If you have the desire to be a witness for Christ and lead others to Him, you are invited to read this book and see how Christ takes us just as we are and transforms us into successful soul winners.
In Matthew 28:19, Christ gives us the command to go and be soul winners for Him. Then, in verse 20, He promises that He will be with us every step of the way. Through the pages of this book, you will learn the joy of being a soul winner for Christ.
About the author
Rudy W. Hall is a public speaker and author of several books on the topic of soul-winning, including Studying with a Purpose, Sharing with a Purpose, Is Your Church on Life Support?, Send Them Away, and others. He loves spending time biking the country or walking the hills and lakes of North Carolina and Michigan. His passion is leading others to Christ in the simple manner that Christ intended.
Inspiration for the book
Being an active member of the church for more than forty years, I grew tired of seeing people coming into the church and placing themselves in a comfortable pew and being satisfied by receiving and not giving.
Paul Harvey once said, “Too many Christians are no longer fishers of men, but keepers of the aquarium” (https://messagemissions.com/fishers-of-men-or-keepers-of-the-aquarium/).
This book is to remind us to obey the command to “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matthew 28:19), and to invite people to answer the call, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men” (Matthew 4:19).
Purpose of the book – Witnessing Tool
This book will motivate Christians to realize that we all have the ability to be soul winners. Through this book we can understand that God does not call the qualified; He qualifies the called. Also, we will learn that God prepares us even before we realize it. For example, a person who spent their life as a car salesman, through the leading of the Holy Spirit, wanted to be a witness for Christ. The problem was that he felt inadequate because he had never had the opportunity to be trained in soul-winning. As he moved forward in faith, he realized he had been training for years. As a car salesman, he had learned social skills such as having a conversation with someone and making them feel comfortable but also keeping the focus on the topic at hand. In conclusion, the car salesman realized that God was grooming him all those years without even realizing it.
Your past occupations or experiences may have the same results. Remember, the training that David had as a young shepherd boy prepared him to be a king and a man after God’s own heart.
This book will open your eyes to see a future of soul-winning and a life that will bring glory to God.