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R. Larry Moyer Evangelism Collection (9 vols.)

, 1996–2004



If the Gospel is such good news, why is it so hard to share? Jesus instructs his followers to carry out the Great Commission—to preach the Gospel in all times and places—yet many of us cannot muster the strength to share the Gospel with our neighbors, family members, and closest friends. Perhaps you find yourself tongue-tied, stumbling over your words, failing in your good intentions. Or maybe you’re a pastor, and find the evangelism efforts of your church languishing.

In the 9-volume R. Larry Moyer Evangelism Collection, Moyer shows you how to share your faith and gives you the courage to testify to the work of God. His insight, clarity, and experience in evangelism will breathe new life into your evangelism efforts, and will help you share the Good News in sensible and understandable ways. The books in this collection include devotionals for new believers and evangelists alike, and address the basic questions of non-believers and common obstacles to the faith. Moyer corrects the common misconceptions about evangelism and the mistakes made by evangelists, and also inspires vital evangelistic efforts in churches and in the lives of individuals. Pastors, teachers, and anyone interested in discerning new and exciting ways to follow the Great Commission will benefit from R. Larry Moyer’s advice and experience!

Key Features

  • How-to guides for breathing new life into your evangelistic efforts
  • Addresses common concerns and misconceptions about evangelism
  • Daily devotions for evangelists and new believers
  • Study guides and questions for reflection included in many books in this collection

Product Details

  • Title: R. Larry Moyer Evangelism Collection
  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Volumes: 9
  • Pages: 1,230
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21 Things God Never Said: Correcting Our Misconceptions about Evangelism

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 176

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"When you miss an opportunity to share Christ with someone, it’s your fault if that person goes to hell."

Not true, says veteran evangelist and teacher Larry Moyer. God never said many of the things that we believe. In this practical book, Moyer dispels twenty-one common misconceptions Christians have about evangelism. With biblical principles and practical suggestions, he helps us learn to witness out of grace, not guilt.

Salvation is free, yet it did not come without great cost. Salvation is also simple, yet many believers struggle because they add requirements that are not found in Scripture. Larry Moyer does a superb job of challenging these misconceptions, freeing God’s children to fully abound in his grace.

—Jack Eggar, president and CEO, Awana Clubs International

Many who think they are sharing the Gospel are leaving out important elements that sinners need to hear: they're lost; Christ paid the penalty for their sin; we are saved through simple faith in Christ alone and not in praying some prayer or doing some other act. This book should help clear up confusion in the minds of many people.

The Baptist Bulletin

31 Days to Contagious Living: A Daily Devotional Guide on Modeling Christ to Others

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 104

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This creative one-month devotional will revitalize your life for Christ and, in doing so, draw people to him. Evangelism, biblically defined, means sharing the Gospel with the intent of seeing the other person trust Christ. Until we present the Gospel through spoken or written witness and invite people to trust Christ, we have not evangelized. Whether or not they come to Christ is ultimately God’s responsibility. But our job as evangelists includes both information and invitation. This devotional will help you live a contagious lifestyle by living Christ at the same time as you are sharing Christ.

If you’re praying for a loved one or friend who needs the Lord, join your prayers with these daily devotions and praise God for the results!

—Luis Palau

Moyer's devotional is meant to inspire Christians to do their job—live Christ at the same time you are sharing him. A month's worth of devotions includes a biblical passage, thoughts to consider, an illustration, meditation and prayer focus for each day.

On Mission

31 Days to Living as a New Believer

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 102

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As a new believer, you have taken the first step on the journey of knowing God—a journey that lasts a lifetime and requires purposeful instruction. Written in a one-month, daily devotional format, 31 Days to Living as a New Believer provides simple, yet essential, truths for Christian living. These life-changing truths are ones every new believer can easily read and understand.

Topics addressed include:

  • You and Christ: relationship vs. religion
  • Essential priorities for spiritual growth
  • Following Christ, not Christians
  • Spiritual gifts and serving others
  • Managing your possessions

31 Days with the Master Fisherman: A Daily Devotional on Bringing Christ to Others

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 102

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It has been well said that many things are more often caught than taught. This practical book encourages the reader to spend time in reflection and meditation on the subjects of discipleship and evangelism. As we spend time considering the issues closest to the heart of Jesus Christ, we will catch his vision for the world and share his compassion for the lost and needy.

