The Master Plan of Evangelism

by Robert E. Coleman     |     Book Summary


Author: Robert E. Coleman
Publisher: Revell Books
Date: 1993
Pages: 191

Book Summary of The Master Plan of Evangelism by Robert E. Coleman


Churches are exceedingly busy these days. Programs, activities, and events fill the church calendar. However, do these programs, activities, and events actually get to the heart of what Jesus wants from His church?

Jesus gave His followers a clear mission and mandate: make disciples of all nations, baptizing and teaching them (Mat. 28:19-20).

Much of our busyness is actually peripheral to what Jesus commanded His followers to do. Additionally, many of our attempts to carry out Jesus’ evangelistic mandate fall short of what Jesus actually called us to do – make disciples.

Anyone interested in evangelism, discipleship, missions, or ecclesiology should make time to work through Coleman’s powerful book.





The Master Plan of Evangelism

by Robert E. Coleman

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of The Master Plan of Evangelism by Robert E. Coleman

AuthorRobert E. Coleman
PublisherRevell Books
Date1993
Pages191


Overview:

Churches are exceedingly busy these days. Programs, activities, and events fill the church calendar. However, do these programs, activities, and events actually get to the heart of what Jesus wants from His church?

Jesus gave His followers a clear mission and mandate: make disciples of all nations, baptizing and teaching them (Mat. 28:19-20).

Much of our busyness is actually peripheral to what Jesus commanded His followers to do. Additionally, many of our attempts to carry out Jesus’ evangelistic mandate fall short of what Jesus actually called us to do – make disciples.

Anyone interested in evangelism, discipleship, missions, or ecclesiology should make time to work through Coleman’s powerful book.