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Evangelism Made Personal

Available Resources For Teaching Others

(Summary Of Tools That Can Be Used)
There are many different ways to effectively communicate the gospel to others. What follows is a brief summary and description of various tools that I have found helpful. In using them, I try to be flexible, asking God for wisdom as to which approach to use depending upon the particular circumstances.


"How To Understand The Bible" by Robert F. Harkrider (five tapes)

This is a five-lesson series that presents a survey of the Bible, salvation, and the New Testament Church. It includes study guides for each lesson. Designed for those who have at least a "basic" knowledge of the Bible.

 "The Visualized Bible Study Series" by Jule Miller (five tapes)

 Another five-lesson study, presenting a survey of the Bible, salvation, the New Testament Church, and the history of the church. There are also study guides that accompany the tapes. This study might be more appropriate for someone with virtually no concept of what the Bible is all about.


"Know Your Bible" by Gene Tope

 The six lessons in this study include such topics as:

I have used this series on a number of occasions where I have simply given the lessons to a friend, and they taught themselves the gospel.

 "Jesus, The Way" by Sewell Hall

 The seven lessons in this study include such topics as:

The first lesson is designed for mass mailing, but can be used as a regular correpondence course.


"Facts You Need To Face" By Haun Publishing Company

 A simple tract (reading time is five minutes) that presents the following "facts":

"The Gospel Of The Grace Of God" By Leslie Diestelkamp

 A medium-length tract that covers:

"The Way Of Christ Without Denominationalism" By Samuel Dawson

 A good sized booklet that discusses:

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