This Little Book of Guidance offers an engaging, entertaining, faithful, and contagious Episcopal vision for sharing the Christian faith as a way to go deeper in our own relationship with God. Readers will find a strong and uplifting argument that the Episcopal Church's theology, sacramental ministry, and commitment to justice social have an essential role to play in mainline Christianity and in the public square. Here is a blueprint for evangelism in today's world for every follower of Jesus.
Proceeds from this book will go to Sandy Hook Promise, the non-profit organization doing the brave work of the Newtown Families Against Gun Violence.
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Introduction: From Burden to Broadcast to Blessing
Chapter 1: What Is an Evangelist?
Chapter 2: The Soul You Save Might Be Your Own
Chapter 3: There Is No Public Square
Chapter 4: What Does Everyday Evangelism Look Like?
Chapter 5: Joining Joy 37
Chapter 6: The Myths Might Be Right
Conclusion: Be That Building
Written through the lens of what evangelism means in the 21st century, this book is both deeply rooted in both the Anglican/Episcopal tradition and Lyons infectious love for Jesus. The result is accessible, encouraging, and meaningful with real-life applications for every reader. What is Evangelism? reminds us that the first step in sharing the Good News is listening, and I can think of no better place to begin that practice than with this book.”
––Jerusalem Greer, Staff Officer for Evangelism for The Episcopal Church