Evangelism (as you go) Training
This class is taught in 5 segments, 2 hours each in length. A high degree of “doing” accountability is a cornerstone of the training. Teaching plus plenty of lively discussion time is a hallmark of this format, culminating in a practical exercise for putting the learned principles into practice. Includes training manual.
On-going Evangelism Counsel
It is our hope that those who take the training will duplicate it in their home church bodies to sharpen congregants’ iron in further fulfillment of the Great Commission. We are available to help with a refresher or counseling session as training moves forward.
Need an engaging topic and presenter for a weekend retreat? We are available to assist! The training sessions are ideal for a contemplative getaway for men, women, couples or singles. You will come away equipped with a new mindset and techniques to help spread the Gospel message in a loving and non-threatening way, as you go.
The flexibility of the materials makes weekend breakfasts, seminars and short mini-retreats good venues for exploring the concepts of everyday evangelism, its biblical roots, and its practical application in your community.
Stan Huberfeld has brought his message to many different churches and fellowships. He would be delighted to show how this course works at a Sunday service.
Home Fellowships & Sunday Schools
Evangelism Training is an excellent subject for a grouping of Sunday school sessions or small home group meetings. The intimacy of the setting is ideal for promoting participation in the training and accountability to one another throughout.
Taught by Rev. Mitch Triestman, author, teacher, missionary with Friends of Israel.
The history and today’s life application are revealed in the study of the Jewish feasts or Biblical Holidays, especially regarding how they relate to Messiah Yeshua, for example, in the Passover.
In Colossians 2:16 the Biblical Holidays are referenced. In Verse 17 Paul states that those Biblical holidays are shadows. The picture is that there’s light shining in Eternity future on the Messiah Jesus. The shadow that is cast is a Biblical holiday. As we study the feasts, believers can learn more about our Messiah. Practicing Jewish people who are familiar with the feasts can be drawn to the Messiah who is pre-pictured in them through a study of those feasts.