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The Joy of Evangelism

If the goal of developing an evangelistic lifestyle is the desire of your heart, but at the same time it looks unattainable to you, then this presentation is for you.

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The Joy of Evangelism

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Apr 09, 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT

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About the event

When we hear the word evangelism, it often causes feelings of anxiety, fear, inadequacy and even knots in our stomach. If that’s you, you are not alone. In many ways doing evangelism these days in our post-truth, post-Christian culture can be much like riding a roller coaster. You might be hesitant to do it, and you certainly don’t expect to enjoy it. After the gut-wrenching ups and downs, you may often feel like you end up where you originally began. But what if evangelism could be different? What if it could be something you actually enjoy doing? What if it could be something you enjoy doing so much that you end up doing it every day for the rest of your life? What if, as a result of learning how to effectively build bridges to the Gospel, you feel more and more compelled to make the most of every encounter with your non-believing friends to help them take steps to the Cross? What if in each encounter you could make your spiritual dialogue a more positive experience for both of you?

If the goal of developing an evangelistic lifestyleis the desire of your heart, but at the same time it looks unattainable to you, then this presentation is for you.

Pastor Lane Davis—a brief bio

Lane Davis is a teaching pastor with The Missionary Church International (https://www.tmciworld.com/). He has worked for over 30 years in partnership with various missionary organizations, both overseas and here in North America. Over the last decade, he has been working in the GTA as a member of the of the Loving Muslims Together(LMT) network (https://lovingmuslimstogether.outreach.ca/). Lane is also a board member of FFM (Fellowship of Faith for Muslims—https://www.ffmna.org/).

Lane has worked extensively in helping to equip fellow Christians to share their faith with their Muslim neighbors, co-workers, fellow-students, etc. (via Crescent Project’s equipping course, Bridges-Christians Connecting with Muslims) in a way that will in “every day, and in every way, help their nonbelieving friends to take one step closer to Jesus Christ.” His website—existenceofgod.org—is a resource for those who are involved in or are interested in Christian apologetics (equipping Christians to explain their faith) and Christian-Muslim dialogue. He and his wife are members of The Peoples Church(http://thepeopleschurch.ca).

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