Synopses & Reviews
Evangelism faces many challenges. One of the foremost is a need for sound preparation. Like Jesus with his disciples, the church must equip Christ followers to fulfill the Great Commission while remaining faithful to its Owner. Wesleyan Foundations for Evangelism mines the expertise of pastors, scholars, and other ministry leaders to offer guides and markers for preparing messengers of God's good news. Written from a Wesleyan perspective, contributors explore such topics as the Great Commission today, what it means to be a messenger of the good news of God's kingdom, and the relationship of Christian practices to evangelism and discipleship. End-of-chapter discussion questions and bibliographies enhance this valuable resource, making it an essential read for ministers, ministerial students, and lay leaders.