Jesus At the Door: Evangelism Made Easy
:As many as 96% of Christians are not leading anyone to Jesus. Which means that the vast majority of the wider church is, at best, simply sowing. The kingdom of God, however, requires both sowing and reaping. If we neglect...
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:As many as 96% of Christians are not leading anyone to Jesus. Which means that the vast majority of the wider church is, at best, simply sowing. The kingdom of God, however, requires both sowing and reaping. If we neglect reaping, we will not have a healthy harvest.
Jesus at the Door offers a unique tool--an Equipping Card to use with anyone you know, anywhere--and practical, step-by-step instructions, helping readers witness to friends, family, even strangers on the street. This tried-and-tested method is framed around nine points and a picture, and takes about two minutes from introduction to salvation.
A Leader's Guide to Jesus at the Door explains in greater detail how to use the Equipping Card and is the perfect resource for pastors and ministry leaders who want to help their congregations or group members share the gospel effectively, partnering with the Holy Spirit and inviting users to learn to grow in Spirit-led evangelism. This book shows how you--yes, even you--can move from being a seasoned sower into a relentless reaper, living out a naturally supernatural lifestyle.
Scott McNamara (www.jesusatthedoor.com) is an evangelist and founder of Jesus at the Door, a simple Gospel-driven model. Originally from Liverpool, England, he travels the world equipping the Body of Christ to become rescuers and not just spectators. Scott was featured in the Christian documentary Finger of Godnbsp;2. He and his wife, Jaye, and their four children are headquartered in Woodland, Washington, at The Promise Church.