Item description for Fast Food Evangelism: A Drive-Thru Approach to Sharing Christ by David LeFlore, Jr. & Peter Batzing...
Overview Fast Food Evangelism shows readers how to engage in effective ministry through the use of tracts. The book introduces simple, low-risk and effective soul-winning habits that can be incorporated into daily life. The author, David LeFlore Jr., also uses teaching and training materials developed by other successful ministries including material from Billy Graham.
American Tract was founded on May 11, 1825 for a specific purpose: To make Jesus Christ known in His redeeming grace and to promote the interests of vital godliness and sound morality, by the circulation of Religious Tracts, calculated to receive the approbation of all Evangelical Christians (from the ATS Statement of Purpose, 1825).
American Tract's first home in 1825 was a four-story building at 87 Nassau Street in New York City (at right). Later, in 1894, American Tract built a 23-story headquarters near Broadway and Fifth Avenue in New York City, which still stands today. At the time of its construction it was one of the tallest buildings in NY City. The Frank E. Gaebelein Library, now housed in the present headquarters of the Society, houses books, booklets, tracts and pamphlets from the 180-year history of the Society.
Publishers Description Fast Food Evangelism shows readers how to engage in effective ministry through the use of tracts. The book introduces simple, low-risk, and effective soul-winning habits that can be incorporated into daily life.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.53" Width: 6.36" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2007
Publisher Bridge-Logos Publishers
ISBN 0882703412 ISBN13 9780882703411