Why People Stop Believing Paul Chamberlain Cascade Books Review by Stefan Klassen What is the subject? Apologetics: why believing in Jesus makes good rational sense. More specifically, this book is…
“We hope people see leadership development as not just for those who will be pastors, but for all Christian leaders,” says Janelle Braun, Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba leadership development…
Title: Meet Generation Z: Understanding and Reaching the New Post-Christian World
Author: James Emery White
This book is very specifically about understanding and reaching to the newest generation of people. That generation, referred to as “Z,” would include anyone born after 1996. The author is profoundly aware that the young people today do not have any faith background and as a result, evangelism needs to take on a whole new perspective.
Title: The Gospel Next Door: Following Jesus Right Where You Are
Author: Marty Troyer
How far are you willing to go for your faith? Would you go to a different province, country or continent to share the gospel? What about to your next-door neighbour, the one whom you occasionally say hi to on the way to work?
Title: Radical apprentices
Author: Ron Mahler
It’s ironic: Christian faith is “shrinking in areas of the world where it enjoys the most privilege,” asserts Ron Mahler in Radical Apprentices – yet in places where it could result in arrest, maiming, torture or even death, faith in Jesus Christ is increasing. This may be a sobering thought, yet Mahler uses this notion as a springboard for advocating that all Christian believers take bigger and bigger risks in sharing their faith, trusting like the disciples in Acts, that the Lord will provide.