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Know and Tell the Gospel
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For most Christians, clearly explaining the gospel is more of a dream than a reality. We feel inadequate and reluctant, but at the same time eager to see our friends come to Christ.
Know and Tell the Gospel deals with all the questions that so quickly come to mind on this subject. Just what is the gospel anyway? Is it my job to explain it to people? What is God's role and what is mine? Where does church fit in? Why is evangelism so often hard? And how can we train ourselves and others to be involved?
In his characteristically friendly and engaging way, John Chapman provides warm encouragement, insightful Biblical teaching, and a wealth of practical information on evangelism for all Christians. This new edition has been extensively revised and rewritten, and contains up-to-date and evaluation on current resources for evangelism.
A must read for every Christian who is concerned to take the gospel to our lost world.
'A delightful and vividly written book; fresh and convincing.'
- Dick Lucas.
John Chapman is well-known throughout Australia and the UK as a gifted evangelist and Bible teacher. He has recently retired after serving for many years as the director of the Anglican Department of Evangelism in Sydney, but remains active in Christian speaking and writing.
Know and Tell the Gospel by John Chapman was published by Good Book Company in October 1998 and is our 10366th best seller. The ISBN for Know and Tell the Gospel is 9781876326029.
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|Page last updated||23rd March 2017|
|Author / Artist||John Chapman|
|Publisher||Good Book Company (October 1998)|
|Number of Pages||238|