Written in a one month, daily devotional format, 31 Days with the Master Fisherman is designed to encourage all believers to join in the Great Commission to share the Good News and to improve each person’s skills in the greatest fishing expedition of all time.

Dear God, I'm Ticked Off: Answering the Spiritual Complaints and Concerns of Others

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 144

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If a non-Christian were to write an honest letter about God, what might it say? What might a Christian friend say in response? These two questions form the basis for Larry Moyer’s candid and heart-touching series of letters about God, followed by truthful, Bible-based responses.

Dear God, I’m Ticked Off answers many of the questions most commonly asked by non-Christians and examines the mind-set and thinking of the questioners while exploring the issues they raise, such as:

  • God may have created the world, but he doesn’t seem to know how to run it.
  • Jesus Christ is not the only person who claimed to be God. Isn’t it possible he was just on an ego trip?
  • How can I trust the Bible? It was written more than two thousand years ago.
  • If God is loving as the Bible claims he is, how can he send anyone to hell?
  • If God is so great, why are his people so awful?

Free and Clear: Understanding and Communicating God's Offer of Eternal Life

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 272

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Can we state the Gospel correctly and clearly so that non-Christians can grasp its meaning? Veteran evangelist Larry Moyer has spent over twenty years reflecting on the most common issues and problems in personal evangelism. This handbook will lead believers step-by-step into a thorough understanding of the Gospel message and a grasp of biblical terminology and concepts. Also included are group discussion questions for each chapter.

This book is for any pastor or layperson who takes the Great Commission seriously...I think you’ll come away with a fresh appreciation for the salvation we have in Christ and a renewed desire to present the Gospel to others.

—Luis Palau

Growing in the Family: Eight Vital Relationships for the Growing Christian

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 144

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Being a part of God’s family means more than attending a church service. It means growing in our understanding of his will for our lives and in our relationship to the Lord and other believers.

Growing in the Family is a practical and easy-to-follow guide that helps believers dig into the Bible and discover:

  • How to live in daily fellowship with Christ
  • How to study the Bible and apply it to life
  • How to use one’s gifts to serve others
  • How to face the problems and temptations of life
  • How to share one’s faith with confidence

This book is helpful not only for the individual reader, but is also designed to be used in discipleship training classes and small group Bible studies.

Larry Moyer’s How-To Book on Personal Evangelism

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 128

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Drawing upon over twenty-five years of experience in evangelism, Larry Moyer introduces readers to the exciting reality that believers can learn how to share the Gospel with others—clearly and confidently.

If somebody introduced you to the most rewarding thing in life, would you take it? Of course! And that’s just what we have to offer to others. Introducing Jesus Christ to someone is not only the most important thing you could do for them, but also the most personally rewarding thing you could do for yourself.

Even if you think evangelism isn’t for you, this step-by-step resource shows you how to start and nurture and evangelistic lifestyle. You’ll discover:

  • How to overcome fear in evangelism
  • How to regain a heart for unbelievers
  • How to reach your relatives
  • How to evangelize out of grace, not guilt
  • How to avoid common mistakes in evangelism

Welcome to the Family!: Understanding Your New Relationship to God and Others

  • Author: R. Larry Moyer
  • Publisher: Kregel
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 64

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Growing in the Christian life is much more than just joining a church. It begins with an understanding of our new family relationship with Jesus Christ and other believers and continues as we put our knowledge into practice each day.

Welcome to the Family is a practical and easy-to-follow guide to understanding and enjoying the believer’s place in the family of God. Topics discussed include:

  • How do I really know I’m going to heaven?
  • How do I talk to God? How does God talk to me?
  • How will my relationships change?
  • What does it mean to follow Christ?
  • How do I maintain a close relationship with Christ as a growing disciple?
  • How do I share Christ with others?

This introduction to the basic issues of growing in Christ will be useful for individual believers or for anyone working on follow-up programs, discipleship training, or small group studies.

About R. Larry Moyer

R. Larry Moyer received his Th.M. degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and has been working in the field of evangelistic ministry and evangelism training for more than twenty-five years. He is the president and CEO of EvanTell, Inc., an evangelistic association in Dallas, Texas, and speaks at evangelistic outreaches, training seminars, and in classrooms across the country.


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    There is no dynamic discount and the price is more than if you buy them individually.

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