|Title:||Sharing Your Faith: A User's Guide to Evangelization|
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|Publisher:||Our Sunday Visitor (September 1, 1994)|
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Sharing Your Faith: A User's Guide to Evangelization. ISBN 9780879731694 (978-0-87973-169-4) Softcover, Our Sunday Visitor, 1994. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.
Sharing Your Faith: A User's Guide To Evangelization by. Bert Ghezzi.
Topics include faithfulness, praying in God’s presence, listening to God, cultivating a habit of thanksgiving, interceding for others, and persevering through problems at prayer. Seven Habits That Define Our Catholic Identity In this informative talk, based on his book The Heart of Catholicism, Bert Ghezzi presents a vivid picture of what it means to be a Catholic. The talk is chockfull of practical advice about how to participate effectively in the New Evangelization.
Books by Bert Ghezzi, Voices of the saints, The angry Christian, Getting free, Build with the Lord, Mystics & Miracles, The Sign of the Cross, Facing Your Feelings, The Heart of a Saint. Mystics & Miracles. The Sign of the Cross. Facing Your Feelings. The Heart of a Saint.
Bert Ghezzi is a popular author and speaker. He has written over twenty books, and his articles have appeared in the Catholic and religious press. For over three decades Ghezzi has been involved in all levels of religious education. from the University of Notre Dame, and has had an active career in publishing. A basic introduction to Jesus, Christian faith and the Church. Reminds me of a class I was in at church a while back, The Alpha Course. But this book is more specifically Catholic but also good for anyone who wants to learn about Jesus.
This book is a distillation of what he teaches, and has been included among the books distributed by Focus on the Family. Chapters 13 and 14 were very clear that the condition for eternal life is faith alone in Christ alone, and that eternal life cannot be lost. Frankly, I was a little surprised that Greg was able to state this position so strongly in a book sponsored by Focus on the Family since James Dobson is elsewhere on record for speaking against eternal security.
Bert Ghezzi: The Angry Christian first appeared in the 1970s. Many readers applied the Biblical approach and learned how to control and use their anger. Some calmed down without anger eruptions, but others, who mastered out-of-control anger, continued to struggle with forms of anger such irritability or resentment. The strategy proposed in the book does not work like magic. Learning how to discipline anger takes time, practice, persistence, and grace, and may even continue over a lifetime