Becoming A Contagious Christian DVD
by Mark Mittleberg; Lee Strobel; Bill Hybels
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Releasing the hidden evangelist in every Christian.
Picture all of your church members as evangelists who: Demonstrate a contagious Christian character … Build spiritually strategic relationships … Direct conversations toward matters of faith … Communicate their faith in a style that's personal and natural … Explain biblical truths in a style that's personal and natural … Explain biblical truths in everyday language … Respond to the most common objections to Christianity.
Becoming a Contagious Christian is a proven course designed to equip believers for effective evangelism in today’s world. It avoids stereotyped approaches that feel intimidating to many Christians. Instead, it shows ordinary believers how they can share the gospel in a natural and powerful way while being the person God made them to be.
Each session’s exercises, discussions, self-assessments, and video vignettes give step-by-step guidance to help participants become effective communicators for Christ to those around them. Used with nearly 1,000,000 people—Becoming a Contagious Christian is an innovative and unparalleled program for training Christians in relational evangelism.
Becoming a Contagious Christian works with any size group, it includes 6 sessions (flexible format) of 50mins each on 2 DVDs.
Becoming A Contagious Christian DVD by Mark Mittleberg; Lee Strobel; Bill Hybels was published by Zondervan in March 2007 and is our 4342nd best seller. The ISBN for Becoming A Contagious Christian DVD is 025986257880.
|Page last updated||13th October 2009|
|Author / Artist||Mark Mittleberg; Lee Strobel; Bill Hybels|
|Publisher||Zondervan (March 2007)|