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Most church leaders believe in evangelism but find it difficult to get their people involved. The resources listed are tools to motivate, train, and guide others in sharing the Good News.

Note: an asterisk (*) indicates a book is not listed in the most recent Books in Print and therefore must be sought through libraries, used-book sources, or the publisher.

Aldrich, Joseph C. Life-Style Evangelism. Portland, Ore.: Multnomah, 1981. How to use natural relationships to cross traditional boundaries in evangelism.

Brestin, Dee. Finders Keepers. Wheaton, Ill.: Shaw, 1983. A practical model of how to share the faith with friends and neighbors.

Coleman, Robert E. The Master Plan of Evangelism. Old Tappan, N.J.: Revell, 1978. A classic study of Jesus' methods with his disciples.

"Comprehensive Evangelism Newsletter," published by the Charles E. Fuller Institute of Evangelism and Church Growth, Box 989, Pasadena, CA 91102.* Offers a good list of resources available to train laity.

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