More Ready Than You Realize: Evangelism As Dance in the Postmodern Matrix
WARNING: This is not just another book on evangelism. It's a simple idea of evangelism through friendship first, and the opportunities to share your faith that follow. It will bring friendships you already have to a new levels, and create opportunities for new, authentic friendships with those you will eventually meet. OUT: Evangelism as sales pitch, as conquest, as warfare, as ultimatum, as threat, as proof, as argument, as entertainment, as show, as monologue, as something you have to do. IN: Disciple-making as conversation, as friendship, as influence, as invitation, as companionship, as challenge, as opportunity, as conversation, as dance, as something you get to do. You're more ready for this than you realize, and so are your friends!
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Review: More Ready Than You Realize: The Power of Everyday ConversationsUser Review - Brian - Goodreads
The book follows a conversation of a postmodern college student. It has a lot of helpful ideas on engaging in friendship evangelism to the new generation. Read full review
Review: More Ready Than You Realize: The Power of Everyday ConversationsUser Review - Goodreads
A great book to hand to a side-walk evangelist. Otherwise, I'd like to think it's pretty useless. The summary is that to evangelize, Christians have to be friends with non-Christians. I guess sometimes the obvious needs to be stated. If this is necessary, McLaren does a decent job.
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More Ready Than You Realize: The Power of Everyday Conversations
Brian D. McLaren
No preview available - 2009