WORSHIP AND EVANGELISM
Throughout scripture, we notice the impact worship has had on the evangelistic role of the Church. In the book of Acts, we see many situations where God gives missionary tasks to a Church that is in a worshipping state. In such cases, worship can be seen as the context for evangelism.
In Acts 2:1-4, we read about the spark of Pentecost and how the miraculous signs (the voice from heaven and the tongues of fire) happened while the disciples were together in one place. This term, “one place,” refers to the upper room where the disciples would gather to worship the God of the risen Christ. When this little congregation was filled with the Holy Spirit, the crowds began hearing the Christian message in many languages. Evangelism took its place and influence in the midst of a congregation which was worshipping together.
Dynamic and practical evangelism training by experienced international evangelists. We will explore a wide range of contemporary issues relating to spreading and presenting the Christian faith across different cultures. We will show you imaginative, powerful and effective methods of evangelism that make a practical difference in the real world.
Combining biblical training, practical experience and missionary strategy, we help students of all skill levels, backgrounds and ages develop a fresh vision for the lost and equip them with the practical tools needed to fulfil that vision.