Books for Outreach and Evagelism

Confronting Christianity

Crossover recommends: Channeling state-of-the-art research, personal stories, and careful biblical study, Confronting Christianity explores 12 questions that keep many of us from considering faith in Christ. Look more closely, Rebecca McLaughlin argues, and the reality of suffering, the complexity of sexuality, the desire for diversity, the success of science, and other seeming roadblocks to faith become signposts. Jesus becomes not a relic from the ancient world, but our modern world’s best hope.

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Taking the Plunge: Baptism and Belonging to Jesus

A resource for pastors, youth leaders and evangelists to keep on hand. With discussion questions at the end of each chapter, this book walks through with people what it means and looks like to entrust their whole lives to Christ, and how the act of baptism encapsulates and enacts it.

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Bullies and Saints

Crossover recommends: Excellent ‘apologetic apologetic’ for thinking enquirers/skeptics. Interesting historical overview with theme of Christ’s kingdom recurring.

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Questioning Christianity

Recommended book resource: Paperback for enquirers or skeptics. “This is the first book I would give to anyone who is investigating Christianity, or recently become Christian, or a Christian who wants to learn to better articulate their faith.” – Reviewer.

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10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity

Crossover recommends: Backed by state-of-the-art research, personal stories, Harry Potter illustrations (warning: spoilers!), and careful biblical study, this book doesn’t dodge tough questions. Instead, it invites teenagers to ask their hardest questions about Christianity and to find surprising, life-giving answers.

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Lost Sheep – Children’s Stories

Crossover Recommends: Over 30 Bible stories for children that point clearly to Jesus. Fun, Australian and vibrantly illustrated, available as books, storytelling packs and activity packs. By Andrew McDonough

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