A fresh and insightful analysis, and somewhat provocative application of the Apostle Paul’s ministry in Greece as recorded in Acts 17.
Upsetting the World: Following Paul’s Example of Frontline Evangelism
Endorsement #1: The apostle Paul’s message, methodology, and ministry strategy are the keys to fruitful evangelism and healthy church life. This fresh, insightful analysis of Paul’s ministry in Greece is a superb study, showing why Paul was such a great leader, an effective church planter, a persuasive preacher, an outstanding pastor, and a remarkable pioneer missionary. No matter what ministry God has called you to, you will find this book a wonderful help and encouragement. ”—John MacArthur, Grace Community Church
Endorsement #2: “The Gospel of Jesus Christ upsets the world. But it is the only message that can save the world. And as John Crotts illustrates here, there are strategies Christians can utilize to witness more effectively to a world that does not welcome the message it needs above all others.”—Don Whitney, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Endorsement #3: “‘Me…upsetting my world?’ ‘Yes,’ says author and pastor John Crotts. Tracking with the Apostle Paul, Crotts takes us on a journey through the diverse societies of Thessalonica, Berea and Athens demonstrating just how it might be done. Though our Christianity brings peace to our minds, it disrupts the lives of everyone else. Read to see what God can do through you to shake your world.”—Jim Elliff, Christian Commuicators Worldwide
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