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Spring : Evangelism

Volume 5
Spring

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In this Issue
Less Pressure, More LovingSubscriber Access Only
An interview with Jerry Cook
Closing The Evangelistic BackdoorSubscriber Access Only
A discerning look at what causes spiritual dropouts.
Couseling the Sexually ObsessedSubscriber Access Only
Thought substitution is difficult when undesired thoughts have been entertained until they become desirable.
IDEAS THAT WORKSubscriber Access Only
A cure for deadwood
Evangelism in a Small TownSubscriber Access Only
Do the guardians of permanece need an inward change? Yes -- but how?
Home Visitation: How Well Does It Work?Subscriber Access Only
Leadership talks to those on the receiving end of three different church visitation programs.
Growing Your Own StaffSubscriber Access Only
The surest way to build a solid team is to train them yourself, says this pastor who's done it.
LEADERSHIP BIBLIOGRAPHYSubscriber Access Only
Evangelism
Helping Those in PainSubscriber Access Only
When your own body works fine, it's not easy to minister to those whose bodies are in open revolt,
My Favorite VacationSubscriber Access Only
What kind of vacations do pastors most enjoy? We asked five ministers to share their most memorable excursions.
The 4 Faces of StewardshipSubscriber Access Only
Is this a topic we preach only for the money?
Keys to a Long PastorateSubscriber Access Only
TO ILLUSTRATE…Subscriber Access Only
HOW TO GIVE AN HONEST INVITATIONSubscriber Access Only
There are may ways to call people to a spiritual decision -- some good, some not so good.
Zeal vs. Art: The Preacher's Dilemma
Zeal vs. Art: The Preacher's DilemmaSubscriber Access Only
To create 30 minutes of beauty doesn't always take you where you're called to go.
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