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Jim Stump. The Power of One on One. 2014.
Reviewed by Craig Kraft
Jim Stump says that he won the job lottery when he became a full time mentor to college athletes at Stanford University. I am not sure about winning the lottery, but he certainly seems to be at the center of where God wants him. Sharing stories of mentoring people to Jesus demonstrates the power of relationships in evangelism. Modeling a relational style of evangelism and discipleship, this book will encourage and inspire the reader to develop rich mentoring relationships with people which will lead them toward a decision to follow Jesus. The Method is sound and Biblical and the results in Jim’s life have been phenomenal. This book will provide great encouragement and sound principals for living the Christian life with purpose.
This book has been provided courtesy of Graf-Martin Communications and Baker Books in exchange for an honest review.