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If I thought I could win one more soul to the Lord by walking on my head and playing the tambourine with my toes, I'd learn how!

    Author: William Booth

Here is the principle - adapt your measures to the necessity of the people to whom you minister. You are to take the Gospel to them in such modes and circumstances as will gain for it from them a hearing.

    Author: Catherine Booth

He may not be able to put together two sentences of the Queen's English, but if he can say that he has been born again, if he can say "once I was blind but now I see", he will do for The Salvation Army.

    Author: Catherine Booth

If we are to better the future we must disturb the present.

    Author: Catherine Booth

Christ is with us until the world's end. Let his little flock be bold therefore.

    Author: William Tyndale

The greatest missionary is the Bible in the mother tongue. It needs no furlough and is never considered a foreigner.
- William Townsend

    Author: Assorted Authors

How important that we revel in and understand and experience the love of God and, in the power and assurance of that love, declare it to the world.

    Author: Dave Hunt

Think of someone you know who's not saved but you may be afraid to share the Gospel with that person. I've found a way that's radically effective in training people to share the Gospel.

    Author: Kirk Cameron

If you had the cure to cancer wouldn't you share it? ... You have the cure to death ... get out there and share it.

    Author: Kirk Cameron

The One who calls you to go into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature, is the One who by your consent, goes into all the world and preaches the Gospel to every creature through you!

    Author: Major Ian Thomas

To me, one of the most disturbing features of present-day evangelism is the over-emphasis on what man can do, and I believe this to be the reason why we so often fail to get men and women to make the contact with Christ that is vital.

    Author: Duncan Campbell

The success or failure of our work as a church or mission depends, in the last resort, largely, not in the number of preachers we put into the field, nor on the size of our congregations, but rather on the character of Christianity we and our work produce.

    Author: Duncan Campbell

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