Evangelism Jesus Style

Written by Doug Giles on February 27, 2020

If everybody in Christian publishing is an expert on evangelism these days, why are their methods so different from the explicit mandate Jesus gave the Twelve?

For one thing, Jesus didn’t start people off with dramatic culture shock, he started close to home, in their own communities and country.

What about the divine blessing when you enter a home, or the ‘shake the dust off’ denunciation of those who reject the good news? Do those make the list of ‘evangelism’?

What else are we missing?

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That’s what this week’s Warriors & Wildmen show digs into this week.

 

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Rules For Radical Christians is not a survival devotional designed to help the young Christian adult limp through life. Rather, it is a road-tested, dominion blueprint that will equip the young adult with leadership skills and sufficient motivation to rise to a place of influence in an overtly non-Christian culture. Rules For Radical Christians gives the reader the keys to become strategically equipped to move into an anti-theistic environment and effectively influence it for the glory of God.

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