Joyfully Spreading the Word: Sharing the Good News of Jesus

Joyfully Spreading the Word: Sharing the Good News of Jesus

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Joyfully Spreading the Word: Sharing the Good News of Jesus 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Emily Cardel More than 1 year ago
*I received a free e-book from Crossway in exchange for an honest review. Thoughts: What an encouraging read. This book was better than I anticipated. I loved that each of the chapters were written by women, for women. I also enjoyed how the authors creatively sectioned off the book into biblical appreciation (the WHY behind sharing our faith) & practical application (the HOW to do it). There is so much power in sharing our stories and experience. It's what brings us together! And this book does just that. It's also an easy read. Some theological books take a while to get through or are too difficult to finish. This book is not that. It really is enjoyable. I’ll definitely be recommending this to friends and family.
AmyWa More than 1 year ago
This book discussed how we as women, can share the Good news of Jesus Christ wherever we go. Each chapter was authored by a different woman. I loved how each author had an unique story to tell. I finished the book and am inspired to think about different ways I can tell the people God has already placed in my life about Him. If you are looking to be inspired about evangelism, then I recommend this book. I was blessed to receive an electronic copy and all opinions are my own
JournalOfABibliophile More than 1 year ago
I received a free e-book from Crossway in exchange for an honest review (Thank you!). All thoughts are 100% my own. This book is split into two parts, and has ten chapters. Each chapter is written by a different woman. The first part is titled “Core Concerns” and goes over the basics of the gospel and evangelizing. The second part is “Representative Contexts” and contains advice and stories. I don’t remember very much from a few chapters, but I enjoyed the book overall. Even though the target audience is women, I can see men benefiting from this book as well. This is a very theologically sound book, plus anthologies (is that the right word?) are such a great way to find new authors. This book encouraged me to step out of my comfort zone, but I’m far from approaching strangers. I’m a HUGE introvert with social anxiety. I’m the type of person who doesn’t talk unless someone talks to me first. Most of the evangelizing I do is in Facebook groups, forums, etc. Sharing the gospel on social media is just as important as sharing it with friends, family, and co-workers, and going overseas as a missionary… John Piper once said, “Scatter the seeds of Truth to the winds of social media. If God wills, you can touch someone around the world with what you say.”