Resuscitating Evangelism

Ernest L. Easley (Author) Jordan Easley (Author)


When was the last time you shared your faith?

If we're being honest, it's an awkward, challenging conversation. Christians know that we're supposed to be sharing the gospel with the lost. Jesus gave us the Great Commission before he left, telling us to go and make disciples of all nations. But we still just . . . don't do it. Why?

Is evangelism dead?

Here's the good news: evangelism is the means by which Jesus promised to build his church, and Jesus will make good on his promises. In Resuscitating Evangelism father-son duo Jordan and Ernest Easley--both pastors and evangelists--share a biblical strategy for obeying Jesus and bringing new life to evangelism. As we bring new life to evangelism, we'll see God bring new life to the lost all around us.

Product Details

$16.99  $15.63
B&H Books
Publish Date
March 03, 2020
5.5 X 0.5 X 8.4 inches | 0.5 pounds

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About the Author

Jordan Easley is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Cleveland, Tennessee. He holds degrees from Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas and Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, and also attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Jordan is the author of Life Change: Finding a New Way to Hope, Think, and Live. He and his wife, Audra, live in Cleveland, Tennessee and are the proud parents of their two children, Jailee and Asher. Ernest Easley is the teaching pastor over evangelism at First Baptist Church in Cleveland, Tennessee. He served as a lead pastor for over thirty-one years in Texas and Georgia and professor of evangelism for three years at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. He studied at Baylor University, Dallas Baptist University, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Luther Rice Seminary. Ernest is the author of Through the Valleys and contributor on and He and his wife, Julie, have three children and seven grandchildren.