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Pay attention. Brace yourself. This audio book is set to revolutionize your understanding of evangelism. That revolution stands to affect not just your everyday habits, including encounters you have with other people, but the very roots of your faith, the range of your mission, and the limits of your freedom. In the tradition of The Gospel According to Starbucks, this groundbreaking audio book dares to ask: Instead of bringing people to Jesus, how about joining Jesus in what he is already doing? Author Leonard Sweet challenges you to use all five senses to interact with God and others. Nudge will remind you that for God to do something through us, God must be doing something in us.

©2010 Leonard Sweet Ph.D (P)2011 Oasis Audio

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Captivating! A fresh perspective on an age-old practice!

The song writer exclaims "Signs signs everywhere a sign, blocking out the scenery breaking my mind; do this don't do that can't you read the sign?"

Leonard Sweet offers a novel approach to Christians here in the west for sorting through the myriad signs that clutter sides of our highways and byways. He sets aside theological dogma and in plain conversational English, teaches us how to seek and find our "first love" by distinguishing between Jesus (the original sign), and all those that have since arisen which at a minimum leave us confused, and even worse - lead us off the narrow road and away from He who is the Way, the Truth, and the Life.