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by Bill Hybels, Mark Mittelberg;
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Becoming a Contagious Christian
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Bill Hybels and Mark Mittelberg believe that effectively communicating our faith in Christ should be the most natural thing in the world. We just need encouragement and direction.
In Becoming a Contagious Christian, Hybels and Mittelberg articulate the central principles that have helped the believers at Willow Creek Community Church become a church known around the world for its outstanding outreach to unchurched people. Based on the words of Jesus and flowing from the firsthand experiences of the authors, Becoming a Contagious Christian is a groundbreaking, personalized approach to relational evangelism.
You will discover your own natural evangelism style, how to develop a contagious Christian character, to build spiritually strategic relationships, to direct conversations toward matters of faith, and to share biblical truths in everyday language. This landmark book presents a blueprint for starting a spiritual epidemic of hope and enthusiasm for spreading the Gospel.
Becoming a Contagious Christian by Bill Hybels, Mark Mittelberg was published by Zondervan in April 1996 and is our 2282nd best seller. The ISBN for Becoming a Contagious Christian is 9780310210085.
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|Page last updated||5th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Bill Hybels, Mark Mittelberg|
|Publisher||Zondervan (April 1996)|
|Number of Pages||224|