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Becoming a Contagious Christian Live Seminar: Participant's Guide: Communicating Your Faith in a Style That Fits You

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God wants to use you to make an eternal difference in the lives of your friends. And there's no better time than now. After age nineteen, the chance of your friends coming to Christ drops to 6 per cent. That's right: 6 per cent. That means if anyone is going to help them discover a real relationship with the God who loves them, it will probably need to be you. If you're li God wants to use you to make an eternal difference in the lives of your friends. And there's no better time than now. After age nineteen, the chance of your friends coming to Christ drops to 6 per cent. That's right: 6 per cent. That means if anyone is going to help them discover a real relationship with the God who loves them, it will probably need to be you. If you're like many Christians, you really want to share your faith, but you don't know how. Just the thought seems scary. You don't have to act weird or become someone you're not. What's so cool is that God wants to use you the way you are - your interests, your personality, your strengths, and even some of your weaknesses. You'll be amazed at how these are the very things the Holy Spirit can use to help you confidently relate to your friends and introduce them to Jesus Christ. Forget about long, boring lectures. These exciting sessions are full of video clips, lively discussions, role playing, and all kinds of opportunities to interact with your group. You won't just get to know your group members better, you'll get to know yourself better, too. You'll find out which of the six evangelism styles fits you. students who need God's love and truth. And you'll discover the unbeatable joy of seeing people you care about become real followers of Christ!


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God wants to use you to make an eternal difference in the lives of your friends. And there's no better time than now. After age nineteen, the chance of your friends coming to Christ drops to 6 per cent. That's right: 6 per cent. That means if anyone is going to help them discover a real relationship with the God who loves them, it will probably need to be you. If you're li God wants to use you to make an eternal difference in the lives of your friends. And there's no better time than now. After age nineteen, the chance of your friends coming to Christ drops to 6 per cent. That's right: 6 per cent. That means if anyone is going to help them discover a real relationship with the God who loves them, it will probably need to be you. If you're like many Christians, you really want to share your faith, but you don't know how. Just the thought seems scary. You don't have to act weird or become someone you're not. What's so cool is that God wants to use you the way you are - your interests, your personality, your strengths, and even some of your weaknesses. You'll be amazed at how these are the very things the Holy Spirit can use to help you confidently relate to your friends and introduce them to Jesus Christ. Forget about long, boring lectures. These exciting sessions are full of video clips, lively discussions, role playing, and all kinds of opportunities to interact with your group. You won't just get to know your group members better, you'll get to know yourself better, too. You'll find out which of the six evangelism styles fits you. students who need God's love and truth. And you'll discover the unbeatable joy of seeing people you care about become real followers of Christ!

30 review for Becoming a Contagious Christian Live Seminar: Participant's Guide: Communicating Your Faith in a Style That Fits You

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carla Jean

    I'll be honest--a lot of what I read in college doesn't resonate with me now. It's not that it was BAD, but I read a lot of Christian books that didn't necessarily prepare me to live a real life. And I'm writing this review now, years after the last time I read Becoming a Contagious Christian. But I remember this book fondly because it focuses so much on being who you are and how THAT relates to evangelism. I ought to reread it and see how I feel about it six years removed from college, but this I'll be honest--a lot of what I read in college doesn't resonate with me now. It's not that it was BAD, but I read a lot of Christian books that didn't necessarily prepare me to live a real life. And I'm writing this review now, years after the last time I read Becoming a Contagious Christian. But I remember this book fondly because it focuses so much on being who you are and how THAT relates to evangelism. I ought to reread it and see how I feel about it six years removed from college, but this isn't one that I'm tossing in the discard pile anytime soon.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Heather N

    I went through this workbook in a class and learned so many natural and simple way to witness to people. Wonderful concepts to apply to any relationships with non-Christians. Emphasis on the APPLY part; there's no point unless you use 'em! I went through this workbook in a class and learned so many natural and simple way to witness to people. Wonderful concepts to apply to any relationships with non-Christians. Emphasis on the APPLY part; there's no point unless you use 'em!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andy Anderson

    Great book on how to grow as a Christian, stay in close contact with people and give a clear message to the lost. Good words on giving the Gospel and building relationships.

  4. 5 out of 5

    NGNAOUSSI ELONGUE

    Thought provoking with practical tips on evangelism.

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