Many people find personal evangelism scary.
Some would rather clean a pig sty instead of talking about Jesus to their friends.
You know that Jesus commands us to go and share.
You know that your faith is meaningful.
But fear stands in the way.
This seminar will help you overcome those natural fears and find fresh freedom in sharing your faith.
As you go through the seminar, you’ll
- Learn to recognize God given moments to talk about your faith
- Relax as you talk about your faith
- Discover evangelism can be as normal and natural as breathing.
The seminar dispelled the fears associated with evangelism. Both personal stories and Biblical truth provided a framework from which to proceed in making sharing my faith conversationally more a part of my lifestyle.
I would highly recommend this class to anyone with a heart for becoming more verbal in their witness. — Participant
April 26 – 27, 2013
Beginning with opening session at 7:00 on Friday night.
Continuing on Saturday from 9:00 – 4:30 with lunch and breaks.
Chris will preach at the host church on Sunday morning, for both services.
First Evangelical Free Church
820 N. 30th St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
It’s on the northwest corner of 30th and Fontanero
Church phone: (719) 634-3144
Registration information will be shared with EvangelismCoach.org.
Lunch will be provided. More information as time draws closer.
A resource table will be available, where Chris will provide audio CDs and other items from his resources.
Early Bird Bonus
All early bird participants who register below up to 5 days before the event will get a free CD of “Simple Steps to Personal Growth” in Evangelism.
The early bird window allows me to place the order and get it there before the event.
Register before 5pm Mountain Time on April 21 to qualify for this bonus.
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Register online for free.
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