Will Our Generation Speak?
A Call to Be Bold with the Gospel
TBC is pleased to offer this book that comes highly recommended to us by Carl Kerby and others. Will Our Generation Speak?, written especially to encourage teens and young adults to evangelize but filled with good exhortation for everyone. Grace Mally issues an invigorating challenge interwoven with real-life experiences, honest reflection, humorous cartoons, and practical ideas for witnessing.
Grace provides a wealth of information and encouragement on:
- How to begin conversations
- How to ask the right questions
- How to defend the gospel
- How to walk more closely with the Lord
From a young person to other young people, this book addresses the fears we face and excuses we make, while providing vision for being strong for the Lord in the years of one's youth...and beyond!
Grace Mally, 23, helps lead the Bright Lights youth discipleship ministry. In 2002, she coauthored with her siblings, Sarah and Stephen, the book Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends.
"I have had the privilege of meeting the Mally Family several times over the years. Sarah, Stephen, and Grace are bright, articulate, and "on-fire" for the Lord!...In her new book, Will Our Generation Speak?, Grace challenges her peers to get out of the 'pew-sitting' business and into 'people getting' mode. She gives wonderful, practical examples of how the Lord has used her humble obedience to share the love of Christ, as well as the gospel, to more folks than most adults two and three times her age. There is no doubt in my mind that God is going to use this to powerfully challenge a generation mired in complacency. I can only pray that her cry to her generation to be bold will have an impact on the older generation as well. Oh, how we need more young people in the world today who are not ashamed of the gospel, and who are willing to open their mouths even though they may be mocked or ridiculed for their faith." Carl Kerby, Reasons for Hope
"A wonderful, practical, and very timely publication. Never before in history has the church so needed to speak up and to speak clearly. This book does that and it tells you how to do it, with practical examples and inspiring, heart-warming, personal experiences. It's fuel for your fire...." Ray Comfort, Living Waters
"The Christian church has long needed a stimulus for effective witnessing from a Biblical worldview. In this book Grace Mally fills that need. She rightly places creation thinking as the foundation stone of such a worldview, and a primary witnessing tool for the Christian. She identifies creation truth as an 'attention-getter' and 'conversation-starter' without peer. This method will be followed by every fruitful Christian." Dr. John Morris, Institute for Creation Research
- Only One Chance to Be Young!
- The Little Engine That Couldn't
- Is Your Perspective Upside Down?
- But I'm Scared!
- Full of Grace and Truth
- Listen But Lead
- Keys to Confidence
- Moving the Hand of God
- When They Aren't So Friendly
- Who? Where? How?
- Seventeen Ways to Start Conversations
- If the Foundations are Destroyed
- How We Know That We Know
- Start at Home But Aim for the World
- The Esther 4:14 Principle