Mission Resources.

Books on mission.

BLESS: 5 Everyday Ways to Love Your Neighbor and Change the World — “Dave and Jon Ferguson have found five simple, straightforward practices that will allow any believer to do just that. And by consistently living them out, you can affect not just individual lives but your entire neighborhood and community—one person at a time.”


The Simplest Way to Change the World: Biblical Hospitality as a Way of Life — “The Simplest Way to Change the World is about biblical hospitality and its power for the gospel. Since people will sooner enter a living room than a church, hospitality is a natural and effective way to build relationships for Christ.”


Honest Evangelism: How To Talk About Jesus Even When It’s Tough — “Most of us find evangelism hard. There is great hostility towards Jesus. But there is also great hunger for Jesus and there is no greater joy than seeing people come to know him. This realistic and humorous book by Rico Tice will help prepare and encourage you to be honest and bold in your evangelism, presenting the gospel fully and properly, even when it’s tough.”


How to Revive Evangelism: 7 Vital Shifts in How we Share Our Faith — “In How to Revive Evangelism, he shares the often-overlooked evangelistic approaches of Jesus himself and demonstrates how returning to these fundamentals are the key to reviving evangelism in the 21st century. Incorporating groundbreaking and often startling data, Springer offers Christians seven shifts in how to share their faith–with friends and family members, neighbors and coworkers–that create greater potential for life change and interest in Jesus.”


Reimagining Evangelism: Inviting Friends on a Spiritual Journey — “Sometimes talking about Jesus with your friends can feel like trying to close a deal on a sales call, pushing something on people they may not really want. But what if you thought of it more like inviting them on a spiritual journey? Here is your invitation to reimagine what evangelism could be for you.”


Saturate: Being Disciples of Jesus in the Everyday Stuff of Life — “Drawing on his experience as a pastor and church planter, Jeff Vanderstelt wants us to see that there’s more―much more―to the Christian life than sitting in a pew once a week. God has called his people to something bigger: a view of the Christian life that encompasses the ordinary, the extraordinary, and everything in between. Packed full of biblical teaching, compelling stories, and real-world advice, this book will remind you that Jesus is filling the world with his presence through the everyday lives of everyday people.”


A Meal With Jesus: Discovering Grace, Community, and Mission Around the Table — “Tim Chester brings to light God’s purposes in the seemingly ordinary act of sharing a meal―how this everyday experience is really an opportunity for grace, community, and mission. Chester challenges contemporary understandings of hospitality as he urges us to evaluate why and who we invite to our table. Learn how you can foster grace and bless others through the rich fare being served in A Meal with Jesus.”


The Master Plan Of Evangelism — “For more than forty years this classic study has shown Christians how to minister to the people God brings into their lives. Instead of drawing on the latest popular fad or the newest selling technique, Dr. Robert E. Coleman looks to the Bible to find the answer to the question: What was Christ’s strategy for evangelism? This convenient, portable format has an updated look for a new generation of readers.”




Evangelism in a Skeptical World with Sam Chan — “In this course, Sam Chan will provide insight on how to winsomely engage skeptics with the gospel. This series of talks is designed to help both church leaders and members and connects with Chan’s course textbook, below. Learners should watch each video and read the accompanying section of the book.”