Witness Training


 WB Training Goal:

Please pray for WB as we began to contact people who are connected to leaders in

10 different seminaries, universities, and conference facilities...


Some possible assignments would include speaking at...

chapel, classrooms and leader gatherings





WITNESS TRAINING:


For the past 7+ years WB has "reported back"[Acts 4:13,23] actual witness experiences each week

via newsletter emails in order to encourage fellow believers. The goal is to have believers become "John 3:16 witnesses"

for Christ, compelled by love to share Jesus where they "live, move, and have their being" [ Acts 17:28].

These weekly emails encourage readers to study and apply our latest book individually and in small groups

IF WE ARE THE LIGHT, WHY IS AMERICA SO DARK? 


WB has been active in both churches and Drug & Alcohol Christ-Centered Rehab Facilities.

We have worked with over  100 churches representing different backgrounds, shapes and sizes. 


Planning a church service at

a family reunion

With Kirby Anderson as a guest on his radio show Point of View with Kirby Anderson" in Dallas, TX- a nationally syndicated radio talk show with Kerby Anderson

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Tudi, Kirby, and Ted

Witnessing on the

golf course

Bible study and witness training at Timothy House- a drug and alcohol rehab facility


WB TRAINING OPTIONS:



-Weekly Sessions


-Weekend Seminar


-Speaking/ Preaching on Sundays 



Examples:


Forest Hills Baptist Church- (Nashville)...Sunday morning preaching (3 services),

men's breakfast speaker, and missions conference speaker


Georgian Club- (Atlanta)...private club outreach dinner in which Tudi and

I both shared our testimonies


Leadership Breakfast- (St. Louis area)...speaker for large community outreach 



 WRISTBAND TOOL:


"I AM A SINNER, JESUS CHRIST IS MY SAVIOR...JOHN 3:16"


The wristbands are used as a tool to help believers proclaim Jesus as their

personal Savior to others. They can then ask others 

"Have you made a similar decision?"


After 14 years of working and training believers in all Christian backgrounds...

I estimate that only 1-5% of believers actually speak the name of Jesus.

The wristband is a remarkable tool that can help guide the believer's conversation.