Kingdom Life launches Norwich School of Evangelism
Applications are open for a limited number of places available to attend a new School of Evangelism in Norwich, meeting for a Saturday each month from February until July with teaching from high profile evangelists.
The Norwich church Kingdom Life is launching a School of Evangelism in February to equip Christians in Norfolk to lead people to Jesus.
The school will run monthly on a Saturday for six months concluding with a big outreach event in July.
Each of the six sessions is being led by one of three evangelists: JJ Waters, UK Director of Burn 24/7, Matt King, Australian born evangelist commissioned by Bethel Church and part of the core team of Europe Shall Be Saved (ESBS) and Andrew Cannon from Liverpool who works with Lifestyle Christianity, Todd White’s ministry.
Dave Elverson, Leader of Kingdom Life church said: “These three are fantastic at teaching, equipping and activating people to witness and see people saved.”
Each monthly session will run on a Saturday from 10.30am – 2.30pm from a city centre location. The programme is:
Saturday, February 10: ‘Catching a heart for evangelism - why do we share the gospel?’ with JJ Waters
Saturday, March 10: ‘The ABCs of sharing the gospel and street evangelism introduction’ with Matt King
Saturday, April 14: ‘Being broken for the lost and friendship evangelism’ with JJ Waters
Saturday, May 19: ‘Sharing Jesus at work’ with Andy Cannon
Saturday, June 9: ‘Power and prophetic evangelism’ with Matt King
Friday, July 6, evening and Saturday, July 7: ‘Street evangelism, summary and City Outreach’ with JJ, Matt and Andy
Places in the School are limit to 30 and open to people from all churches. There is a suggested donation of £10 per session plus a commitment to attend all of the sessions. To apply email email@example.com briefly stating why you’d like to join the School.
Click here to download more information about the School of Evangelism.
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