We train Christians how to comfortably and confidently proclaim the gospel.
Many Christians feel ill-equipped and intimidated to witness the gospel. Some are simply terrified. We take the mirror away in our training and instead, direct people to look at the cross and trust his promises.
An important component of our training is to immediately provide a well-organized and meaningful opportunity for Christians to put their training into action. We do that by going door-to-door to proclaim the gospel.
Many Christians tend to be reluctant witnesses because they don’t know what to say or how to begin. We provide a comfortable approach that allows Christians to lovingly engage people and share a short, powerful message.
Evangelism is far more about trusting God’s promises than about ourselves. One of the biggest promises God gives us is that God’s Word works. Our training emphasizes the power of God’s Word instead of our ability to proclaim it.
Praise and Proclaim Ministries partners with pastors and assists congregations by training members how to comfortably and confidently share the gospel message with others.
God commissions all believers to go into the world and verbally proclaim the message of salvation. Our training helps Christians discover that evangelism is far more about trusting God’s promises than about ourselves. The main intent behind the outreach initiatives is to provide a pastor with a core group of members who are ready, willing, and equipped to continue to boldly proclaim the gospel in their community. We refer to this as outreach momentum.
The campaign was meaningful to me. I personally feel equipped to share the gospel here and abroad. Thank you for your ministry. The work you perform empowers fellow believers to go and proclaim.
Feb 8-10 GROW conference (Houston, TX)
Feb 18-20 Shepherd of the Hills (Las Vegas, NV)
Feb 23-25 The Way (El Cajon, CA)
Dave doesn’t just train people how to canvass – he equips people with the tools and training they need to become evangelists in their community for years to come. What a blessing this partner is to our work! (Rev. Keith Free, Administrator, Board of Home Missions) Read Article