Coffee Shop Conversations takes us into a light trip into tolerance-based evangelism. They call this, "making the most of spiritual small talk".
With a number of personal experiences in failing to share their faith, husband and wife - Dale and Jonalyn, show how building relationships first is a key in introducing Jesus to your friends.
One negative thing that stood out to me was when they told us how bad it was to read books about other religions and apply that stereotype to anyone we meet who follows that religion. Following this insight, they proceed to give us a whole section on what people following those religions are like and how to speak to them.
A little double-talk in that section.
With that being said, this book is a good read to understand how "churchy" Christians can seem whenever they talk about Jesus and the Church.
They point out, with regards to the Bible, how important it is to understand genre and context when reading and studying verses.
The people who enjoy handing out tracts will not enjoy this book.
This book was provided for review by Zondervan.