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The Master Plan of Evangelism (original 1963; edition 1994)

by Robert Coleman (Author)

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It all started when Jesus called a few men to follow him and share God's message with their neighbors. Christians today are called to do the same. But evangelism can be difficult, even intimidating. With all the evangelism resources available, where should Christians turn to find advice on how to share the Good News with others? Robert E. Coleman says the answers aren't found in TV evangelism, easy-evangelism guidebooks, or the latest marketing techniques. Rather, he looks to the Bible, to the ultimate example found in Jesus Christ. For more than forty years this classic, biblical look at evangelism has challenged and instructed over three million readers. Now repackaged for a new generation, The Master Plan of Evangelism is as fresh and relevant as ever. Join the movement to discover how to minister to the people God brings into Christians' lives.… (more)
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It all started when Jesus called a few men to follow him and share God's message with their neighbors. Christians today are called to do the same. But evangelism can be difficult, even intimidating. With all the evangelism resources available, where should Christians turn to find advice on how to share the Good News with others? Robert E. Coleman says the answers aren't found in TV evangelism, easy-evangelism guidebooks, or the latest marketing techniques. Rather, he looks to the Bible, to the ultimate example found in Jesus Christ. For more than forty years this classic, biblical look at evangelism has challenged and instructed over three million readers. Now repackaged for a new generation, The Master Plan of Evangelism is as fresh and relevant as ever. Join the movement to discover how to minister to the people God brings into Christians' lives.
  Fellowshipwc | Oct 14, 2020 |
It all started when Jesus called a few men to follow him and share God's message with their neighbors. Christians today are called to do the same. But evangelism can be difficult, even intimidating. With all the evangelism resources available, where should Christians turn to find advice on how to share the Good News with others? Robert E. Coleman says the answers aren't found in TV evangelism, easy-evangelism guidebooks, or the latest marketing techniques. Rather, he looks to the Bible, to the ultimate example found in Jesus Christ. For more than forty years this classic, biblical look at evangelism has challenged and instructed over three million readers. Now repackaged for a new generation, The Master Plan of Evangelism is as fresh and relevant as ever. Join the movement to discover how to minister to the people God brings into Christians' lives.
  Fellowshipwc | Sep 14, 2020 |
Concise, clear and compelling. Coleman lays out the meaning and method of raising up men to transform the world. Looking at the life of Jesus, Coleman relates Jesus' method of training men to carry on the task of evangelizing the world, and this method, Coleman says, should be adopted by Jesus' followers if they want to make an impact on the world. With all the latest methods and programs, this 1963 book is as good as they get. ( )
  memlhd | Jan 22, 2016 |
Good content. I just got tired of it by the end. I felt like I understood the basic principles less than halfway through, and it was kind of monotonous to keep reading after that. ( )
  MeriwetherR | May 19, 2014 |
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  mastersbiblechurch | Sep 24, 2013 |
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It all started when Jesus called a few men to follow him and share God's message with their neighbors. Christians today are called to do the same. But evangelism can be difficult, even intimidating. With all the evangelism resources available, where should Christians turn to find advice on how to share the Good News with others? Robert E. Coleman says the answers aren't found in TV evangelism, easy-evangelism guidebooks, or the latest marketing techniques. Rather, he looks to the Bible, to the ultimate example found in Jesus Christ. For more than forty years this classic, biblical look at evangelism has challenged and instructed over three million readers. Now repackaged for a new generation, The Master Plan of Evangelism is as fresh and relevant as ever. Join the movement to discover how to minister to the people God brings into Christians' lives.

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