Item description for What of the Unevangelized? and Effective Evangelism by Oswald Saunders...
Overview Enrich your spiritual life with the guiding experience of a respected Bible teacher, and the faith-based fantasies of an Oxford scholar! New Zealand native J. Oswald Sanders was the author of more than 40 books on spiritual living, and a missions leader for nearly 70 years. This book collects two of his most popular works, What of the Unevangelized? and Effective Evangelism, a classic combination that explores what happens to those who have never heard the gospel, and encourages all Christians to develop a true willingness to be used by God. 240 pages, softcover, Christian Focus.
Publishers Description 'We were nearly there when some figures blocked our way. I went cold all over. This was no chance encounter. They had planned this and waited for us. This was it.''Move out of the way Blackie' the skinhead said. 'We got business with your friend.' Star Smith has enough problems in life trying to keep her wacky family a secret. Then a black girl arrives on the scene.... With the racist attitudes of kids in her area Star knows that if she befriends Ebony she could lose more than her reputation.
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Studio: Christian Focus
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.96" Width: 4.39" Height: 0.71" Weight: 0.33 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2001
Publisher Christian Focus Publications
ISBN 1857924355 ISBN13 9781857924350
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More About Oswald Saunders
J. Oswald Sanders was the General Director of OMF and the author of over 30 books. This should encourage us in itself to read what he has to say, but George Verwer said of him, 'Each time I met Oswald, I knew I was with a man who walked with God.'