It’s always a privilege to do Evangelism Training Seminars in local churches over the course of a couple of days and to watch churches get excited about doing evangelism.
It’s our mission to help you find your evangelism passion and provide training to help you express your faith.
Today is Sunday and I sit in the Branson airport, with some downtime to reflect on this week’s Dunamis Project on Listening Evangelism.
It covers so many of the topics we 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 PCUSA.
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 PCUSA 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?