Worldview Rethink Workshop — Learn How to Share Your Faith!
Have you noticed? Your neighbor believes God is a force in nature, in animals, and in people. Your relative believes there is no such thing as moral absolutes. Your classmate believes God does not exist. Your colleague believes in the existence of many gods. And your friend who used to go to church simply doesn’t know what to believe anymore.
The Worldview Rethink workshop faces these beliefs head on. In this one-day workshop, participants are equipped with specialized tools to help communicate the Gospel in a way that makes sense – in a way that helps people rethink their worldview!
“This workshop has given me an entirely new knot-hole through which to view evangelism and discipleship...I can’t wait to put the tools to work!”
"This is ‘gorilla-with-a-crayon’ simple! It’s laid out so clearly... "
Worldview Rethink Workshops are lead by instructors who regularly teach the Bible’s message in a wide array of venues around the globe using GoodSeed Resources. Through their expertise, attendees are able to learn from real-life examples and hands-on-the-tools training so that by the end of the day they return home able to lead a study of their own.
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About each of the seven sessions:
Assuming Too Much? Considering the Realities
We live in a post-modern, biblically illiterate, heavily eastern-influenced society. These realities should cause us to consider the assumptions we make in evangelism. In session one it becomes clear that we run a risk of miscommunication if we assume too much. So, where does one begin when communicating the Gospel to those who know little or nothing about the Bible?
Trusting a Stranger? Examining our Expectations
Our western society is increasingly distrusting of others. But the Bible's message is all about trust—trusting in the Person and work of Jesus Christ. Is it reasonable, then, to expect our friends to trust God if they do not understand who he is or what he is like? Are we expecting people to trust a stranger?
Unsure about the Message? Identifying the Essentials
An abbreviated presentation of the Gospel is not without risks in a biblically illiterate society. There are definite advantages to taking time to provide necessary background. Watch, listen and participate as a home-based Bible Study is modeled, one that is easily imitated.
Abbreviating the Gospel? Assessing our Strategy
It is no secret that much evangelistic effort today tends to misfire. Could it be that we are guilty of offering a solution to a problem people don’t know they have—that they are failing to comprehend their lost condition? Are we focused on getting people saved before they know they are lost?
Are We Communicating? Connecting the Dots
A clearly understood Gospel is a powerful Gospel. Here, the Old Testament stories are connected to the New, and the Person and work of Jesus Christ becomes like the final pieces of a puzzle—it makes profound sense! It is why students often conclude, “This just has to be true!”
What’s the Next Step? Evaluating the Response
The Gospel demands a response. The question addressed in this session is the same asked by the Philippian jailer, “What must I do to be saved?“ Do we know how to give a clear answer or are we guilty of adding “extras”?
Where Do We Go from Here? A Call to Action
As Christ’s ambassadors, we have been commissioned to share the life-saving message of the Gospel—to enable people to rethink their worldview in light of God’s Word. It need not be intimidating. A variety of ways are presented to enable you to be involved as co-workers with Christ.
FAQ's about Worldview Rethink Workshops:
Is there any charge for the Workshop?
The cost of the workshop varies. The fees cover lunch, supper, snacks and all materials. Visual aids and other resources for TERM teaching are available for purchase at the seminar.
Who is a typical attendee?
Pastors, as well as home and foreign missionaries have found the seminar highly profitable, but we also regularly have attendees who consider themselves beginners in sharing their faith. If you have a sincere interest in being more effective in sharing your faith, you’re most welcome!
What about lodging?
Once you’re registered, we’ll gladly provide you with contact information for local motels and bed and breakfasts nearby the Workshop venue. The lodging arrangements and costs are your responsibility.
Can I miss sessions?
Participants are expected to attend the entire seminar. We ask that no audio or video recordings be made of the sessions.
How do I register?
Please visit our Upcoming Training page to determine the seminar for which you would like to register.
NOTE: Workshops are generally limited to Bible believers who have recognized their original standing before a just yet loving God, and have appropriated the solution that God has provided for life and death. If you are unsure of whether you qualify, then please contact us and we can discuss your situation.