OUT of the COMFORT ZONE: a book by Ray Comfort

From the LivingWaters website:

Most of us have our own “comfort zone”- the place where we feel safe and satisfied. However, circumstances often drive us out from that area in which we feel most comfortable. Such was the case when Ray Comfort found himself being taken 7,000 miles from his home in New Zealand, to speak to the daunting residents of the most dangerous part of Los Angeles, California. MacArthur Park was infamous for being the home of murderers, drug addicts, thieves, pimps, prostitutes, and unfortunately, the destitute and the homeless.

At times, this fast-moving and true-life drama will make your hair stand on end as you enter the dark side of the supernatural. It will also encourage you and lift your faith as you learn how a celebrated Hollywood actor teamed up with Ray Comfort to bring an amazing message to America.

Beth’s 2cents-

This is an autobiography of Ray Comforts 30+ years of life after coming to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and his God given passion for seeing the lost come to know Christ also.  He lays open for us the different paths he started on in his evangelist fervor and the many stories of planting seeds in the hearts of many different people from all walks of life. He shares his failures and successes and some of the miracleous things God did to strengthen his own faith.  Best of all he shares his stradegy not for “getting decisions”  but for planting seeds and being faithful to what God calls man to do in relation to our fellow man.

I know this book has encouraged and strengthen me in my resolve to learn more about sharing my faith effectually with others, as I walk through life.  I highly reommend this resource along with any of the many resources LivingWaters produces.


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