• I Once Was Lost

    I Once Was Lost

    What Postmodern Skeptics Taught Us About Their Path to Jesus

    by Don Everts and Doug Schaupp

    Don Everts and Doug Schaupp tell the stories of postmodern people who have come to follow Jesus. They describe the factors that influence how people shift in their perspectives and become open to the Gospel. They provide practical tools to help people enter the kingdom, as well as guidelines for how new believers can live out their Christian faith.

  • Daughters of Islam

    Daughters of Islam

    Building Bridges with Muslim Women

    by Miriam Adeney

    Miriam Adeney introduces you to women such as Ladan, Khadija, Fatma and others from around the world. You'll learn about their lives, questions and hopes. And you'll gain new understanding of why Muslim women come to Christ.

  • Going Public with the Gospel

    Going Public with the Gospel

    Reviving Evangelistic Proclamation

    by Lon Allison and Mark Anderson

    Evangelists Lon Allison and Mark Anderson call for the revival of public gospel proclamation. They show how God has used evangelistic preaching in the past and how it can be practiced with relevance and effectiveness today. Recovering public proclamation, they argue, is key to the vitality and ongoing mission of the church.

  • Kingdom Come

    Kingdom Come

    How Jesus Wants to Change the World

    by Allen M. Wakabayashi

    With clear, biblical insight, Allen Wakabayashi reveals what God is up to right now: transforming the entire world and making things right. Read this book to revolutionize how you live out your faith, how you think about your world and how you explain the good news about Jesus.

  • Beginning Well

    Beginning Well

    Christian Conversion & Authentic Transformation

    by Gordon T. Smith

    Gordon T. Smith contends that a chief cause of spiritual immaturity in the evangelical church is an inadequate theology of conversion. Surveying Scripture, spiritual autobiographies and a broad range of theologies of conversion, he seeks to foster in the Christian community a dynamic language of conversion that leads to spiritual transformation and mature Christian living.

  • The Myth of the Non-Christian

    The Myth of the Non-Christian

    Engaging Atheists, Nominal Christians and the Spiritual But Not Religious

    by Luke Cawley

    Evangelism is not one-size-fits-all. Evangelism trainer Luke Cawley shows how we can contextualize the gospel in different ways to connect with three key demographics: the spiritual but not religious, committed atheists and nominal Christians. Filled with real-life stories of changed lives, this book is a practical and hopeful resource for helping people to encounter God.

  • Apologetic Preaching

    Apologetic Preaching

    Proclaiming Christ to a Postmodern World

    by Craig A. Loscalzo

    Craig Loscalzo gives down-to-earth advice on how to communicate clearly and compellingly to a world that does not want to hear about morality, sin, evil, judgment or commitment. He gives straightforward explanations of the changes taking place all around us, including brief sample sermons in each chapter.

  • Why Should Anyone Believe Anything at All?

    Why Should Anyone Believe Anything at All?

    by James W. Sire

    With insight and humor, James Sire examines the reasons people give for believing what they do and suggests what are truly satisfying and compelling reasons for belief. He then turns to the question of belief that the Christian faith is true. Sire tackles both the best reason for belief in Christianity (the identity of Jesus) and the chief reason against it (the problem of evil).

  • Why Good Arguments Often Fail

    Why Good Arguments Often Fail

    Making a More Persuasive Case for Christ

    by James W. Sire

    Why is it that solid, rational arguments for the Christian faith often fail? James Sire, public defender of the Christian faith, has asked himself that question. Sometimes the arguments themselves just aren't that good. How can we make them better? Sire offers insights on making a persuasive case for Christ.

  • No Argument for God

    No Argument for God

    Going Beyond Reason in Conversations About Faith

    by John Wilkinson

    Seeking to get beyond the gridlock of apologetic arguments, John Wilkinson argues that while Christianity is not unreasonable, it is not merely reasonable either. He calls Christians to reserve for God's wisdom--which often looks, to the human brain, like foolishness--the role of vindicating and authenticating faith.

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