"There are five Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John...and the Christian. But most people never read the first four." There are any number of books on how to do evangelism. This book is different-it's an invitation to actually live...
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"There are five Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John...and the Christian. But most people never read the first four."
There are any number of books on how to do evangelism. This book is different-it's an invitation to actually live out the message of the gospel. Jesus's original intention was for ordinary people like you and me to live lives that point others to the only Person who can give them hope for this life as well as the next-to visibly display the Good News of salvation through the Messiah and Redeemer of humankind.
But many Christ followers today are either ridden with guilt for not telling others about Jesus or so silent that no one really knows they're a Christian. The Fifth Gospel will help you wrestle with the critical issues involved in living out your faith in front of a watching and sometimes not-so-friendly world.
Isn't it time to become a witness for the One you profess to love? Prepare yourself to represent your Savior well and to discover a new way to do evangelism. Get ready for God to unleash the gospel through you!
Bobby Conway is lead pastor of Life Fellowship Church near Charlotte, NC. He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary (ThM) and Southern Evangelical Seminary (DMin) and the author of Hell, Rob Bell, and What Happens When People Die? Bobby is also the founder and host of the One-Minute Apologist (www.oneminuteapologist.com). In addition, he and his wife, Heather, serve on the Family Life "Weekend to Remember" marriage conference speaking team. C
Jeff Kinley has authored more than a dozen books, including Uncovering the Mysteries of God, Losers Club, and I Can Only Imagine. In 2000 Jeff founded Main Thing Ministries, whose mission is to "communicate the relevancy of Christianity to this generation." Jeff has also worked with young men and teenagers for twenty-one years in student ministry. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, with his wife, Beverly, and their three sons, Clayton, Stuart, and Davis.