Worship, Wonder, and Way
Reimagining Evangelism as Missional Practice
By Zweigle, Grant
Beacon Hill Press · 2015 · Paperback / Softback Trade paperback
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Evangelism doesnâ€™t have to be the scary, confrontational word it seems to have become in this world. Grant Zweigle proposes that evangelism is an ordinary, everyday practice that all Christians engage, and he proves it with anecdotes and personal stories. Worship, Wonder, and Way emphasizes the necessary personal-ness of evangelism, taking into consideration different cultures and specialized contexts along the way. Zweigleâ€™s vision for evangelism, in fact, sounds a lot like many peopleâ€™s vision for basic Christian friendship: regular prayer, care, concern, and time spent getting to know people. Evangelism is not about counting people like sheep. It is about initiating others into Christian discipleship while showing Christâ€™s love through our witnesses of Worship, Wonder, and Wayâ€”in other words, through the way we live our ordinary Christian lives. Anyone can evangelize, and everyone should.
# of Pages: 128
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press
Binding: Paperback / Softback Trade paperback
BISAC: RELIGION / Christian Ministry / Evangelism
Grant Zweigle, BA, DMin, MDiv, is the dean of students and an instructor in evangelism at Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary in Manila, Philippines. Prior to this assignment, Grant spent fourteen years pastoring in multicultural churches in Vancouver and Seattle. He and his wife, Aisling, have two sons, Graiden and Abram. Grantâ€™s desire is to invest his life in the formation of his family, his students, and the people around him for faithful and fruitful service in the kingdom of...
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