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Three simple words: as you go. Imagine what would happen in the lives of individuals or families, in cultures, or to political and economic systems if believers embraced and lived those three simple words. Christ was clear: as we go, we are to make disciples. That means, in your everyday setting, in the natural ebb and flow of life, you are to share Christ with those around you. So, what is holding you back or keeping you from effectively sharing the gospel and winning people to Christ?

Unscripted empowers you to shake off stale evangelism techniques and embrace a new way of life. It does not offer you another “program” to follow. It encourages you to live boldly and passionately in the cause of Christ without reservation. Unscripted is a way of life that connects you with the spiritual power needed for effective witnessing and, more importantly, for building meaningful relationships through which your witness can flow.


Product Information

Retail: $14.99
Digital: $9.99
EAN: 9781596694088
ISBN: 1596694084
Item #: N144114
Category: Christian Life
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Size: 6 X 9 Inches
Page Count: 192
Pack Qty: 36
Pub Date: May 2014



All of us need encouragement to live out our faith in the busyness of everyday life. This book is a guide every Christian can use to share the gospel wherever God places them.”
Bobby EvansVice President and Assistant General Manager, San Francisco Giants

Insightful and challenging, this book calls for every believer to make an impact for Christ.”
– Anthony Jordan, Executive Director, Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma


About the Author

Jeff Iorg is president of Gateway Seminary (previously Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary). Prior to his service at the seminary, Iorg was executive director of the Northwest Baptist Convention for almost ten years. Jeff is a graduate of Hardin Simmons University (BA), Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv), and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (DMin). He and his wife, Ann, have three adult children.

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