Gospel Conversations 101

February 17, 2021

Our greatest goal in every single gospel conversation is love and connection. Just because we communicate thoughts and ideas does not always mean we convey love and actually connect with someone! Join our TRAINING HUB to take this FREE E-COURSE about fulfilling the Great Commission. « Prev1 / 1Next »Gospel Conversations 101::: INTROGospel Conversations 101::: Starting Gospel ConversationGospel Conversations 101::: Carrying on a Gospel ConversationGospel Conversations 101::: Closing A Gospel ConversationGospel Conversations 101::: Conclusion« Prev1 / 1Next » Start FREE E-COURSE ABOUT E-COURSE: In this FREE E-COURSE Andrew shares on How we can have a “Gospel Conversation” with anyone, whether we just met them or have known them our whole lives. He shares the importance of connection and some practical do’s and don’ts 1 Peter 3:15 “but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect” How we communicate the gospel has just as much significance as what we say. How do we start a gospel conversation? How do we carry on a gospel conversation? How do we close a gospel conversation? If we can answer these three simple questions, we can grow in our impact for the Kingdom of God. We invite you take this FREE E-COURSE through our TRAINING HUB. What is the Training Hub? Do you long to grow in sharing your faith? Or want to learn more about the Bible?  We have created this training hub for people to grow in their walk with Jesus, be...
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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.”