Evangelism is a process that includes many conversations with a person on their spiritual journey to Christ.
You might witness to a stranger with just one conversation (like with a passenger on the airplane).
Or you might be the close friend that is able to have multiple spiritual conversations that shape a person’s journey to Christ.
But how do you start a conversation without being that obnoxious evangelist you have in mind? How can you meaningfully insert a question that would open the doors to deeper conversation?
“I guess I’m not good at seeing it,” shared a pastor in my coaching group for 30 days for more spiritual conversations.
He had completed an assignment I had given him, found himself surrounded by nonbelievers in his social networks.
However, his image of personal evangelism was all about making a monologue presentation, rather than a conversation centered around the most important clue to a great conversation.
What You’ll Learn:
- What to listen for in conversations.
- 8 common examples that you could learn to recognize
- How what you experienced in coming to faith will help you share your faith
- 7 Tips you can do tomorrow to participate in more conversations
How Does a Live Virtual Seminar work?
Here is how it works once we agree on a date.
- You have a meeting space equipped with a way to stream internet video.
- You promote it via email using some emails I give you.
- You’ll need a high-speed internet connection to see the webinar.
- Audio is either by phone or streamed via a speaker. Users can call in with questions.
Here is a typical agenda for your meeting:
- You gather people around light refreshments.
- You introduce the webinar.
- I present and do Q&A, with conversational breaks about every 15-20 minutes.
- When I’m done, you continue to do some localized training, and maybe fine-tuning.
What you get:
- Four emails to help promote your webinar with related topics from my website.
- MP3 audio when it’s over for your distribution.
- MP4 video for you to download and save.
- Related slides with permission to use them in your congregation.
- Registrants will receive ongoing announcements about free training and conferences.
- 90-minute webinar.
Private webinars are planned for a two-hour window. Expect 90 minutes of interactive content, plus Q&A.
On behalf of Bethel World Outreach and especially the Global Evangelism Ministry, I want to say thank you and God bless you. The program was inspiring, very rich and practical. Thank you so much for allowing God to move so powerfully through you. I know that change has come, and most members will rise up to evangelize and disciple souls for Kingdom growth and for God’s glory. – P. Noudem.
- Where: Online Classroom, accessed via a unique link you’ll receive and can share.
- When: This is for your church team only. We’ll set a date that works for you and me. Plan for 90 minutes to 2 hours.
- Availability: When it fits on our calendar.
- This session for your church has a one-time registration fee of $197 USD per church.
Q. If I gather people for a webinar for my church, how do I set up the display and sound on my end?
You will need:
- a high-speed internet connection,
- a computer hookup to the internet, and
- the ability to broadcast sound and video imagery.
The following are also helpful
- For a Q&A session, you will need to have a microphone set up so that I can hear the question.
- Some churches have figured out how to rig up a video camera to their computer so that I can see you too.
The actual mechanics of that are your responsibility.
I have worked with a church’s sound/video person to do some test runs of the sound a day or two before.
Q. Do I pay before or after?
I ask for payment to be made before the registration process starts to confirm the date on my calendar.
Q. What happens if the event is canceled or you can’t make it?
If the event is canceled or some illness prevents me from participating, you’ll receive a full refund if we can’t reschedule.
Q. How is the quality of the sound?
The quality of sound is dependent on several factors outside of my control. Generally, the sound is not an issue, but failures have occurred. I work via cellphone with your technical person to get service restored, typically within a few minutes.
Q. Does our church have to be in the United States?
No. Your church can be located anywhere in the world. The requirement is a high-speed internet connection.
Q. Can you do this workshop in Spanish?
Yes. I speak a functional level of Spanish. I regularly teach and preach in Latin America. Though I still commit errors of grammar, I can teach in Spanish with occasional help and correction.