Personal Evangelism and Christian Training through PTL
by Reid Ashbaucher 6/27/2012 / Ministry Website Reviews
Whether you are a new Christian or a seasoned veteran of the Christian faith, the struggle for a meaningful and successful Christian walk has always been an issue. This is why, since 1893, Pocket Testament League (PTL) has been developing free, meaningful and practical Christian discipleship and evangelism tools. These tools assist the Christian in developing lifelong habits, which will help them spiritually grow and be more successful in honoring God's Word.
Because PTL recognizes the changing times both in culture and in technology, they have developed free evangelism training, free daily devotionals and a way to help Christians fulfill the great commission of evangelism through Scripture distribution of the Gospel of John. They accomplish this by taking advantage of current technology delivering these programs to you through electronic media applications such as the iPhone, iPad or any Android device, and if you don't have these applications any PC or MAC will do.
PTL's free evangelism training and personal group interaction is designed to aid you in your everyday walk with the Lord. PTL invites you to join them in carrying out God's call to evangelism and personal spiritual growth. These goals can be accomplished through Pocket Testament League programs such as: daily devotionals, 21-Day Challenge, Evangelism-Boot-Camp, a partnership distribution of the Gospel of John, and "This Book is Alive" their on-line small group Bible study.
Pocket Testament League invites you to partner with them through meaningful participation in spreading the Word of God while at the same time developing your personal Christian life. To learn more about PTL and their invitation to partner with them, just click on any of the links displayed within this article. http://www.ptl.org
Reid Ashbaucher was born in the United States, and holds a B.A. degree in Comprehensive Bible from Cedarville University, Cedarville, Ohio; an M.A. degree in Christian Theology from Trinity Theological Seminary, Newburgh, Indiana. Permission to reprint article is granted. http://booksite.rcetc.com