Evangelism Bundle for Pastoral Students in Nicaragua
3 books for just $35
El Evangelismo y Soberania de Dios (Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God, J. I. Packer)
If God is in control of everything, can Christians sit back and not bother to evangelize? Or does active evangelism imply that God is not really sovereign at all?
J.I. Packer shows in this classic study how both of these attitudes are false. In a careful review of the biblical evidence, he shows how a right understanding of God’s sovereignty is not so much a barrier to evangelism as an incentive and powerful support for it.
This is a book of unspeakable value which has sharpened Christian minds on the subject of spreading the gospel since its first publication in 1961.
Tácticas (Tactics, Gregory Koukl)
In a world increasingly indifferent to Christian truth, followers of Christ need to be equipped to communicate with those who do not speak their language or accept their source of authority. Gregory Koukl demonstrates how to get in the driver’s seat, keeping any conversation moving with thoughtful, artful diplomacy. You’ll learn how to maneuver comfortably and graciously through the minefields, stop challengers in their tracks, turn the tables and—most importantly—get people thinking about Jesus. Soon, your conversations will look more like diplomacy than D-Day.
Drawing on extensive experience defending Christianity in the public square, Koukl shows you how to: – Initiate conversations effortlessly – Present the truth clearly, cleverly, and persuasively – Graciously and effectively expose faulty thinking – Skillfully manage the details of dialogue – Maintain an engaging, disarming style even under attack Tactics provides the game plan for communicating the compelling truth about Christianity with confidence and grace.
Siervos Para su Gloria (Servants for His Glory, Miguel Núñez)
We all come to the world with a certain emptiness in our lives, which produces a search for meaning that we all pursue in different ways. Man is a “doer” by nature and finds his identity in what he does. We see how boys enjoy building a castle of sand or a fort with soldiers placed in a position of battle. Women, on the contrary are more inclined towards relationships and finds her identity there. Even as girls we see how they tend to play with dolls from an early age and assume the role of a mother without anyone necessarily teaching them how to live out maternity. It would seem that man comes prepared for battle and for “doing” and women come equipped for “relating.”
However, as society has removed value from maternity, we see that many women have also wanted to jump into the workforce, because they find more satisfaction in working outside the home to provide for their families. Doing has become the addiction of our generation. Unfortunately, an overemphasis on doing has lead many people to not cultivate an interior life that allows them to sustain their exterior life. This explains the many failures we continuously see in day-to-day life. When the person’s interior life is not prepared, their character does not have the maturity or the strength to sustain them in the long run. In this book, Pastor Núñez points us to scripture and to experience to show us the importance of cultivating the foundations of our lives, so that we can “be what we need to be, in order to do what we need to do.”