New release outlines why, how and how not to share the Gospel
FAITH NEWS SERVICE – “Evangelism is not walking the walk or talking the talk, but walking the walk and talking the talk,” says veteran evangelist Greg Piper. In his new release, Sharing the Good News (Redemption Press 2021), he provides a clear and compelling how-to for sharing the gospel.
Piper, founder and president of a Denver-based evangelism mission has been active in gospel ministry since his conversion to Christ in 1984.
“The message of the gospel can be summarized by the answers to three questions: Why do I have to be saved, what did God do to save me, and what must I do to be saved?” Piper says,
Written to motivate, encourage, and assist beginners as well as veterans in sharing the gospel, Sharing the Good News outlines what the Bible teaches about evangelism and evangelism principles lived out by Christ and used by his apostles. Out of his many years of ministry, Piper outlines effective ways and methods of evangelizing, and he includes personal stories of failures and successes, as well as how to refute common objections.
Ray Prigodich, retired missions professor at Denver Seminary and academic dean of Donetsk Christian University in Ukraine, says Piper writes “not merely as a theoretician, but as a seasoned practitioner. He carefully explains the nature of evangelism, the essence of the gospel, and the importance of being spiritually grounded when sharing the gospel.”
Greg Piper, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Denver Seminary, has been active in gospel ministry since his conversion to Christ in 1984. He served as a missionary-evangelist for twelve years in Germany and three in Israel, and he has shared the gospel as an itinerant minister in India, Russia, Tanzania, Italy, and Greece. The founder and president of a Denver-based evangelism mission, he currently resides in Naperville, Illinois, with his wife, Ludmila.
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