Evangelism as a way of life
“Christian and non-Christians have something in common,” writes Rebecca Pippert. “We’re both uptight about evangelism.”
Evangelism isn’t something you do, it’s a world-changing way of life. Rebecca Manley Pippert shows how we as Christians, who are called to be the salt of the earth, can get out of the saltshaker and into life itself.
People crowd the pages of Becky’s book, with language and lifestyles to match. She confronts them with a Jesus as contemporary as themselves, a Christ they can see, who cares. Reading her book we laugh at her mistakes, identify with her failures, and find ourselves eager to emulate her spiritual progress.
- Rebecca Pippert speaks in an engaging,...
Rebecca Pippert speaks in an engaging, fluid style, with plain language, as she relates how to get out of the “salt shaker and become the salt of the earth.” She encourages Christians to form relationships with non-Christians instead of remaining in their “Holy Huddles,” and suggests several methods to do so. She reminds with natural ease that Christians are to share their faith and not act like “rabbit hole Christians.” In a pleasant easy-to-listen-to voice she recommends believers practice CPR-Cultivate, Plant, and Reap as a life saving measure. And then explains how to cultivate the soil of the unsaved by modeling Christ like behavior and how to leave the results to God. This informative, audio equips anyone to share his or her beliefs in a simple, natural manner. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine