Engage evangelism conference LIVE

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This morning the video stream of the last day of the Engage evangelism conference will start around 9:00 a.m. I say around because we’re having some weather issues in the DFW metroplex today, so there’s a chance we’ll get a bit of a late start.

To check out the video stream, click here.

UPDATE: Because of weather concerns, the seminars and general session that were scheduled after noon have been cancelled.

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3 Responses to “Engage evangelism conference LIVE”

  1. David Troublefield Says:

    Amen, Dr. Fish!

    “. . . 6. The dynamic for growth of God’s church is the Holy Spirit (cf. Ephesians 2:16-22). The Holy Spirit was biblical for a long time before He became Charismatic or Pentecostal or anything else which might be the reason Baptist Christians avoid Him. Without the Comforter’s ability to make lost folks horribly uncomfortable in their hearts about their sins and dark destinies, no church since the Cross ever would have existed. On Texas Baptists’ best ministry day, the credit for souls saved and lives changed still will go to the Holy Spirit. It will not be by strength, it will not be by might; it will be by His Spirit, says the Lord (Zechariah 4:6)—or churches and their cell groups in Texas just won’t be. Tell Christian cell groups which would become evangelistic, ‘Pardners, the Holy Spirit is your Partner’ . . .” (from previous comment)

    David Troublefield
    Minister of Education
    Lamar Baptist Church
    Wichita Falls, TX
    david@lbcwf.org

  2. David Troublefield Says:

    And, again!

    “. . . 5. Growth of churches requires adequate prayerful planning (cf. 1 Corinthians 2:1-5). The sustained growth of Christian congregations is a spiritual happening—and it’s an administrative thing. Spiritualistic believers (whose maturity level appears high but proves low upon examination) down-play requirements for management of church growth; technocrats focus on planning for growth to the exclusion of the Spirit. Scriptures tell the church, though, that its spiritual and numerical growth result from the activity of God in individual and corporate lives—that He acts through the witness of Christians to produce other Christians and the work of churches to establish more churches in the world. Cell groups can network with cell groups literally to pray down upon their towns and friends the revival or spiritual awakening productive of growth, and they should hold each other accountable always to be Great Co-missionaries . . .”

    David Troublefield
    Minister of Education
    Lamar Baptist Church
    Wichita Falls, TX
    david@lbcwf.org

  3. david troublefield's comment is quite impressive. The bible says one of you shall chase a thousand, and two shall put ten thousand to flight. This scripture is a call for unity of spirit and faith. But if we labour in isolation, One at its best can only Says:

    Israel omotayo
    Is an evangelist,
    President of harvest evangelistic ministries, based in Lagos,Nigeria
    234-803-535-9609

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