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The word “Evangelism” has gotten a bad reputation. How do we reclaim a holistic way of living out and talking about our faith, reminiscent of John and Charles Wesley’s original “Methodist movement”, so that the people we meet can be introduced to the transforming power of a relationship with Jesus Christ?
Included are three videos in a webinar series offered by The Foundation for Evangelism, faciliated by Rev. Dr. Heather Lear, and featuring Rev. Dr. Jack Jackson, Rev. Dr. Laceye Warner, and Rev. Dr. Doug Powe. Also included is a Group Study Guide for small-group or church-wide study.
Copyright: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial ShareAlike 4.0 International license.
Published: January 13, 2020
Author: Rev. Dr. Heather Heinzman Lear
Source: The Foundation for Evangelism
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