Sharing the Good News

Sharing the Good News: Equipping Christians for Effective Evangelism


About The Book

“Evangelism is not walking the walk or talking the talk, but walking the walk and talking the talk.”
— Greg Piper

Evangelism is a natural outflow of our love for Christ, but often fear of the opinions of others hinders us from talking about our faith. In this practical and inspirational book, seasoned evangelist Greg Piper encourages, enables, and equips beginners and veterans to communicate the good news of the gospel.

He lays out why we should do so (because it is the command of Christ) and how we should do so—in love, with the equipping of the Holy Spirit, using the methods Christ and the apostles taught. His proven methods of evangelism include how not to witness. Helpful and scriptural, the book includes personal examples from a man who has successfully shared Christ in many countries and circumstances.

Enlightening, timeless, and fresh, this book will deepen your relationship with Jesus and encourage you anew to be about the Father’s business, while giving you the tools to do so.

About The Author

Gregory M. Piper

Greg Piper, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Denver Seminary, has been active in gospel ministry since his conversion to Christ in 1984. He served as a missionary-evangelist for twelve years in Germany and three in Israel, and he has shared the gospel as an itinerant minister in India, Russia, Tanzania, Italy, and Greece. The founder and president of a Denver-based evangelism mission, he currently resides in Naperville, Illinois, with his wife, Ludmila.

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Rave Reviews for... Sharing the Good News: Equipping Christians for Effective Evangelism


This book is a must-read, not only for those who have a desire to go out and reach people for Christ, but for every person who confesses Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. It is inspiring, encouraging, and convicting alike.

- Eckart Breitenmoser

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