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Personality Based Evangelism
Got Style?. Title Got Style?. Author Jeffrey A. Publisher Judson Press. See details. I want others to see that I do try to follow the laws of God but at the same time, I am human and fail. My perfection cloak has not been delivered and until then, I am commissioned to show His love, compassion and grace through my own life and the way I live it.
My strengths are that I love to help if I can. I want people to be happy and I want them to know Jesus and be passionate about that love relationship.
The Word / Works Continuum
I care deeply about others and want them to succeed. My weaknesses, however, greatly outnumber my strengths. I also tend to become frustrated with those who show interest for nefarious reasons. I am not a debater, I do not like to challenge others or be challenged with a war of words and beliefs. This is something I need to work on as well. The most problematic weakness is that I do fall in my walk and others DO see that.
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I loved the quote that Johnson , loc. My own satisfaction level is not that high. After reading this book, I felt better about my style or approach to witnessing but I also realized that I have failed miserably in what I could have been doing for God.
My personal witness, while not perfect, is reflective of a love for God but also a willingness to love the sinner regardless of the sin. I have also realized my lackadaisical attitude toward sharing through words, what Jesus has to offer.
A journey through higher Christan education
In order to rectify this situation, my goals are two-fold; repent of my laziness and get out there and tell others about Jesus while I am helping them do what needs doing. My living situation affords me plenty of opportunities to do just this. I must step out of my comfort zone and know that where God wants me to go, He has already made the way.
The conclusion to be drawn from this reflection paper is that I have a lot of spiritual work to do. While I have been given a reprieve from the ways I was taught so long ago, I have a lot of catching up to do to arrive where I need to be. I can start now by continuing to love others, helping others and the new goal, sharing my own story of redemption.
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I found this test to be accurate based on my own feelings toward myself. I am rarely assertive in any aspect of my life, unless my family or I is being threatened. Moyer, L. Grand Rapids, Mi: Kregel Publications. Tan, S.
This book brought together several loose threads that were rattling around my mind map. This book is a must have for anyone who is afraid of evangelism. You will determine your own specific evangelistic style, learn the biblical support, the pros and cons, and how it is used in the Body of Christ.
While each style has its own set of characteristics, every style has a place in the ministry of evangelism. In 6 chapters of Got Style? Personality Based Evangelism , Johnson maps out a biblical example of each style, and speaks of strengths and weaknesses of each. Then he gives the reader an assessment and then discusses in some implications for church based evangelism training.
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