Evangelism Remixed Paperback
Empowering Students for Courageous and Contagious Faith
by Dave Rahn; Terry D. Linhart;
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In this thought-provoking, yet practical book, youth workers will be reminded of the importance of helping students develop to the point where they naturally influence others for Christ in their everyday lives. Evangelism Remixed offers principles that enable youth workers to evaluate their ministrys evangelism effectiveness and provides step-by-step tools to help them put the concepts into real-life practice, including the importance of the role of adults as mentors and incorporating prayer into the process.
Dave Rahn is the vice president and chief ministry officer for Youth for Christ/USA and continues to direct the MA in youth ministry leadership for Huntington University. A youth ministry researcher, author, and leadership strategist, Dave now guides a team whose focus is to coach, train, resource, and serve Youth for Christ men and women from all over the country who lead nearly 2,100 community-based relational outreach ministries among teenagers.
Terry Linhart is a veteran youth worker who teaches at Bethel College, in Indiana, where he also serves as the dean of the School of Religion and Philosophy. His research and writing has focused on short-term missions and multicultural ministry. He is the author of Middle School Talksheets: Life of Christ and High School Talksheets: Life of Christ.
Evangelism Remixed by Dave Rahn; Terry D. Linhart was published by Zondervan in June 2009 and is our 61702nd best seller. The ISBN for Evangelism Remixed is 9780310292937.
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|Page last updated||20th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Dave Rahn; Terry D. Linhart|
|Publisher||Zondervan (June 2009)|
|Number of Pages||176|