Show Me How to Share Christ in the WorkplaceR. Larry Moyer
Whether they know it or not, every Christian is in fulltime ministry-at home, at school, at recreation, and at work. Colossians 4:5-6 says "Walk in wisdom toward those who are outside, redeeming the time, Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may... Read More
Continuing his popular Show Me How series, expert evangelist R. Larry Moyer has written a practical guide for sharing Christ in the workplace. Step by step, Moyer shows what it really means to pray, live, and speak as God directs. He then outlines how to apply each at work and shows how to take advantage of public speaking opportunities that Christians may not even know are available to them. Whether they are turning workplace conversations to spiritual matters, answering questions of unbelieving co-workers, or just performing their jobs as a representative of Christ, readers will be encouraged and equipped to present the gospel with clarity and simplicity.
Written to encourage those in the workplace to see their jobs as their calling, "How to Share Christ in the Workplace" offers practical help and inspiration to influence non-Christians for Christ.
- Product type: Default
- Format: Book
- Release Date: Sep 10, 2012
- UPC: 9780825442698
- Height: 0.4
- Width: 5.2
- Length: 8
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- Informative! by kattrox on 12/11/2012
Two types of Christians exist in the working world of taoday, those who use their work as a tool for ministry and those that simply work.
This book dives into many points. Included for the reader are what do we pray for, what is our message for non-Christians, how do you follow up, how to use your testimony as an evangelistic message and many more useful chapters and subchapters. Includes a special section entitled Resources for workplace leaders. All chapters have many subchapters and key pints at the end for self reflection and summary. This book incorporates many biblical passages and quotes that the author uses to strengthen the message that he is covering in detail. Highlighted also are others opportunities outside of work that others have incorporated.
As the reader I picked and chose the topics that most interested me and studied them more in detail. I feel this book can be a useful tool in dealing with situations not only in the workplace for which it is written, but possibly could be used for discussion and witnessing in other situstions ie: family gatherings, hair salons or perhaps when waiting in line somewhere. I do feel that caution should be exercised however when witnessing in certain jobs where talk on religion, and even politics can have devastating results. Interesting and well written 4 Stars!
I received a complimentary copy from Kregel Publications for my review.