DETROIT, Michigan (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Christ’s commandment to “go forth and make disciples of all nations” is easier said than done. Witnessing to others is a skill that often gets lost amidst modern distractions. Dr. Althea M. Brown teaches you how to change that.
Dr. Brown’s 25 years of experience in active ministry have equipped her with the wisdom to teach others about witnessing in the 21st century. Through her book “Evangelism: Go Make… (Matt. 28:19),” she provides an instructional guide to evangelism that is both educational and entertaining. The book breaks down evangelism and describes the concept in practical, spiritual and meaningful ways to help anyone who has a genuine interest in ministry.
Accompanied by a workbook, Dr. Brown offers ministries tools for conducting evangelical seminars in ecumenical congregations regardless of size or location. These tools are designed not only to redeem the wayward, but also to reconcile marginalized members of the church and community.
“In this age of explosive technological advancement, it is still refreshing to find written works that may slow the pace, yet not diminish the excitability of the written word,” says Brown. “This is a powerful, spiritually nourishing book that can help readers learn to become disciples and reach the masses.”
The book is part of a trilogy by Dr. Brown that also includes the titles “Holy Spirit: Fruit and Gifts Seminar” and “Praise and Worship: Heaven’s Address.” Each of these works draws the reader into a depth of clarity in understanding the fundamental influences that help shape young Christians and refresh those who have been on the journey for an extended time.
For more information, visit http://www.draltheambrown.com.
“Evangelism: Go Make… (Matt: 28:19)”
By Dr. Althea M. Brown
Available at http://www.amazon.com, http://www.AuthorHouse.com and http://www.draltheambrown.com.
About the author
Althea M. Brown received her Doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University in Marietta, Ga. She was working as a full-time faculty member at the university when she decided to continue her spiritual journey by returning to school to study the Bible. She began taking Bible classes, facilitating evangelism seminars, teaching in prisons and acting as chaplain for a college campus. In 2002 she received her Master of Divinity from Turner Theological Seminary at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta. She received her Doctorate of Ministry from the Ecumenical Theological Seminary, writing her dissertation on evangelism in the African-American Church.
In the last 30 years, Brown has taught evangelism seminars at churches in three states. She serves as an itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church. She has published three books.
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