BOOKS & GUIDES
Models of Evangelism17.49Many sincere Christians dismiss evangelism due to enduring evangelistic caricatures. This book helps readers move beyond those caricatures to consider thoughtfully and practically how they can engage in evangelism, whether it's through one-on-one conversations, social media, social justice, or the liturgy of worship services.
Evangelism for Non-Evangelists$18.00For pastors, seminarians, church leaders, and lay people, here is a refreshing, practical, and companionable look at evangelism. It might even chart a course toward your own authentic evangelism.
Transforming Evangelism – The Wesleyan Way of Sharing Faith$9.99Knight and Powe’s explanation of evangelism is steeped in the Wesleyan tradition, exposing how God’s love and grace comes to each of us as we once received it, through the gift of proclamation.
The Quotable Mr. Wesley14.00This updated edition, edited by Rev. Dr. Stephen Gunter, is a treasure trove of wisdom taken from John Wesley’s journals, notes, letters, and sermons on topics such as: Communion, evangelism, grace, perfection, plain truth, prayer, riches, stewardship, tolerance, Trinity, world, and many others.
E. Stanley Jones and Sharing the Good News in a Pluralistic Society$16.99Produced in cooperation with The Foundation for Evangelism, this book offers a look at Wesleyan evangelism through the lens and in the spirit of E. Stanley Jones.
Go How to Become a Great Commission Church$24.99This book gives tactics to get your church moving forward in mission by looking at biblical passages where God commands us to “Go ” God calls us to break stereotypes and witness in surprising and unexpected ways.
The "E Word" Study Group GuideFreeThis discussion guide will help your group or congregation process the video sessions from The "E Word" Web Series
Missional EvangelismFreeAn ideal study for small groups or Sunday School classes that offers biblical grounding to a holistic approach to evangelism. It could be completed in two or three 60 to 90-minute sessions. This resource is made available for free by Ekklesia Project.
The Adept Church: Navigating Between a Rock and a Hard Place10.99The Adept Church helps congregations develop realistic road maps for navigating between a rock and a hard place with a clear process for defining reality—a process based on strategic decisions concerning where the church needs to go and not where it is currently. A theologically grounded, yet practical guide for church leaders seeking to save their churches.