Most Christians would rather leave evangelism to a select few with "special talent" for outreach. But when Christ gave the command to spread the Gospel, He gave it to us all. In Evangelism, Bill Hybels helps you develop your own evangelism style--one that fits your personality like a glove. Some of the material in this study guide has been adapted from the book Becoming a Contagious Christian, by Bill Hybels. You'll discover the meaning and importance of sharing your faith and learn the motivation and mind-set behind evangelism. You'll also get the solid guidance and seasoned tips you need to put it all into motion successfully. As you walk through this proven, highly effective approach, you'll find your hesitations melting into an enthusiasm for winning lost men and women to Christ. If you are the discussion leader, you will find additional suggestions and helpful ideas in the Leader's Notes.
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Review 1 for Reaching Out: Sharing God's Love Naturally, InterActions Series
Date:February 26, 2009
This is definitely a must read for any Christian. Mr. Hybals simply and easily breaks down the basics of evangelizing and gives great to-do's at the end of each session. His approach teaches and eases you into being comfortable and inspired again by the story of Christ and why we need to continue to be a witness of Christ for His glory. " At all times preach the gospel, when necessary use words." St. Assisi
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Review 2 for Reaching Out: Sharing God's Love Naturally, InterActions Series
Date:January 29, 2009
The study group I am in from my church chose this book for our current study. We have completed the first two weeks and it has very good questions to help you realize that it is not so hard to share Jesus with others. It has calmed many of our ideas that we have to have a great "faith story" to share God. We have learned that living by example can be just as effective as a good "story".