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The Duty of a DiscipleIs Evangelism Outdated?

The Duty of a Disciple

Is Evangelism Outdated?

Bernard V. Palmer
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Sharing the good news is one of the most caring things we can do for other people, so why are we so reluctant to do it? Bernard Palmer encourages us to speak openly about Jesus to the people around us. Making sure we understand the gospel we have been instructed to proclaim, he guides us through the biblical basis and examples, and gives us some practical tips for evangelising.

Bernard V. Palmer

About Bernard V. Palmer

Bernard V. Palmer is an evangelistic Bible teacher, Trustee of the Christian Medical Fellowship and author of ‘Cure for Life’. He is married to Rosy.

Specifications

  • Author: Bernard V. Palmer
  • Release Date: July 2020
  • Pages: 272
  • Format: Large trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 216 x 138
  • ISBN: 9781527105409
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: Ministry & Evangelism > Evangelism

Endorsements

The remarkable surgeon evangelist, Dr Bernard Palmer, has written a critical diagnosis for the church in the UK. His prognosis is that we must ‘evangelise or die’, because in so many places the church is getting older and smaller. His book is, therefore, a passionate call to action, which I found deeply inspiring and profoundly disturbing in equal measure. On every page I could hear the echo of 2 Kings 7 verse 9: ‘What we’re doing is not right. This is a day of good news and we are keeping it to ourselves.’

Rico Tice, Author, Christianity Explored & Associate Minister at All Souls Church, Langham Place, London

Bernard is passionately concerned to share the good news of God’s reconciling love in Jesus. He is also devoted to encouraging other Christians to be equally committed to intentionally share the Gospel with their neighbours, friends and colleagues at work and play. This book is full of practical wisdom about how to go about being an effective witness for Christ. There are numerous personal  reminiscences and illuminating stories  showing us how to be effective evangelists. Those with leadership roles in the Church have special responsibilities in making the Gospel attractive and credible but, for Bernard, they don’t have a monopoly. Every Christian has a duty to make Christ, His person and His work, known as widely as possible. Bernard’s book shows us how to and is, therefore, warmly to be welcomed.

Michael Nazir–Ali, President, OXTRAD (Oxford Centre for Training, Research, Advocacy and Dialogue), Former Bishop of Rochester
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