Will Metzger's training manual on the message and methods of God-centered evangelism is now in its third edition! This revised and expanded version of the original guide published in 1981 is written to address the concern that many Christians, entrusted with the gospel message, have forgotten the message and their responsibility to accurately convey it. The recovery of a God-centered and grace-centered gospel is imperative, says Will Metzger. In the third edition of his critically-acclaimed training manual he expands on the topics of grace and worship. And he emphasizes the centrality of sovereign, saving grace that completely exalts God. In addition, he offers a narrative approach to witnessing with the story """"Come Home,"""" training materials for Christians who want to learn God-centered evangelism, and a study guide on evangelism suitable for individuals or groups. More than ever, Tell the Truth is ready to serve the church as a comprehensive, accessible and effective guide to God-centered evangelism.
Release on 2012-04-03 | by Sue Unerman,Jonathan Salem Baskin
Honesty Is Your Most Powerful Marketing Tool
Author: Sue Unerman,Jonathan Salem Baskin
Pubpsher: BenBella Books, Inc.
Category: Business & Economics
Truth is a powerful marketing tool—and really the only way to promote a message and brand effectively. Truth in advertising has long been something to ignore, or at least downplay. The role of advertising has been to position and manipulate brands to convince consumers that they’re imbued with qualities they don’t necessarily possess, or presume to tell them which ones matter. It worked when the brand’s voice was the only voice, but with the rise of social media that era is over. Marketers have focused their messages on entertainment, creating funny or engaging campaigns that win awards but don’t always sell products. Consumers determine what’s true, and smart companies have realized that every communications medium can and will be used to contribute to those conclusions. In Tell the Truth, Jonathan Baskin and Sue Unerman look at the content and context of marketing communications. They provide the research of hundreds of companies and in-depth case studies on more than 50 global brands to show us that truthful brands deliver sales, profits, and sustainable relationships. Truth truly yields true competitive advantage.
An Oregon ski trip leads to an avalanche of desire in the New York Times–bestselling author’s series that sets each novel in a different state. “Lucky at cards, unlucky in love.” Tell’s words as they left the casino brought the haunted look back into Andrea’s eyes. The skiing holiday in Squaw Valley was all she’d hoped for. And she had totally ignored the warning voices that cautioned her to stay away from Tell Stafford. A lot of girls indulged in harmless flirtations. Why shouldn’t she? But Andrea and Tell had fallen deeply in love, and now it was too late. Andra knew that if she revealed her terrible secret, everything would change….
This is about a true event that happen to a person at work that is bad enough, But the company as well is making sure no one knows, The Truth on what really happen As you see it happen Thank God for Great doctors only to be told your name is in Medical history still alive and kicking!
This book is about metaphor-what it is, what it does. Putting aside overly technical definitions, the author proposes one intended for the general reader: A metaphor is a lie that tells the truth. (An example: "Uncle Pat is a hog." A literal lie, anyone who observes Uncle Pat forking it in will agree that this "lie" is also true.) Drawn from such diverse arenas as literature, sports, education, oratory, religion and philosophy-even the stock market-the book presents more than two hundred metaphors that demonstrate that no society anywhere on earth does (or did) not have metaphors. Convincingly, the author shows that this incredibly wide use of metaphor depends on its startling, colorful language that is easy to understand and easy to remember. The heart of the book is a collection of metaphors that offer an alternative to description of things spiritual in abstract language. By contrast, the author maintains, metaphor throws light on the spiritual world, even into its most shadowed corners.
A three-year-old girl is snatched from a beach in Spain. Nobody heard a sound. Nobody saw a thing. Rosie Gilmour's much-needed holiday is cut short when the abduction story breaks and she's sent to cover it. Her instincts tell her something's wrong: such a crime must surely have its witnesses, and the girl's mother's story doesn't add up. With a child's life at stake, Rosie must dig deeper into the seedy depths of the area, making dangerous enemies. As she closes in on the truth, she realises the penalty for missing this particular deadline could be her own death. 'Perfectly paced and neatly plotted' Daily Mail
Exposing Apostasy and the Conspiracy of Silence in the Last Days!
Author: Ken M. Schmidt
Pubpsher: Xlibris Corporation
This book was originally intended to be (a 3 Volume set or Trilogy, but has been shortened to a single volume and edited for publication as a single title), Not afraid To Tell The Truth which could be subtitled: Exposing the conspiracy of silence in the Last Days, it is not a book about discipleship necessarily, nor is it a book you could use as a guideline for counseling; rather it is a book written with the intention of shedding light upon (13) contrasting themes running through the whole of Gods Word, which the author believes have become confused by Western Christian wrong thinking, preaching and practice in the last days of the Church age*. False teachers and heretical teachings have crept into the Church unawares bringing with it a form of captivity similar to the captivity of the nation Israel, but with far graver consequences.