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Inter-Varsity Press Out of the Saltshaker & into the World, Revised and Expanded

"Christians and non-Christians have something in common," says Pippert. "We're both uptight about evangelism." So begins this fun, engaging bestseller that helps you feel relaxed, not pressured, about sharing your faith. Revised and expanded with new real-life stories and evangelistic strategies! Includes study guide. 288 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Witnessing

Date:December 26, 2012
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Pat Cook
Location:FL
Age:45-54
Thanks to Becky for taking all the witnessing pressure off and putting the focus on where it should be, on God. Now I just chat with people, I have strangers talking to me all the time, they find me. I plant seeds when I can, I water when I can and I know one day I will be there for somebody when they make their life changing decision.
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This is a book for new and long-time Christians.

Date:January 7, 2011
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Cathy
Location:Port Allegany, PA
Age:35-44
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I have enjoyed this book immensley. The author shows us how we can all relate to other Christians and mostly to non-Christians. She reinstates how Jesus doesn't call us to be "theologians", but "witnesses".
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