Evangelism Bootcamp – 8 Weeks

February 18, 2016

Discovering the JOY 8 Session Evangelism Boot-camp We want to journey with you in discovering the JOY in representing God’s love and goodness in everyday situations. This eight week course is designed to help everyone who is a follower of Jesus Christ learn how to more effectively represent Him in everyday life. This Boot-Camp is not designed just for the “spiritually elite” but rather everyday people who long to be used by God at their schools, workplaces, homes and surrounding community. The primary goal of this Boot-Camp is to help de-mystify evangelism for believers who may feel scared of sharing their faith.   This Boot-camp is eight sessions long and can be done either during a weekend or over an eight week period. Sign up here   When? –  Thursday nights at 6:30pm – (This training will start February 18th and will be 8 weeks long.) Where? – 5304 Hurst Drive, Columbus, Ga 31901   Here’s an overview of what we would cover each session: Identity – Who are we in Christ? Intimacy – We bear fruit when we abide in the Vine. Authority – We are Christ’s ambassadors Proclamation – How to share the gospel effectively Prophecy – How God can speak through us Healing/ Words of Knowledge – How to pray for the sick Deliverance – How to set the captives free Destiny – God has huge plans to use each of us!   What to bring to Boot-Camp: An expectant and open heart Bible Pen A personal notebook/ Journal Commitment to attend at least 6 of the 8 sessions.    How much does this training cost? While there...
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Melissa – YWAM Boston

“Getting to be a part of Take the City was such a blessing both in seeing how God moved in the lives of the people I met as well as how he moved in my heart. I was so encouraged to be surrounded by people willing to passionately pray for their city and the people in it. As we worshipped, people would stop and ask what was going on and we got to talk and pray with them. I felt a greater desire to pray for our nation grow in me as we sang and prayed together.”