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Bible Studies

Happy FishWelcome to this evangelism ministry resources toolbox for Christians, churches, and others interested in the Christian faith. Here are several eBook Bible studies and other interesting pages for your studies. Go to the link Next for more information on ebooks! A set of 24 videos focus on children's ministry. Here are the ten eBooks mentioned.✞

Revelation Now
88 Bible Studies
Brothers
28 Bible Studies
The Household of Faith
46 Parts
The Mystical Body of Christ
37 Bible Studies
The Evangelism Handbook
62 Ministry Studies
Glory
23 Stories
Journey into Life
What is a Christian?
HiVu Photos Galleries
110 Antique Images
The Demographic Shift
7 Studies
Christian Comments
9 Guides

Introduction

You Tube IntroductionHere are several new evangelism ministry resources for the Christian and the church. Tellout was launched in 2000 and currently contains 331 studies and 1584 images in 11 eBooks, 24 videos, and 17 blogs. They feature various Biblical evangelism resources, Bible studies, church growth advice, meditation, and spirituality and cover other exciting subjects. This website appears in WC3 standards with HTML5 and CSS level 3 coding, some of the fastest formats available, and all pages are validated and checked as 100% grammatically correct. This website is free to users and has no adverts or pop-ups. The evangelism ministry resources are enabled for mobile devices and continually updated and improved. Tellout is currently read in over 22 languages in 199 countries worldwide!

Early Church History

Dear AnnieThese Tellout Digital Evangelism Programs were chronicled and compiled over a thirty-plus year Christian ministry in Britain and Canada. They contain many inspirational quotes, sermon illustrations, Bible studies, notes on early church history, and devotional stories. Some of these pages are pure Bible Studies to encourage and educate. Others are church growth commentaries. Resources seek answers to questions like "what is love?" and "was God one of us?" They tackle pressing issues Christians face in modern society. Several ebooks on this website, including "The Evangelism Handbook," published in 1982 in paperback are reproduced here in full. It contains many practical insights, evangelism resources, light-hearted and other serious thoughts for the ordinary Christian person and the evangelist. "Journey into Life" is also published here with the British publisher and author's gracious permission.

Revelation Now
(88 Bible Studies)

World Globes"Revelation Now" is an expository Bible study of the Biblical Book of Revelation. John of Patmos, the disciple whom Jesus loved, recounts these beautiful things in a vision for the Christian church's encouragement.

Brothers
(28 Bible Studies)

"Brothers" is a series of Biblical studies on the relationship between Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and the Heavenly Father. Understanding the Holy Spirit to Jesus' connection and how that bond affects Christians is essential to Christian growth and maturity.

The Household of Faith
(46 Parts)

"The Household of Faith" is a new approach to church growth based on Early Church models. This program forms households of faith to nourish Christians spiritually. It divides and doubles its membership every two years, and its relational evangelism depends on household friendships developed. Characteristics, organization, and worship models are a reflection of the Early Church record. It explains how to set up a household of faith, the faith covenant, and worship alternatives and resources. Saint Paul writes in Galatians 6.10, "So then, as we have an opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith" (English Standard Version). "The Household of Faith" program was commissioned jointly by the Church Army in Canada and The Anglican Diocese of Toronto.✞

The Mystical Body of Christ
(37 Bible Studies)

The Mystical Body of Christ program explores the Body of Christ's Biblical concept. Saint Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 12.12-14, "Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ. For we were all baptized by one Spirit to form one body — whether Jews or Gentiles, slave or free — and we were all given the one Spirit to drink. Even so, the body makes up not one part but many. The Mystical Body comes in several forms applying to personal and church life. This eBook is a study tool to explore the Mystical Body's several emanations. A study group can then use these principles in their personal and church lives. The mystical body arises from the Roman Empire Early Church model of Christian households. It is a useful and relevant way for Third Millennium ministry growth. The mystical body appears in small groups, institutions, denominations, and individuals who move God's kingdom towards the universal, global, and future heavenly kingdom. Some of the more popular subject pages covered in the Body of Christ study include String Theory Heaven, Unique Personal Names, and The Mystical Body of Christ.

The Evangelism Handbook
(62 Ministry Studies)

The "Evangelism Handbook" is a practical evangelism resource for those involved in Christian ministry published in 1982 and regularly updated. Evangelism's challenge today is whether to put one's energies into evangelizing humans or preserving the status quo and fossilizing like dinosaurs.

Glory
(23 Stories)

World from Space"Glory" is the fascinating autobiography of the American Church Army evangelist Captain Ray Lewis and his ministries worldwide.✞

Journey into Life
(3 Parts)

Sucker FishThe "Journey into Life" section explains becoming a Christian and living a Christian life. This evangelism resource booklet comes with the author, N. L. Warren's kind permission. The publisher, Kingsway Press in the United Kingdom, has printed many millions of copies in multiple languages.✞

HiVu Photos Galleries
(110 Antique Images)

The "HiVu Photos Gallery" shows more than a hundred unique First Nations lantern slide images of three thousand slides dating from 1870 to 1910.

The Demographic Shift
(7 Demographics Studies)

Areas of the Brain"The Demographic Shift" examines the Canadian, US, and British institutional church's shrinking beliefs in the population over the last twenty years. The "Baby Boomer's Twelve Tribes" is ideal as a presentation and discussion starter for management and church boards. It seeks to help lay, and clergy leaders become more aware of the needs and characteristics of the elders, the baby boom generation, generation X, the millennials, the zoomers, and the snowflakes in today's society. It teaches Christians to evangelize them successfully. A management board presentation on the baby boom and millennial generations attempts to understand their needs and characteristics. The group develops appropriate strategies to attract each generation. This section focuses on the changing elements in the third-millennium. Using the latest demographics research, it seeks to understand the twelve tribes encompassed by the Elders (Playing by the Rules), the Baby Boom Generation (Breaking the Mould), the Generation Xers (Hotwired), Millennials, and Generation Y. Unwrapping each group's characteristics can then enable the redirection of the church's energies to meet their needs. Research material is drawn from the book "Half the Congregation" by Robert McGribbon, "Sex in the Snow," "Better Happy than Rich" by Michael Adams, and "Boom, Bust, and Echo" by David K. Foot. The reports also use Statistics Canada Reports and other related sources like "Restless Gods" by Reginald Bibby.✞

Christian Comments
(9 guides)

Whispering EarThe evangelism resources comment pages offer Christian and church resources, including exploring Charles Darwin's spirituality. It has Tellout website authorship, Myanmar and Kenyan ministries, and various contributors' comments. This site link index page has links to other Biblical Christian sites on different evangelism approaches.

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