Matt Mikalatos has some Good News… for a Change

How do you talk to people about Jesus? Evangelism is one of those topics Christians know they should care about, but often avoid. Matt’s new book makes this scary topic approachable and fun… and of course we get the whole scoop!

Story Men - June 4, 2018

Matt Mikalatos has some Good News... for a Change

Matt Mikalatos has some Good News... for a Change

How do you talk to people about Jesus? Evangelism is one of those topics Christians know they should care about, but often avoid. Matt's new book makes this scary topic approachable and fun... and of course we get the whole scoop!

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10 – Good News for a Change

32 – What’s with the Sheep?

44 – Sneak Peek

47 – Deals!

49 – PPOW

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Author: JR. Forasteros

JR. lives in Dallas, TX with his wife Amanda. In addition to exploring the wonders that are the Lone Star state, JR. is the teaching pastor at Catalyst Community Church, a writer and blogger. His book, Empathy for the Devil, is available from InterVarsity Press. He's haunted by the Batman, who is in turn haunted by the myth of redemptive violence.

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