The co-hosts of The Way of the Master TV series and radio program, Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort; equip leaders to guide a group through this flexible curriculum for churches and small groups who want to obey the Bible’s command to tell others about Jesus. This easy-to-use leader’s guide will help you take your group step by step through their straightforward method of evangelism, made popular through their award winning show. Lead individuals to complete the course and they will have every tool they need to overcome their fear and talk about their faith with friends, neighbors, coworkers and even strangers! Four complete lessons can be presented in a one-day crash course or offered in four weekly sessions.
|Publisher:||Gospel Light Publications|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
KIRK CAMERON is a television and film actor best known for his Golden Globe® nominated work on the TV series Growing Pains and for his role as journalist Buck Williams in the Left Behind feature films. Kirk produces and co-hosts The Way of the Master TV series, winner of the National Religious Broadcasters' Best Program of the Year award, and produces and appears regularly on The Way of the Master radio show (www.wayofthemaster.com). He is married to Growing Pains and Left Behind co-star Chelsea Noble, with whom he has six children, and they live in Southern California. Together they run Camp Firefly (www.campfirely.com), a retreat for seriously ill children and their families.
RAY COMFORT is the co-host of television show, The Way of the Master with actor Kirk Cameron and the president of Living Waters Ministries. He has written for Billy Graham's Decision magazine and Bill Bright's Worldwide Challenge, and his literature is used by the Moody Bible Institute, Leighton Ford Ministries, Campus Crusade For Christ, Institute in Basic Life Principles and the Institute for Scientific and Biblical Research. He has written more than 60 books and is a regular speaker at Southern Baptist state conferences. Ray has spoken in more than 800 churches from almost every denomination. He lives with his wife, Sue, in Southern California, and they have three grown children.