The Power of Story: Rediscovering the Oldest, Most Natural Way to Reach People for Christ

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NavPress, 1994 - Evangelistic work. - 186 pages
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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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A little dated (1994), but helpful in delineating the need to be more personal and connected to people if we want to have an impact for the Good News. Read full review

Contents

THE POWER OF STORY
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CHAPTER
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CHAPTER THREE
25
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About the author (1994)

Ford describes his current mission to be "an artist of the soul and a friend on the journey." He served for nearly twenty years as chairman of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, an international body of Christian leaders. He chairs the Sandy Ford Fund and has served as a board member for World Vision U. S., the Duke University Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He received the 1990 Two Hungers Award, recognizing his contributions to addressing the physical and spiritual hungers of people around the world. In 1985 he was selected as Clergyman of the Year by Religious Heritage of America andTIME Magazine singled him out as being "among the most influential preachers of an active gospel." The author or co-author of numerous books, includinTransforming Leadership and The Attentive Life, Ford lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with his wife Jean.

Jim Denney is a full-time freelance writer with more than one hundred published books to his credit. His collaborative titles include "Reggie White in the Trenches"; "Undefeated", with Bob and Brian Griese; and numerous books with Pat Williams, including "Go for the Magic", "Coach Wooden", and "The Difference You Make".

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