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The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission

The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission

by John Dickson

The best kept secret of Christian mission

This book comes out of years of reflection, failures, and some successes in the task of reaching out to others with the gospel. Many Christians think of the task of mission as an entirely verbal activity, when perhaps the best kept secret of New Testament teaching about mission is that it involves a whole range of activities that explicitly promote Christ to the world and draw others to him, and only a few of them involve speaking.

In this practical guide to the biblical art of sharing your faith, John Dickson offers refreshing insight into the ways that all Christians can and should be involved in spreading the good news of Jesus. While not all Christians are called and gifted to become evangelists, we are all called to promote the gospel through a wide range of activities: prayer, financial partnership, good deeds, godly lives, public worship, daily conversation, etc., with and without our lips.

As readers engage with this book, grapple with its arguments and hear the stories of people coming to faith, they will be inspired to see the whole of life as significant for bringing the gospel to the world, and they will be liberated out of guilt and self-consciousness in evangelism into becoming perfectly natural promoters of Jesus Christ.
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Title: The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission – Promoting the Gospel with More Than Our Lips

Author: John Dickson

Copyright © John Dickson 2010

ISBN:  0310515475

Publisher: Zondervan 2013

The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission - Promoting the Gospel with More Than Our Lips

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