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The Man in the Window

Creating a Cultural Shift in Modern Day Evangelism
  • By David J. Howell
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Imagine the dark room illuminated by lamplight only, some two-thousand years ago. The famed Apostle Paul is speaking, when all of a sudden there is a commotion. There was a young man, named Eutychus, who had fallen asleep in the window, he had suddenly fallen from the third story window to his death down below. Did anyone see him sleeping in the window? How did he end up there? What do we do next? “The Man in the Window” is a look at modern day evangelism, and the current shift in culture to move the church beyond the four walls that we have built around it. The church was not created to exist merely inside four walls that only meets a couple of times a week. It was meant to impact our cities, states, and ultimately the nations for the Kingdom of God. In a day and age, when we are grown comfortable, with our order of service, our modern worship, and continually playing it safe on Sunday Mornings, “The Man in the Window” offers an insightful look into the choice every believer has to make. Will we continue to be a society that merely looks out of the window and down at the problem, that until recently we had chosen to ignore? Will we be like the Apostle Paul, and make the decision to leave the four walls, and go into the streets, in order to truly love our neighbors? “The Man in the Window” speaks to every prodigal who has ever chosen to walk away from a relationship with God, while speaking to the offended brother who missed the celebration at his return. In the end, we owe the world an encounter with Jesus, and this is a detailed look at how we can truly be a steward over what the Holy Spirit has placed inside of us.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9798615359279
    • Author: David J. Howell
    • ISBN 13: 9798615359279
    • Publication Date: 06/01/2020
    • Format: Paperback
    • Width: 1.00 inches
    • Height: 1.00 inches
    • Length: 1.00 inches
    • Weight: 1.00 pounds
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