Tennessee evangelist Tim Hall was one of the first to release a fictional account of the process of evangelism. His approach is to develop biblical truths about the Kingdom of God. He hangs his five lessons on a journey made by two couples and their conversations about God. He seeks to “whet the appetite to find out all God has said on this topic” and sees his book as “the beginning of an exciting journey that will lead us all into the very presence of God!”
Tim Hall is a native of Harlan County, Ky. He and his wife Joyce, have three children and two grandchildren. Tim received his Bachelor’s Degree 1976 from Freed-Hardeman College and a Master’s Degree 1979 from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
He has been in full-time ministry in Northeast Tennessee since 1978, and has served the Central church of Christ in Johnson City since 1983.
His hobbies include hiking through the woods and digital photography, some of which is displayed on his website at Joycaster.com, from which he also writes the weekly LightGrams devotional.