The Power of Story: Rediscovering the Oldest, Most Natural Way to Reach People for Christ
If you're like most people, you have some hesitancy about talking to others about Jesus. It might be due to fear or shyness, or it may be that you just don't know what to say. Now Dr. Ford shows how simply telling your story is perhaps the best non-threatening, low-key way to communicate the Gospel--God's story--to others.
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