Lifestyle Evangelism: Billy Graham‘s Departure Released Gift After 20 Years (Video)
‘…Biblical motivations for lifestyle evangelism, bringing hope to humankind.’
After two decades, author and cultural commentator Larry Tomczak was given the go-ahead for a significant resource to be released to equip Christians to share their faith effectively after the death of Billy Graham. It is timely as Barna Research released a national survey revealing 51% of American churchgoers are unfamiliar with the term “Great Commission.”
As Christians, we all want to see other’s lives transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. It’s especially meaningful when we are privileged to play a part in that experience. To share our faith freely and effectively, we all need fresh motivation.
This first video encourages and equips you with the 4 essentials and Biblical motivations for lifestyle evangelism, bringing hope to humankind.
Years ago I had the distinct privilege of talking face to face with Billy Graham. He pointed to his Bible and he said, “Stay in the Book. Stay in the Book!”
Well recently I had another opportunity to stand before Billy Graham, but this time he was in his coffin. He had died and I went.
I got the program and I prayed at his coffin, that, just like Elisha prayed for Elijah and said, “Grant me a double portion” and he received it. I prayed that. Not in a selfish way, but that I could better equip and inspire people in the realm of lifestyle evangelism.
Larry Tomczak (Website) is a best-selling author, cultural commentator, 40 year board member for Intercessors for America, and public policy advisor with Liberty Counsel. His new, innovative video/book, BULLSEYE, develops informed influencers in 30 days (see The Bullseye Challenge). Connect with him on Facebook or Twitter.
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