Show Me How to Preach Evangelistic Sermons
By: R. Larry Moyer

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Drawing on more than thirty-five years of evangelism experience, adroit evangelist R. Larry Moyer communicates the motivation and principles that enable pastors and speakers to communicate the gospel in a preaching or speaking situation. Believers must be about the business of speaking truth to the world, and Show Me How to Preach Evangelistic Sermons equips readers to do just that!

In twenty-seven helpful chapters, he explains why expository evangelistic preaching is so important, lists different ways to give an evangelistic message, and defines key terms such as sin, belief, and repentance. Included in this comprehensive book on evangelistic preaching are many practical tips and two sample messages.

About the Author
Veteran evangelist Dr. Larry Moyer is a frequent speaker in evangelistic outreaches, training seminars, churches, and classrooms across the world. Born with an inherited speech defect, Larry vowed to God as a teenager that if He would allow him to gain control of his speech he would always use his voice to declare the gospel. Miraculously, he experienced a control he never had. That prayer along with a year of speech therapy brought him to a point where he hasn’t stopped sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.


"Not only does Larry Moyer provide a method for securing illustrations for sermons, but he also presents an incredible mine of illustrations from which preachers can draw. Well done!"
Scott M. Gibson, Haddon Robinson Professor of Preaching, Gordon-Conwell Seminary
"A great illustration often is sourced by preachers who struggle to move into and then out of an illustration. Larry's book provides great illustrations and the transitions to go with them. This book is a gold mine for preachers."
Calvin Pearson, Associate Pastor, Crossroads Baptist Church and former Associate Professor of Preaching, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary