From a young person to other young people, this book addresses the fears we face and excuses we make about sharing the gospel.
An invigorating challenge interwoven with real life experiences, honest reflection, humorous cartoons, and practical ideas for witnessing. From a young person to other young people, this book addresses the fears we face and excuses we make, while providing vision for being strong for the Lord in the years of one’s youth! It contains practical ideas of how to begin conversations, how to ask the right questions, defend the gospel, and walk closely with the Lord ourselves.
Grace frequently speaks at girls and women's conferences, and youth events on the topic of evangelism. In addition to writing a book and study guide on witnessing, she has also written and produced numerous gospel tracts. Grace enjoys training believers through Witnessing Workshops and Evangelism Camps and often coordinates gospel outreaches in her community and elsewhere. Her current project is a video course equipping Christians to share their faith.
“ "Will Our Generation Speak" is a much needed evangelism training that upholds the authority of the Bible as it teaches Christians to boldly proclaim the gospel and defend the Biblical truth. I heartily endorse it. ”
“ A wonderful, practical, and very timely publication ... with practical examples and inspiring heart-warming personal experiences. It's fuel for your fire, diligently gathered by the author so that you can let your light shine. ”
“ Witnessing often makes people nervous, but it is very important that we share our faith. Grace Mally gives practical tools that work! ”
“ Grace has an open and engaging writing style which makes for an enjoyable read. Although specifically targeted toward the younger generation, this book provides an excellent guide for Christians who struggle with witnessing at any age. ”
“ The Christian church has long needed a stimulus for effective witnessing from a Biblical worldview. In this book Grace Mally fills that need. ”
“ Grace Mally shows how to break the ice and introduce people to the good news of the Gospel. ”