Evangelism Workshop March 2, 2019
Following on the success of their first offering this past July, The Diocesan Evangelism Committee will offer their second Evangelism Workshop at Trinity Church in Myrtle Beach from 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on March 2, 2019. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the different styles of evangelism, discover your natural style for sharing your faith, and learn how to apply it through coaching and role-playing in a relaxed, encouraging environment. There is no cost and lunch will be provided. Have questions? Contact “Boo” Peace at (843) 325-6066 or Frank Kirk at (843) 869-4339.
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Evangelism Committee Members
Mr. Stephen Arscott, Holy Comforter, Sumter,
Mr. Bobby Brown, Redeemer, Orangeburg
The Rev. Rags Coxe, Prince George Winyah, Georgetown
The Rev. Janet Echols, St. Matthew’s, Ft. Motte
Gill Frierson, St. Mathias Church, Summerton
The Rev. Jimmy Gallant, St. Andrews Mission, Charleston
Mr. Frank Kirk, Trinity, Edisto
Joe Nicholson, St. Michael’s, Charleston
The Rev. Bill Oldland, St. Bartholomew’s, Hartsville
Mrs. Elizabeth “Boo” Peace, Prince George Winyah, Georgetown
Mr. Peter Rothermel, Saint James, Charleston
The Rev. John Sosnowski, Holy Comforter, Sumter
Mr. Dave Wright, Christ Church, Mt. Pleasant
How can we as a church do the work of evangelism? Listen to two local stories.
Lisa Fye met Carol Morrison, a member of Trinity, Pinopolis, on the baseball field, when their sons were on the same team. “I believed that there was a God and everyone was trying to get to the same place, but not in a Christian God,” said Lisa. Her son was baptized at a church, but his parents weren’t even there. Hear how she came to faith through friendship.
“I never went to church. I wasn’t brought up in church,” said Adam Smith. Hear how a serious illness brought the prayers and people of the Well By the Sea to him and him to a new relationship with Christ.