Instead of drawing on the latest popular fad or the newest selling technique, Robert E. Coleman looks to the Bible to find the answer to the question, What was Christ's strategy for evangelism? Through a thorough examination of the gospel accounts, Coleman points out unchanging, simple, yet profound biblical principles of how to emulate Christ to others.
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"A Christian Classic - Boringly Narrated"
With all due respect to the revered place this volume holds in church history (yes, its old enough that I consider it historic!), this edition falls prey to what seems to be an all-too-common problem with "christian" audiobooks: The narrator makes it almost impossible to want to keep listening. I'm certain Mr. Grunden is a great guy. But this book, though chock-full of biblical truths and important life applications, is no page-turner on its own; and the narration turned it into what for me was nothing short of a snoozefest. I am making sure from now on, that I sample all narrations of "christian" titles to try and size up whether I can actually make it through the selection. I hate buying books that I can't finish. I made it through Master Plan... but just barely.
"Very educational. Revealing what we alredy know."
Very educational. This book reveals what already know in our hearts to be tested and true.
Every Christian leader should read this! It will impact every facet of their ministry and will change their mentality from impersonal mass evangelism to individual discipleship.
"thank you Lord"
it was simple truth and is doable. I'm encouraged to be fruitful and will be. Amen! I like the straightforward approach of sharing the scriptures without much human philosophy.
"Great book but no so great narration"
The content of the book is excellent but the narrator was a little tough to listen to. I had to increase the speed of the playback to keep it interesting
The book is wonderful, insightful, and encouraging! It reminds us that we are not just witnessing, we are helping people become Kingdom Builders.
"good info, bad reading"
I would have appreciated a more natural "voice" reading this book. The voice was very robotic and hard to listen to.
The narration was very unnatural & robotic.
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