How can you bring the most happiness to this world? By having the privilege of introducing others to our Lord Jesus Christ.
How You Can Introduce Others to Christ explains how anyone can do just that. Drawing from more than fifty years of vibrant witnessing as a way of life, Dr. Bill Bright walks you through leading your friends, neighbors, or loved ones to Christ in a prayer of personal commitment. This practical evangelism method is based on the best-selling Four Spiritual Laws booklet, a simple tool that has helped bring millions to Christ.
The booklet gives simple explanations for:
Why Jesus wants us to witness
How we can witness more effectively
How to follow-up new believers
How to witness as a way of life
Discover easy–to–use conversation openers and practical steps to lead a nonbeliever to faith in Christ. Also learn how the Four Spiritual Laws was developed and read heartwarming stories of how God has used the booklet to bring people to Him.
How You Can Introduce Others to Christ is part of the Transferable Concepts series which helps you transfer basic biblical principles onto others. The booklet includes a Self-Study Guide for personal enrichment and Group Discussion Questions for small or large group study. Use for evangelism training, church leadership training, small-group Bible studies, or personal growth in witnessing.
About the Author
Dr. Bright did graduate studies at Princeton and Fuller Theological seminaries and was the recipient of five honorary doctorates as well as many national and international awards. In 1996 Bright was presented with the prestigious Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion, for his work with fasting and prayer. Worth more than $1 million, the Templeton Prize is the world’s largest financial annual award. Bright donated all of his prize money to causes promoting the spiritual benefits of fasting and prayer. In 2000, Bright received the first Lifetime Achievement Award from his alma mater, Northeastern State University. In that same year, Bright and his wife were given the Lifetime Inspiration Award from Religious Heritage of America Foundation. Additionally, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from both the National Association of Evangelicals and the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. In 2002, Dr. Bright was inducted into the National Religious Broadcasters Hall of Fame. He authored over 100 books and publications committed to helping fulfill the Great Commission.
Before Dr. Bright went home to be with the Lord on
July 19, 2003, he established Bright Media Foundation to promote and extend his written legacy to future generations.