Item description for The Insider Workbook: Bringing the Kingdom of God Into Your Everyday WorldPractical Ways to Bring Christ to Your Community by Jim Petersen, Mike Shamy & Eugene H. Peterson...
Overview This workbook will help you apply the teachings of The Insider and see the people in your world in a new perspective. Learn to identify practical ways to meet needs that no one else can meet. Evangelism is not an activity of the spiritual elite - it's for everyone. With these hands-on exercises, you'll begin to form new thoughts, habits, and confidence when sharing Christ with those in your everyday circle.
Publishers Description Learn to see your relationships with your family, neighborhood, and workplace through kingdom eyes. Discover practical ways to overcome the obstacles to outreach and deal with fear, isolation, busyness, and feelings of inadequacy when it comes to faith and evangelism.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 7.25" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Apr 18, 2003
Publisher NavPress Publishing Group
ISBN 1576834204 ISBN13 9781576834206
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More About Jim Petersen, Mike Shamy & Eugene H. Peterson
Jim Petersen has been on Navigator staff since 1958. He pioneered the Navigator ministry in Brazil. He is also the best-selling author of Living Proof, The Insider, and Church Without Walls. Glenn McMahan is on Navigator staff in Londrina, Brazil. He is also a journalist and has worked for the Frederick Times near Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. David Russ lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a certified psychologist with twenty years of experience in counseling.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Insider Workbook: Bringing the Kingdom of God Into Your Everyday WorldPractical Ways to Bring Christ to Your Community?
great stuff Aug 12, 2007
i thought this book was great. there was really good insight for sharing your faith in a way that isn't hokey or weird. it makes evangelism practical and doable, the way it ought to be.
Shift how you approach evangelism! Mar 25, 2004
My first exposure to evangelism was being dropped off a beach in So. Cal. and told to tell people about Jesus. It must have been strange sight to see me walking up to a girl in a bikini and trying to tell her that God had a wonderful plan for her life. Since that day I've struggled the Great Commission. I don't want to be a salesman, because I don't believe that Jesus is a product. On the other hand, I don't want to simply float through life hoping that Jesus pops into the conversation.
The authors take the strain between rapport and boldness and built a book around it. They contend that the call followers of Jesus is to make disciples. This command is so much more than simply a sales pitch. People need an ongoing exposure to Jesus if they are going to follow him.
The book is broken down into two parts. The first lays the theological foundation of the book. The second half of the book lists effective behaviors that Jim Peterson has seen in those who have been "bearing fruit" in the area of evangelism. Some areas (i.e., prayer) are intuitive, other areas are not.
One practical suggestion Jim had was to introduce nonbeleivers to Jesus by reading through a book of the Bible. When I read it a few months ago I thought he was crazy. As my husband and I prayed over it, we found ourselves asking others if they would like to read and discuss the book of John. They said yes. Now we have a Bible study of the unchurched and formally churched.