It’s my mission to help you find your evangelism passion and provide training to help you express your faith.
It’s always a privilege to do Evangelism Training Seminars in local churches over the course of a couple of days.
Watch people and churches get excited about doing evangelism keeps me going.
Today is Sunday and I sit in the Branson Missouri airport, with some downtime to reflect on this week’s Dunamis Project on Listening Evangelism.
It covers so many of the topics I cover at EvangelismCoach.
I picked up some great ideas that will find their way into the next evangelism training seminar in Enfield CT this coming weekend.
Is he a PC USA Pastor?
I did the children’s sermon this morning, using illusions with cards to offer a gospel explanation.
After the worship service, the pastor was asked by some visitors if I was a PC USA pastor, with the emphasis placed on the right brand.
I don’t know why that was important to them, but pastor tells me they breathed a sigh of relief when he affirmed my credentialing in the PC USA.
For this person, I carried the right brand, like a tagged head of cattle, or I was so unusual that I couldn’t have been a PC USA pastor.
A divine appointment?
After church, we went to Cracker Barrel for lunch, and we asked the waitress, “We’re about to give thanks for our food in a few moments, is there anything we can pray for you about?”
We took the step to obey the prompting of the Spirit and took the risk.
The reward was a deep conversation and a chance to minister to a woman in great need. I can’t go into her whole story but suffice it to say that it was a divine appointment.
Let me ask you this:
Who can you pray for this week?