The Gospel Conversation

The Gospel Conversation

Engaging in a gospel conversation is work, but it works and it’s worth it.

Casual conversations are the gateway to gospel conversations. Jesus talked to people. Jesus called his followers to talk to people. In the early church, followers of Jesus couldn’t help but speak in and about the name of Jesus. In the modern church, too many followers of Jesus don’t talk about Him at all. Why are believers in the local church not talking to their family, friends, or each other about Christ? The Gospel Conversation answers the following questions:

  • Why should followers of Jesus be engaging in gospel conversations?
  • What does engaging the lost look like in everyday life?
  • How can we connect people to Jesus one conversation at a time?

In The Gospel Conversation, Sam Greer provides a biblical, intentional, and practical approach to engaging the lost in everyday life. By unpacking a conversation that Paul had with Philemon and through his own personal gospel conversations, Sam provides powerful and practical insight to help every Christ-follower start gospel conversations.


Sam Greer has served as a local church pastor since 2004. After pastoring two congregations in Louisiana, Sam was led to Red Bank Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he has served as Senior Pastor since 2012. The passion of Sam’s heart is to connect people to Jesus one conversation at a time and to lead God’s people to do the same. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Millsaps College, and a Master of Divinity, Master of Theology, and a Doctor of Philosophy from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Sam and his wife Tonya have two daughters.

The Gospel Conversation: Engaging the Lost in Everyday Life (Replicate Resources) (Volume 3)

The Gospel Conversation: Engaging the Lost in Everyday Life (Replicate Resources) (Volume 3)
Engaging in a gospel conversation is work, but it works and it’s worth it. Casual conversations are the gateway to gospel conversations. Jesus talked to people. Jesus called his followers to talk to people. In the early church, followers of Jesus couldn’t help but speak in and about the name of ...
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Engaging in a gospel conversation is work, but it works and it’s worth it. Casual conversations are the gateway to gospel conversations. Jesus talked to people. Jesus called his followers to talk to people. In the early church, followers of Jesus couldn’t help but speak in and about the name of Jesus. In the modern church, too many followers of Jesus don’t talk about Him at all. Why are believers in the local church not talking to their family, friends, or each other about Christ? The Gospel Conversation answers the following questions: • Why should followers of Jesus be engaging in gospel conversations? • What does engaging the lost look like in everyday life? • How can we connect people to Jesus one conversation at a time? In The Gospel Conversation, Sam Greer provides a biblical, intentional, and practical approach to engaging the lost in everyday life. By unpacking a conversation that Paul had with Philemon and through his own personal gospel conversations, Sam provides powerful and practical insight to help every Christ-follower start gospel conversations.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Year: 2017
ISBN: 1977904785
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Robby Gallaty is the Senior Pastor of Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, TN. He was radically saved out of a life of drug addiction on November 12, 2002. In 2008, he began Replicate Ministries to equip and train men and women to be disciples who make disciples. He is also the author of Growing Up: How to Be a Disciple Who Makes Disciples (2013), Firmly Planted: How to Cultivate a Faith Rooted in Christ (2015), Rediscovering Discipleship: Making Jesus’ Final Words Our First Work (2015), Foundations: A 260-Day Bible Reading Plan for Busy Believers (2015), and The Forgotten Jesus: How Western Christians Should Follow an Eastern Rabbi (2017).