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Evangelism For the Rest of Us

Paperback|May 2006
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The most common methods of evangelism seem to be tailor-made for extroverts. But what about the rest of us? Mike Bechtle dispels the guilt and trepidation many feel about sharing their faith, offering a variety of alternative witnessing strategies.


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The most common methods of evangelism seem to be tailor-made for extroverts. But what about the rest of us? Mike Bechtle dispels the guilt and trepidation many feel about sharing their faith, offering a variety of alternative witnessing strategies.

The most common methods of evangelism are tailor-made for extroverts. But what about the rest of us? Other Christians, including introverted, reflective people, are left with feelings of guilt and fear and the desire to become more outgoing. The problem, says Mike Bechtle, is not their personality, but that they've been taught methods of evangelism that push them too far out of their comfort zone. In Evangelism for the Rest of Us, Bechtle shows readers how to share their faith in more comfortable ways by helping them discover and define their unique strengths within their personality type. With fresh, biblical insight, this much-needed resource renews a passion for sharing Christ with others, because telling the Good News does not have to be so intimidating.
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"Evangelism for the Rest of Us by Mike Bechtle shows how each of us, whatever our personality style, can share our faith in a joy-giving, joy-receiving way. A splendid book."--Ken Blanchard, co-author, The One-Minute Manager and The Secret"Many Christians have chosen to sit in the 'evangelism dugout' because they don't feel qualified to be on the field. But they've been playing the wrong position. Mike Bechtle's exploration of evangelism helps people discover the unique position God designed them to play, and gives them hope and encouragement to get back in the game."--Dave Dravecky, best-selling author and founder of Outreach of Hope"If you struggle with sharing your faith, like I do, then Mike's book will be significant. His personal stories and practical ideas are wrapped in a biblical perspective with lots of engaging humor. This book will take a heavy burden of guilt off your shoulders and replace it with the joyful confidence of, 'OK! I can--and want to--share Jesus!'"--Kathy Collard Miller, speaker and author of Partly Cloudy with Scattered Worries"The evangelism fear-factor fades when we simply 'love people and talk to them.' Whether you are an introvert or extrovert, sharing Christ is all about making room for natural relationships with the people in your everyday world. In his book, Mike Bechtle winsomely coaches us all toward authentically living this truth in a most user-friendly way."--Fred Wevodau, National Director of Urban Ministries for the Navigators"Mike's book touched a chord in my heart as I saw him gently but relentlessly peel away the layers of excuses most of us hide behind. For too many years I practiced the most common and comfortable form of evangelism: I didn't! Now I'm working on Mike's three keys to overcoming fear: stay close to God for integrity of character, stay close to unbelievers for opportunities to influence, and stay close to believers for accountability and partnership. Mike's book didn't make me feel guilty for my failure to share--he is far too kind to engage in that type of negative motivation. Instead, he has written a warm and practical book on evangelism that gives me hope. God wants to partner with me in impacting people's lives eternally, and he wants me to be myself when I do so. Thanks, Dr. Mike. Because of your book, I'm more purposeful about my evangelistic efforts and more confident that God will use me the way I am to lead people to himself."--Dr. Andrew W. Neillie, president, the Deep in the Heart Leadership Group
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Mike Bechtle

Mike Bechtle (Ph.D., Arizona State University) is a senior training consultant with Franklin Covey Company. His articles have appeared in publications such as Discipleship Journal, Moody, and Entrepreneur. A frequent speaker and former minister of worship, Dr. Bechtle lives in Brea, California.

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