The Master Plan of Evangelism #2020

The Master Plan of Evangelism By Robert E. Coleman The Master Plan of Evangelism It all started when Jesus called a few men to follow him and share God s message with their neighbors We are called to do the same But evangelism can be difficult even intimidating With all the evange
  • Title: The Master Plan of Evangelism
  • Author: Robert E. Coleman
  • ISBN: 9780800786243
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Master Plan of Evangelism By Robert E. Coleman It all started when Jesus called a few men to follow him and share God s message with their neighbors We are called to do the same But evangelism can be difficult even intimidating With all the evangelism resources available, where should you turn to find advice on how to share the Good News with others Robert E Coleman says the answers aren t found in TV evangelism,It all started when Jesus called a few men to follow him and share God s message with their neighbors We are called to do the same But evangelism can be difficult even intimidating With all the evangelism resources available, where should you turn to find advice on how to share the Good News with others Robert E Coleman says the answers aren t found in TV evangelism, easy evangelism guidebooks, or the latest marketing techniques Rather, he looks to the Bible, to the ultimate example found in Jesus Christ For than forty years this classic, biblical look at evangelism has challenged and instructed over three million readers Now repackaged for a new generation, The Master Plan of Evangelism is as fresh and relevant as ever Join the movement and discover how you can minister to the people God brings into your life.
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    1. Robert E. Coleman

      Robert E Coleman is widely known for his ministry as a disciplemaker and evangelist, and for many years has given leadership to the Billy Graham Center Institute of Evangelism at Wheaton College, along with the International Schools of Evangelism He is the author of 21 books, including bestseller The Master Plan of Evangelism Translations of one or of his books are published in 100 languages He and his wife, Marietta, reside in Deerfield, Illinois They have 3 grown children and 7 grandchildren.

    609 thoughts on “The Master Plan of Evangelism”

    1. By all American standards, Jesus failed as a church planter One of his most intimate associates betrayed him, he was denied by his most outspoken supporter, and after he died, his former friends went fishing for fish not men Even after Jesus rose from the dead, and appeared to certain people for 40 days, the number of believers was only about 120 What kind of church program was he running anyway Just the most effective, globally significant, time splitting, convert making ministry the world has [...]


    2. Robert Coleman writes with great passion about the importance of Evangelism in his very helpful book, The Master Plan of Evangelism This book is considered by many to be a twentieth century classic of Christian literature Among its admirers is Billy Graham himself who said, Few books have had as great an impact on the cause of world evangelization in our generation as The Master Plan of Evangelism He is the Professor of Evangelism and Discipleship at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary He also s [...]


    3. This book is not just about evangelism, it s about discipleship Specifically, the way in which Jesus discipled I have read it multiple times over the past 13 years and each time God s used it to shape me in new way It s a timeless Christian classic.


    4. Coleman beautifully and simply sums up Jesus strategy for disciple making, which stands as an indictment of the majority of modern methods flowing out of the American church Programs don t make disciples People make disciples not just via content and proclamation, but through life together and patience, grace, and truth over the long haul The multitudes cannot know the gospel unless they have a living witness Coleman s descriptions of how Jesus made disciples are simple yet profound His prescrip [...]



    5. As Nathan Schneider one of the most intelligent men I know says, Coleman clearly defines the disciple s task make disciples This was the command and example of Jesus, who showed His disciples the essential task of each of his followers He was intentional, relational, and focused Read this book That s all that needs to be said



    6. This is a great little book that has been around for almost 50 years I agree with Coleman and I genuinely appreciate his conclusions I wonder though, why a book that has had at least sixty six printings has not seemed to influence the American church much I have never seen so many endorsements on a book as much as this one, yet who is actually practicing what it says I see programs and literature being promoted to accomplish evangelism discipleship, but no talk, much less action, about discipl [...]


    7. This is a good book The title to me is a bit misleading, it should be called The master Plan for building believers The book didn t seem to have a connected theme, but said some great things Impacts in the Christian life don t happen in mass operations, maturity happens in small ways, where mature believers disciple young believers with the intent to reproduce As a small group leader at heart I was really encouraged by this I love the authors emphasis on the Holy Spirit and not on mans tactics W [...]


