Small Group Evangelism by Richard Peace
This book deals with biblical and practical approaches to small group evangelism. It offers some helpful insight on both fronts, but it is limited for local church use by at least two factors. First, the author is more familiar with a campus setting. As anyone who has been involved in college Bible studies and ministries knows, what is successful on the campus is not automatically transferable to the local church. Peace also laces considerable pop-psychology throughout the book. This is truly unfortunate and must be filtered out by the discerning reader. Nevertheless, the work is worth a reading for those interested in evangelistic home Bible studies and the like.