Conversational Evangelism Paperback

How to Listen and Speak So You Can Be Heard

by David Geisler; Norman Geisler;

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Conversational Evangelism

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Witnessing used to involve laying out the truth and guiding a person to understand and accept it. But the awareness of basic Christian principles has changed and so have the needs of pre-believers. With a passion for people, authors David and Norman Geisler share an engaging, conversational approach to evangelism as they address: what makes old models of witnessing ineffective in today's culture; why evangelism must start with relational pre-evangelism; how to ask questions, listen attentively, and understand what someone believes; ways to identify the real barriers to belief in order to build a bridge to truth; and, how to keep dialogue going with different personality types. This refreshing, practical resource is ideal for churches and individuals. Readers will discover how God uses their everyday encounters for great things when they switch from trying to witness effectively to effectively being a witness through communication and compassion.

Conversational Evangelism by David Geisler; Norman Geisler was published by Harvest House in March 2009 and is our 47982nd best seller. The ISBN for Conversational Evangelism is 9780736923996.

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Details for Conversational Evangelism

Page last updated 7th February 2014
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherHarvest House (March 2009)
Number of Pages224
Thickness14 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code1883378
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