    8. I often feel inadequate when reading scripture because I lack the ability to derive a great depth of knowledge or applicability This book highlighted some very critical aspects of Jesus ministry that are within the Gospels and shows the way in which Jesus intended for me to disciple other young men It is scripture based and not his conjecture on some lofty ideas which is why I highly recommend it Great insight into Jesus example of spreading the Gospel to fulfill the Great Commission


    9. In some ways, I didn t really need to read this book it s in my blood which in many ways is exactly what Coleman wants This book is the manifesto whereby our church perceives of leadership and disciple making It is biblical, practical, and short, which are three things that all work really well for a book like this one I imagine I ll go back to this book for reminder and inspiration until I m dead.



    10. This was a very helpful book, particularly demonstrating the ministry values of Jesus in evangelism and discipleship.


    11. Poignant Quotes The question must always be ask Is it worth doing and does it get the job done We must know how a course of action fits into the overall plan God has for our lives if it is to thrill our souls with a sense of destiny.There was nothing haphazard about his life no wasted energy, not an idle word He was on business for God He lived, he died, and he rose again according to schedule Like a general plotting his course of battle, the Son of God calculated to win He could not afford to t [...]


    12. Eight Guiding Principles of the Master s Plan1 SelectionMen were His method.Men were willing to learn.Jesus saw in these men the potential for leadership.He concentrated on a few Kept the group small so he could effectively work with them.The concentrated the size of the group being taught, the effective the instruction.However, He did not neglect the masses.Few seemed to understand His method.Jesus needed people that could lead multitudes of people.Devote to the few so the masses could be sav [...]


    13. This was a reread of a classic and was well worth revisiting Coleman s work is often cited by practitioners who espouse discipleship as being at the core of effective ministry.The author explores Jesus model of molding His entourage and settles on eight principles that encapsulate how the apostles were prepared to take the Good News to their world Readers will find a highly accessible narrative that is equally well research the footnotes are worth exploring What I appreciate most about this book [...]


    14. This was a pretty good book In fact, I can t think of any complaints I think the fact that I have no complaints says a lot since, IMHO, most Christian books written over the last 25 years seem to generally range from mediocre to garbage The author spends a lot of time looking at the life and person of Jesus as a pattern of how to live and function today, especially as it relates to evangelism discipleship He presents an organic way of living as a Christian as a foundation paradigm by which to fu [...]


    15. Timeless book on discipleship stands aloneI just reread this book after 10 years, and find it just as compelling as the first time I read it Recommended by my pastor who modeled it himself to the T, this book has really unless on me the necessity of focusing on a few and investing much personal time and purposeful interaction with them Very counter to the common approaches to ministry today which focus on the crowds or just preaching him the pulpit An excellent book, but my main gripe is that it [...]


    16. This was my second time reading this book, and like before I found it life giving and challenging Coleman carefully examines Jesus s approach to evangelism in his earthly ministry through his focus on discipleship This short read shows the masterful work of the Master in preparing his disciples to lead the church and make disciples This book will encourage and challenge you to be a disciple who makes disciples who make disciples.


    17. A classic first published in 1963, this book was selected by Christianity Today as one of the Top 50 Books that have Shaped Evangelicalism The author analyzes the methods of evangelizing the world and discipling believers that Jesus himself used, and how we can implement His methods in our own churches and ministries.


    18. The pound for pound, best book out there on evangelism Coleman s message is concise, clear, simple, and doable Most importantly it is a faithful exposition of the Master s method of evangelism and discipleship as shown in the gospels If there is one book that a Christian should read on this topic, this is the book.


    19. Maybe because I had already heard much of this message at other Youth Group events, but I did not find it that powerful I felt like much of the book was just reiterating the story of how Jesus got His disciples which is accessible to anyone with a Bible and driving home the point that the best way to evangelize is to do life with a few people.


    20. This book is going into my yearly reading list It examines a biblical response to the great commission and lays out specific plans for undertaking it through discipleship and relationships Read this book


    21. I absolutely loved this book Explains how to be a disciple and how to teach others to be disciples It contains great knowledge and includes plenty of resources for you to look into and learn even Helps you understand many aspects of the bible and God s work.


    22. Great book on biblical EvangelismGreat bible based teaching on Evangelism Easy to follow with plenty of scriptures to support each chapter This is a must read for every Christian.


    23. A must read for EVERY Christian who wants to be a spiritually reproductive Christian Read and grow I recommend this book for all to read and be re read to grasp the ministry Christ calls us to


    24. Reread every yearSo simple So focused So right So contrary to our inertia At the end of my life, I suspect my impact will be largely measured by the admonitions in this short book.



    25. Still relevant a classic must read for all involved in church planting, evangelism, and discipleship ministries Guess that should pretty much involve all believers.



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