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Evangelism is an indispensable rhythm in the heartbeat of the church. Yet, today many churches struggle to carry out a program of evangelism.
Taking into full account contemporary cultural influences and how they affect the church's capacity to embrace this mission, author William Powell Tuck proposes practical ideas that will enable churches to do evangelism with greater sensitivity and effectiveness.
William Powell Tuck, is an ordained Baptist minister, who has been a pastor in Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina and Louisiana, a professor of Christian Preaching at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky and an adjunct professor at several colleges. He has also served as an interim pastor and as an Intentional Interim pastor in several churches. He is the author of twenty-four books and over 200 articles in theological and ministerial journals. Bill is often engaged in Bible and book studies, supply preaching and interim ministry. He is married to Emily Campbell, who is a deacon and Sunday School teacher in their local church, and they are the parents of two children and four grandchildren. He and Emily make their home in Midlothian, Virginia, a suburb of Richmond.
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