“I enjoyed the practical tasks of the course and overall, my confidence to share my testimony has grown. I would recommend it, especially as in these dark and confusing days we need to be able to boldly share the message of hope and eternal life.”
Evangelism Toolkit –
FREE online evangelism training
Now, from the comfort and safety of home, you can learn from OAC’s experienced evangelists. Learning is online and blends Zoom sessions with videos and support. It’s ideal for individuals, groups, churches and other organisations, and it’s FREE!
In this time of COVID-19, we’re running evangelism training programme purely online, with support. When we’re all able to meet in person again, you’ll also benefit from face-to-face and practical training
You’ll attend a series of 4 Zoom sessions, held over a series of evenings. They’ll cover topics like:
- What is the Gospel?
- How to share your story.
- Starting and maintaining conversations.
- Defending your beliefs.
Evangelism Toolkit – Videos
You’ll also get access to a series of helpful videos, to watch in your own time, including:
Other creative methods, techniques and ideas for street evangelism. (Coming soon)
Evangelism Toolkit – Support
After completing these theory modules, we’ll talk to you individually about how to arrange practical training and practice. For instance, it may be possible for you to join one of our join our street outreaches. Alternatively, we might be able to bring a team to your church for part of the weekend, and put it all into practice.
Dates and costs
The Evangelism Toolkit is FREE
Our next course will start in summer 2021 (exact dates TBC)
Who leads the course?
The Evangelism Toolkit is normally led by:
Marten Holmes, OAC National Director
Steve Harris, OAC Training Director
Register for our free Evangelism Toolkit training
Please email Marten at [email protected] All the instructions for joining the Zoom sessions and accessing the videos will be provided after you register.
“I found the OAC online training in evangelism very helpful. It sharpened my knowledge and helped me to focus on the most important parts of the gospel message.”