Evangelism God's Way Manual: Discipleship, Educating, and Leadership

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WestBow Press, Jun 13, 2011 - Religion - 234 pages


This manual exemplifies the most effective methods of evangelism. It also provides many strategic plans and guidelines for effective evangelism. All believers, particularly those who aspire to be in leadership or are currently in ministry should own this evangelism manual. This manual is a much-needed resource in the field of evangelistic outreach. It seeks to give practical training and equipping to those who wish to fulfill the call of the Great Commission. The manual is useful for teaching, training, witnessing, follow-up discipleship, launching your own ministry, and even for acquiring personal knowledge of evangelism.


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Deborah Nembhard-Colquhoun is an ordained evangelist, with Evangelical Association of Canada. She is currently in her last year of Bible college, pursuing a degree in theology. She has worked extensively with local churches across Canada. She is the founder of Evangelism God’s Way Ministry in Toronto, Ontario, to teach and equip leaders in effective evangelism ministry. Deborah and her husband, Wilkie, live in Ajax Ontario with three children, Kevin, Andre, and Joshua.

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