Are you ready for eternity? If so, are you helping others get ready for that journey into eternity that each of us must take? As believers, we all know that we should tell others about the Lord, but we often don't know how. This practical book gives great ideas for starting conversations with the lost, how to keep them going, examples of various witnessing situations, and solid answers to commonly asked questions. It will help motivate and equip you to reach both friends and strangers for Jesus Christ the rest of your life. Hear stories of real-life encounters that demonstrate how to put these principles into action. Learn how to open conversations and keep them going using very simple questions and ideas familiar to all of us. See how to navigate around common would-be obstacles to walk people right to the gospel. Then see how the lost are impacted to be thinking about their eternal destination and thankful to have their questions answered. You'll be filled with incredible thanks for having given them the help they need and for honoring God by giving them the truth about salvation.
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Mark Cahill has a business degree from Auburn University, where he was an honorable mention Academic All-American in basketball. He has worked in the business world at IBM and in various management positions, and he taught high school for four years. Mark now speaks to thousands of people a year at conferences, camps, retreats, etc. He has also appeared on numerous radio and television shows.Mark's favorite thing to do is to go out and meet people and find out what they believe and why they believe it. You can find Mark at malls, concerts, art and music festivals, airports, beaches, sporting events, college campuses, etc., doing just that.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
"The number-one reason people don't share their faith is that they are afraid of being rejected. Let's walk through some questions you can ask to learn about the person's spiritual beliefs. A conversation starter can be as simple as asking, 'Do you believe in Easter (or Christmas)? What do you believe about it?' Another good way to transition to a spiritual topic is to say, 'Can I ask you an interesting question?' Or, 'Can I ask you a tough question?' This helps to pique curiosity and get people thinking before you even ask the main question. Then simply ask any of the following questions to help you learn their spiritual beliefs. 'Where are you on your spiritual journey?' 'If you died tonight, are you 100-percent sure that you would go to Heaven?' 'If you were to die tonight and stand in front of God, and He asked, "Why should I let you into Heaven?" what would you tell Him?' 'When you die, what do you think is on the other side?' 'Why do you wear that cross?'"
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Book Description Biblical Disciples Min, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0964366568
Book Description Mark Cahill Ministries, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110964366568