Evangelism: Making it Normal
The second of two seminars given by Daf Meirion-Jones and Pete Woodcock at our 2018 Leaders' Conference.
Whilst not all Christians are evangelists, all Christians are to share the good news. Often, church members feel that they need to have an answer to every question and the personality of a door to door salesman to be used by God in sharing the gospel. The aim in this seminar is to help us see how we can train people so that they are confident in the gospel, less terrified at the prospect of sharing it and better equipped to do so courageously.
Daf has been Senior Pastor of Chessington Evangelical Church (CEC) for two years. Before that he was Vicar of All Saints Preston in Lancashire. Like most Christians he feels a bit of a wimp when it comes to personal evangelism and yet is utterly convinced of the need for all people to hear the gospel. He has been hugely encouraged by the passion of folk at CEC to see people come to Christ and their willingness to invite them both to events and to read the Bible 1-to-1.
Pete is Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church Kingston, London. He is married to Anne, and they have two children. Over the years, Pete has started and been directly involved with a number of evangelistic and gospel outreach ministries, including ‘Good News Bus Ministries’ and ‘The Big Issue’ – a youth-leaders training day.
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