John Kramp is a noted “lostologist,” someone who has studied what it means to be lost and what it can teach Christians about evangelism. Kramp believes that to share Christ with someone who is lost, you first have to understand how they think and feel. There are a lot of spiritually lost people who are having a great time, “enjoying life,” not knowing that they’re lost and not caring if they did know. Once you understand those who are lost, you can then give them directions to God. In Out of Their Faces and into Their Shoes, a 1995 Gold Medallion Finalist, Kramp explains, “The things you felt and thought the last time you got physically lost are a great preparation for sharing your faith—without being obnoxious.”
I highly recommend this helpful book.
—Bill Bright, Founder, President, Campus Crusade for Christ International
Right on target!
—Robert E. Coleman, Author, The Master Plan of Evangelism