Digital Outreach: Training for Trainers

Digital Outreach Training for Trainers

Have you ever wanted to lead a Digital Outreach event? Do you desire to see other people grow in their faith and get more comfortable with evangelism?

As part of GO Month, Indigitous is launching Digital Outreach Training for Trainers. This is a three-session training program that will equip you to empower others to share the Gospel.

What you will learn
Who Should Attend
Indigitous Digital Outreach
Curriculum

This training program will take place over three sessions on Zoom, with each session consisting of:

Schedule
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

This program is designed for weekly meetups centered on the core of what Digital Outreach is. During the session, you will be taught about theological principles and do reflection and application after the lecture. There will also be assignments to be done before the next meeting.

Yes, there will be interactions for the participants outside the meeting to foster learning, including conversations with each other and with the program leadership team.

None, this is free but if you’d like to give, you are free to contact us here.

Meet the Lecturers
John

John Paul L. Arceno

ThM., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
John is currently an interim pastor in New Jersey. He has published chapter titles under Vernon Press (Wilmington, Delaware) about utopian philosophy of virtual reality and digital theology.
Bethel (1)

Bethel Bumanglag

Ed.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Bethel earned her MA in Biblical Counseling (2018) and Doctorate in Education (2021). Bethel also works as the Administrative Assistant to Student Life and Women’s Ministry Coordinator at SBTS and the Soul Care Director at Graceland Church in New Albany, IN. When not working, Bethel reads and writes on spiritual formation, counseling and therapy, discipleship, and Christian education.
Digital Outreach Training for Trainers

Join us starting May 15 for this 3-week training course.

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