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Evangelism Conference 2015

1/20/2015

On February 6th and 7th, some great brothers and sisters are gathering to discuss the importance of evangelism.  Terry Rials, Dave Earley, Randy McWhorter, Joel Southerland, and others will help equip and train those of us in Utah who desperately need to engage in more evangelism.

This is a free conference provided by the Utah-Idaho Southern Baptist Conference and hosted by Mountain View Baptist Church.  You don't want to miss it.

The conference begins at 1pm on Friday and runs into the evening.  It will pick up again for a Saturday morning session starting at 8am.  Benjamin, Brett, and I will be attending with the hope of gaining some wisdom and help for our church's evangelistic efforts.  If you'd like to join us, we'd love to have you take part.  Please let me know and we'll arrange a carpool plan.  If you can only attend on Friday, that's okay.  Or maybe you can only be there on Saturday.  Either way, we'd love to have you join us.  Let me know.

Register here: http://www.uisbc.org/evangelism1

You probably know that I'm thrilled about this conference.  In part because God is greatly working on me and Redeeming Life Church in the area of evangelism; but more so, because I know and love a couple of these great speakers.  I'm sure you've probably heard me mention them a time or two.  Dr. Dave Earley was the professor of three of my classes in seminary at Liberty.  They were great courses because of Dave's experience, passion, and expertise.  He's also the author of a book I absolutely love called, Prayer: The Timeless Secret of High Impact Leaders.  In addition, Dave left Lynchburg to plant a church in Las Vegas and it seems to be doing amazing things for God's Kingdom in Sin City.  Dr. Randy McWhorter was also one of my professors of a leadership seminar in my Doctor of Ministry studies at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.  He's also very passionate, wise, and a great instructor.

Redeeming Life, I'd love to have you join us.

Soli Deo gloria!
Pastor Bryan