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Seventh-day Adventists host evangelical programs

November 22, 2008
Messenger News

The evangelical series "Truth for Today, Hope for Tomorrow" continues at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 737 15th Ave. N, with members of the church as speakers.

This evangelistic series is being preached throughout the world right. The ultimate goal of ShareHIM is to empower and mobilize lay men and women to be active in a lifestyle of evangelism. There are many ways to get involved, but for this purpose, ShareHIM has two different programs - the international campaigns and the homeland initiative.

The ShareHim homeland initiative in the United States, Canada and parts of Europe begins with organizing a local group of evangelistically-minded individuals into an Outreach Leadership Team, who together embark on a cycle of evangelism that includes deliberate sowing, reaping and discipleship activities in their own communities.

As part of this cycle of evangelism, Outreach Leadership Teams pray for interests, develop redemptive relationships in their community and conduct need-oriented seminars and programs. These are followed by lay-led, full message evangelistic reaping events, then by specific discipleship initiatives for those who have chosen to follow Christ.

The goal is for the cycle to repeat itself twice a year until Jesus comes, allowing members to truly practice an evangeliving lifestyle. Speakers will be:

Pat Dietz, 11 a.m. on Nov. 29 on "Your Day in Court," the judgment.

Butch Kent, 7 p.m. Nov. 29 on "Whatever Happened to Right and Wrong?"

The Rev. Hubert Bardin, 7 p.m. Dec. 2 on "Memory Lapse and Monkey Business," the Sabbath.

Brian Schwering, 7 p.m. Dec. 4 on "Mister One-Day-Late."

Martha Kent, 11 a.m. Dec. 6 on "How to Prosper in Health."

Butch Kent, 7 p.m. Dec. 6 on "How to Start Life Over Again," about baptism.

There will be a children's program during the same time called "Truth for Youth" targeted for children ages 5 to 12. Alex Cook, 12, will lead many of these lessons.



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