Jennifer Deans, pastor of Potomac Conference's Living Faith and Cornerstone churches in Northern Virginia, shared "100 Percent on Mission" at the Columbia Union Conference's Transformational Evangelism event in April 2019.
Watch more videos from the event at columbiaunionvisitor.com/transformationalevangelism.
At the recent Transformational Evangelism conference, pastors from across the Columbia Union Conference gathered to grapple with several questions: What are the best methods to share the message? Whose job is it to evangelize? What is the missing element in many evangelism efforts? And is it really evangelism if you don’t make an appeal?
Read more here and watch presentations from the conference below:
David Franklin pastor of Allegheny East Conference's Miracle City church in Baltimore shared "They Don't Need Pity, They Need Partner's" at the Columbia Union Conference's April 2019 Transformational Evangelism conference.
Visit columbiaunionvisitor.com/transformationalevangelism to see more presentations from the event.
Story by V. Michelle Bernard / Photos by Brian Tagalog
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