Description

Jacked is a collection of stories, anecdotes, and funny observations about expanding God’s kingdom. It is the perfect tool for teaching and training a college student how to share his or her faith. The book’s chapters are grouped and organized into sections by these specific categories: The Master, The Message, The Messengers, The Masses, and The Methods of evangelism. Each section contains six devotional-length articles and a small group Bible study addressing that aspect of evangelism (five Bible studies in total).

Jacked means to be extremely enthusiastic, exhilarated, or excited about something. So much so that you can’t keep it to yourself; you need to share it, shout it, write it on the walls…an irrepressible passion to share the gospel. The goal of this devotional is to get you enthused, motivated – jacked – to share Christ with others.

Ideally members of a small group would go through Jacked in their daily times in the Bible, and at the end of the week, discuss that component of evangelism together as a group.

About the Author

About the Author

Shelby Abbott is an author, campus minister, and conference speaker on staff with the ministry of Cru. His passion for university students has led him to speak at college campuses all over the United States and author the books Jacked, I Am A Tool (To Help With Your Dating Life), and Pressure Points: A Guide to Navigating Student Stress (New Growth Press). He and his wife Rachael have two daughters and reside in Downingtown, Pennsylvania.

Details

Product Details:

158 pages, soft cover, 2-color interior, 6.25 x 9, Teaching, Training, and Devotional. Includes 5 small group Bible studies.


Ministry Use:

Above all else Jacked is meant to be a motivational tool—inspiring believers to share their Christ. Jacked also provides practical explanation and reinforcement of the Campus Ministry’s Evangelism Model. Ideally members of a small group would go through Jacked in their devotional times, and at the end of the week, discuss that component of evangelism together as a group.


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