the Christian faith, our local church and, most importantly, to the kingdom of heaven; which is why I enjoyed reading Rose Publishing's 24 Ways to Explain the Gospel.
This pamphlet serves as a great reference guide when preparing to engage in ministry and evangelism. What I most enjoyed about 24 Ways to Explain the Gospel is its complete biblical approach. As we share the Gospel message with friends, family, co-workers and potential converts, it is extremely important that we remain faithful to the foundation of the Christian faith; which is the Word of God. So I highly recommend this product for outreach groups as well as individual study.