Alarming and even near-death experiences, hilarious misfortunes due to cultural and language barriers, but most importantly, many inspiring testimonies to the goodness and saving power of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Field evangelism is taking the gospel to where people are already located, instead of trying to get people to come to you. In 1989, Phil Eyster was called by the Lord to international field evangelism, and since then, he’s preached in open-air markets, hospitals, factories, jungle villages, nomadic huts in the desert, AIDS colonies, schools, leper colonies, discos, at funerals, at ferryboat landings, and in many other unique and surprising places. This has resulted in some alarming and even near-death experiences, hilarious misfortunes due to cultural and language barriers, but most importantly, many inspiring testimonies to the goodness and saving power of our Lord Jesus Christ.
About the Author
Dr. Phil Eyster, B.A., M.Div., D.Min., realized early in his Christian life that God had called him to international ministry. Eagle Projects International, where he serves as president, conducts evangelism, church planting, leadership training, and humanitarian work in countries around the world – from the mountains of Nepal to the favelas of Brazil, from Mozambique to Myanmar, and in places where the gospel has never been or rarely been preached. Phil has studied at Gordon College, Western Seminary, and Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his amazing wife, Marcia, live in rural Maine. They have seven children, including two adopted daughters from China.
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