Series: Grove Evangelism Series

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Beggar to Beggar (Evangelism) by Peter Hyson1
Faith-Sharing Teams (Evangelism) by Charles Harris7
A Decade of Evangelism: Who Cares? - Goals for the Parish, Deanery, Diocese and Province by Geoffrey Pearson11
Dialogue in Evangelism by Peter May12
Door to Door Calling (Evangelism) by Martin Robinson14
Proclaiming Good News Down-le-street by Steve Tilley16
How Shall They Hear? (Evangelism) by Chris Edmondson25
Evangelism and Healing by Stephen Skinner29
Open-air evangelism today (Grove evangelism series) by Ken Gaskell37
From Strangers to Pilgrims: Evangelism and the Church Tourist by Richard Askew38
On the Move: Getting the Church Out (Evangelism) by Martin F. Graham48
Youth Congregations and the Emerging Church (Evangelism) by Graham CrayEv 57
Turnaround Teams: a Tale of Two Churches in the Missionary Diocese of Wakefield (Grove evangelism series) by Simon Foulkes63
Ev065 Laughing at Unbelief: Is There a Place for Satire in Evangelism by Simon Foulkes65
Creating a Culture of Welcome in the Local Church by Alison Gilchrist66
Mission-Shaped Church (Evangelism) by Paul Bayes67
Multiplying Churches by Gary Jenkins84
Challenging Questions For Churches Wanting to Grow (Evangelism) by John Holmes88
Boys, God and the Church (Pastoral Series) by Nick Harding111

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Series description

Booklets put out by Grove Press on contemporary subjects related to evangelism. Most are 28 pages long.


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