Finding common ground : how to communicate with those outside the Christian community-- while we still can / Tim Downs. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: Chicago : Moody Press, [(c)1999.Description: 200 pages ; 23 cmContent type:
- BV3790.F563 1999
- BV3790.D751.F563 1999
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The parable of the soil Earthquake Calling down fire The sower's art Indirect communication Outside-in Innocents abroad A time to sow Cultivating the soil Planting part 1 : the three tools Planting part 2 : materials Nurturing Sowing in the marketplace Sowing to the culture Good questions answered.
In a world that's growing more hostile to the gospel, what can Christians do? How can we communicate with our unbelieving friends and coworkers in a way that won't seem pushy, intolerant, or judgmental? In a world that's heard it all before and no longer seems to care, where do we begin? By sowing. In Finding Common Ground, Tim Downs reminds us of the forgotten biblical art of sowing, and he shows us practical and effective ways to sow.
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