Go Tell It

$18.89

Format: Paperback

Vendor: Moody Publishers

Publication Date: May 01, 2014


ISBN: 0802411487

ISBN-13: 9780802411488

Number of Pages: 176

Dimensions: 8.00 × 5.25 (inches)

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Will you tell the world what God is doing?

Whether we do ministry in a faraway country or a nearby neighborhood, we experience the work that God is doing in lives of people around the world. Yet when we try to communicate those stories to our friends at home, we often fall flat.

How can we share what God is doing in a way that evokes the excitement He deserves?

To experienced journalists-turned-missionaries Jim Killam and Lincoln Brunner, the answer is straightforward: We need to be reporters gathering information responsibly and crafting stories of God’s goodness.

The next time you are challenged to answer the question: “What happened on your mission trip?” or even: “What is happening in your ministry?” . . . be prepared to answer well. Go Tell It will equip you to tell a compelling story that allows others to see God’s work in the world.

Author Info

JIM KILLAM has been a journalist for more than 30 years -- including stints as a newspaper reporter and editor, a college media adviser, and a missionary journalist. Currently he is Story Director for the Seed Company, a Wycliffe affiliate. Jim and his wife, Lauren, live in Texas, though their Midwestern accents give them away quickly. They have three grown children and two grandchildren. Go Tell It is Jim's third book, and has led to training opportunities on three continents.

LINCOLN BRUNNER has been a journalist for 22 years. After cutting his teeth as a sportswriter and general assignment reporter in central Wisconsin in the early 90s, he went on to edit a small daily paper in Illinois. He then served as an editor for several trade magazines. In 2004, he felt a strong call to do full-time reporting about Christian missions work and went on to report on missionaries around the world for two different missions organizations. These days, he works as managing editor for a Bible translation organization. Lincoln and his wonderful wife, Ann, have three daughters and live in Texas.

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