#AmReading – The Unexpected Adventure By Lee Strobel and Mark Mittelberg

Christian apologist Lee Strobel teams-up with author Mark Mittelberg for The Unexpected Adventure: Taking Everyday Risks to Talk with People about Jesus, a daily devotional.

From the synopsis on Amazon:

When we seize opportunities to talk with others about Jesus, days that start out dull and tedious can quickly blossom into exciting escapades. Written for today’s multigenerational, multicultural world, The Unexpected Adventure helps readers take easy steps into a natural evangelistic lifestyle that will energize their own faith while making an eternal difference in the lives of people they encounter. Using a devotional-style format, bestselling authors Lee Strobel and Mark Mittelberg tell dramatic and sometimes funny stories from their own lives and then draw out practical applications backed by Scripture.

Set-up to be read daily, Strobel and Mittelberg share testimonies about how they encounter people in their lives and shared the Gospel with them. From neighbors to waiters to fellow churchgoers, the two discuss how Christians can reach the lost for God without coming across as intrusive and provide scriptural guidance for everyone. I found it interesting, teachable, and easy to read for anyone looking for guidance.

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