Have you ever wanted to help a group get involved in missions? Maybe you’re a small group leader and your group enjoys getting together for Bible studies, but has never done any outreach. Your group members might not even be comfortable with evangelism. Or maybe you’re a church leader in charge of a student ministry and you would like to help your students get comfortable sharing their faith.
This weekend Indigitous is kicking off Digital Outreach Training for Trainers. It’s a new three-part training course designed to equip you to empower others to share the Gospel. Those who take part in the online training workshop will gain a theological perspective for conducting Digital Outreach events, learn how to disciple others to encourage their spiritual growth, and discover biblical principles behind Digital Outreach.
How it will happen
The training will take place over Zoom in three weekly sessions, the first of which starts on May 15 at 9:30am EST. The online sessions will be one hour long, with 30 minutes for teaching and 30 minutes for application of the learning. The program is designed for weekly meetups centered on the core of Digital Outreach.
During each session, you’ll learn theological principles while also having time for reflection and application of those lectures. Between sessions, you will have a take-home assignment to complete on your own. You’ll also be able to interact with each other and with the trainers between sessions.
The training sessions will be taught by Bethel Bumanglag, Ed.D. and Ptr. John Paul Arceno, Th.M., each from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
This training is part of Inditous’ commitment to the GO Month campaign, where we are encouraging every Christian to take time to pray, care, and share with your friends, neighbors, colleagues, and family members.
The Digital Outreach Training for Trainers will take place on three consecutive Saturdays, starting May 15. There is no cost to attend the training, though registration in advance is required.