Living and Telling the Good News


By Matthew Thomas

How do I tell others what I believe? I’ve heard this question a lot. People want to know how to share their faith, but they lack the ability. Some are shy or uncertain. Some are afraid they;ll reveal their lack of Bible knowledge; others are afraid of sounding like a know-it-all.

This book is aimed at helping you become a better and more reliable witness of Jesus Christ. Part 1 is an overview of what happened; what is the story we are telling after all? Part 2 gives practical suggestions on how to tell the story. Part 3 is about interest. Who is our message for? I can guarantee there are people in your life who need to hear about Jesus from YOU.

You are part of history’s greatest story. And you have a part in the developing story of others. Let’s learn how to fulfill that role well.






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