The Choice We All Face

Two ways to live

A simple, clear, challenging outline of the Christian gospel.

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The message at the heart of Christianity is really quite simple – simple enough to be outlined in this little 20-page, full-colour booklet. It is a message from the Bible about God and his Son, Jesus. It is about life and death, and the choice that we all face.

2 Ways to Live is well known throughout the UK and overseas as a simple, clear, challenging outline of the Christian gospel. It has been learnt, personalised and used by thousands of Christians to explain the message of Jesus.

2 Ways to Live: the choice we all face clearly and lucidly explains the gospel using the framework of 2 Ways to Live. An easy-going style, attractive layout and lack of jargon make this an effective evangelistic leaflet for a multitude of uses - from letterbox drops to simply giving to friends.

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Author Phillip Jensen, Tony Payne
ISBN 9781876326647
Format Pamphlet
First published 2004
Dimensions 100mm x 145mm x 1mm
Language English
Pages 20
Publisher Matthias Media

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Customer reviews

“Helpful tool”

We use this booklet as our basic introduction for unbelievers, and as a handy reminder of the bare bones of the Gospel for believers. Obviously it's only a starting point (I usually begin by saying that the Bible is 1000 pages long, so this is only a short summary), but it's a helpful and effective opener for deeper conversations about Jesus, the Holy Spirit, repentance and joy. These things must be based, of course, on digging down into God's word itself, and the booklet is worthwhile only if it leads to proper engagement with the Bible in all of its challenge and promise. Praise the Lord!


11/03/2019

“Excellent for outreach”

I use this booklet all the time in personal evangelism, and as outreach events in our church. It has the advantage of written material so someone can look at Christianity in depth, but also the excellent illustrations make it accessible for almost any age or ability.


19/02/2019

“Excellent resource”

Very simple explanation of the Gospel. Can be carried in your bag either to give to someone or to remind yourself for Holy Spirit prompted conversations & encounters. Highly recommend.


28/09/2017

“Ideal tool”

This is an ideal resource to help readers understand the basics of the Gospel message, or to give to those enquiring about the faith. The text is clear, the images work and you can learn the approach and draw it yourself when in conversation.


09/07/2017

“Use them!”

This is an excellent basic summary of the gospel of Jesus Christ which is easy to understand and is clear on both grace and repentance.


07/07/2016

“Excellent outreach resource”

As a giveaway this has been well received and proved to be an opener to further discussion


31/10/2014

“Great gospel presentation”

I was really impressed with this booklet. Most tracts are almost too simplistic, but this goes into enough detail to enable a more informed choice. I also liked the OT version, and have stocked up on foreign language versions to give to international students in my city.


03/06/2014

“Great gospel presentation”

I was really impressed with this booklet. Most tracts are almost too simplistic, but this goes into enough detail to enable a more informed choice. I also liked the OT version, and have stocked up on foreign language versions to give to international students in my city.


03/06/2014

“Inadequate Presentation”

The booklet is well laid out and simple enough to follow. It is "modern" in its language and therefore does not actually say what the Bible does. My main concern was the lack of sorrow for ones personal sins, which I could not find. And, as importantly, I never saw the word "repent" used a single time, which is common in the Bible. The prayer speaks of "not being worthy", "forgiveness", but with no mention of sin and repentance. These words are now days being omitted in modern literature, as it might cause offence. Like "the wrath of God", or even "hell" is not mentioned much, even in churches that claim to preach the "gospel".


20/05/2014

“Clear gospel explanation”

Very clearly presented. Would recommend.


12/02/2014

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