E Training Workshops

July 14, 2023

Sharing your faith with friends and colleagues is not always easy but it can be done with ease. 

‘The E’ seeks to frame a simple evangelism strategy, giving a focus without the burdens and guilt so often associated with evangelism. With parts, ‘the E’ helps you respond to people, not with a singular message, but with a heart to show Jesus is really good news. 

'The E' is practical, theological and encourages your own trust in Jesus. It’s out of Jesus' work for us first, that we are empowered for mission. 

Participant feedback: 

“Provides practical 'takeaways' to help people in their witness for Jesus in their workplace”   

Engage is running training workshops on the ‘E’ at partner churches in Colonel Light Gardens, Brighton, Victor Harbour and Adelaide City over August, September and October.  

To find out more email simon@engageworkfaith.org.au 

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