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Coffeehouse Gospel [Paperback]

By Turner Matthew (A01)
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Pages   157
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7" Width: 5" Height: 0.55"
Weight:   0.39 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Sep 30, 2004
Publisher   CHARISMA HOUSE #135
ISBN  0974694282  
EAN  9780974694283  

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Written for anyone who's ever struggled to share their faith with others, The Coffeehouse Gospel shows Christians how to evangelize effectively by sharing their personal stories of how God has impacted their lives. It includes questions and journal sections to help readers articulate their own spiritual experiences and show them how to be ready to defend and express their faith.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Matthew Turner is a storyteller, nomad, and coffee loving fiend. He sees life as one gigantic tale, and it's the role of creator in which he has taken. Be it Fiction, Non-Fiction, or Day-to-Day Musings, each new day brings a beginning, middle, and end. As a modern day writer, relationships are important. Don't simply read and sit back, instead get involved. Ask questions, be part of the conversation, and connect with like minded folk. Discover more @

Matthew Turner currently resides in Nashville.

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Excellent Content  Dec 19, 2006
I have read this book several times and have purchased it for friends to read as well and led a book study for this book as well.

This is one of several books I would recommend for someone in Christian "sub culture" and is burned out by it.
Every Christian Should Read This Book  Mar 27, 2006
Many so-called Christians think faith is all about themselves and God (individualists) or it's about being right and proving everyone else wrong (legalists) or it's what works for them since they think every road leads to heaven (postmodernists). But faith is about community--community with the Father, Son, Spirit, Church, and a hurting world that needs reconciliation.

I am a minister in churches of Christ and I am a huge fan of "coffeehouse ministries." So I bought this book thinking it would be about that. I quickly learned it is about more: (as the subtitle states) "sharing your faith in everyday conversation." The biggest struggle where I minister is getting people to know how (or even that they ought) to share their faith story with everyone around them. Turner challenges us to do just that in very practical ways that are relevant.

Turner is very open and honest in this very conversational book, saying things like "No calling on my life is more engaging and at the same time stressful than God's call for me to be His witness" (p. 5). It's all about being a witness in the way Jesus was. The various conversations with people he shares are great. And the exercises to help people know and share their own story with people are fantastic. I will be using this as a teaching tool.

One final theological note: when he (or anyone else) starts people down the "Romans Road" (which he uses as an example of basics to know), someone should remind him to stop at 6:3-11.
Hard to put down!  Mar 17, 2006
This is a wonderful book written in a format that is hard to put down. It just really helps you to think about and evaluate your own life. The purpose of this is to find out what's getting in the way of your witnessing and how to make it better. He shares many comversations he's had, I just wish he would have put what came of them in the book. It's a great buy and a wonderful motivator!
MATTHEW PAUL TURNER's Provocative Faith. I was a huge fan of Coffeehouse Gospel (didn't care for Christian Culture Survival Guide), but this second book was a huge help in letting me see how sharing one's faith can be made simple by sharing your story. In Provocative Faith, Turner share's his story--it's power and convicting. I've been a Christian reader for quite some time, and I rarely get to experience a book that is honest, vulnerable and points me to Jesus. In my opinion, Matthew's a rare gift of a writer. And I think he'll get better
The Coffehouse Gospel  Aug 3, 2005
In the end, this book does give some good ideas (here and there) on striking up conversations with other non-believers. I looked forward to reading this book very much for a while and, now that I am finished, I must admit that it wasn't what I had expected. Now, mind you, this is coming from my own perspective--my own personal review. If this book has helped anyone with sharing Christ, which is the reason it was written, then Amen and Amen.
The thing that really got me afraid to read the rest of the book happened near the beginning: Turner talks about helping those who are poor by this earth's standards, or who at least seem to be. He then goes on to talk about giving to the needy, even though you know they will use the money to deteriorate their own health. The money we possess is not ours; our God gave us this money, so shouldn't we use it for purposes that will glorify His Son? Turner seems to look through the world's eyes of Christianity and not through the eyes of Heaven. Although there are many features of this book that I have found helpful (i.e. when Turner finishes up the book by sharing that talking about Christ can come from the simplest of conversations), the entirety of it was not solid. Another aspect that was not to be of great concern was the editing. I have a tendency of looking out for punctuation and grammatical errors, and of found quite a few of these throughout the book; but these are menial mistakes.

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