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Date: August 23, 2014
Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Faith Memorial Baptist Church
211 Lakewood Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28208

Contact: Audrey Evans
Phone: 704.392.2361
Email: audrey@charlottefaithmemorial.com

Did you know that 9 out of 10 believing Christians NEVER share their faith with anyone? M.A.D (Make a Difference) Live Evangelism Workshop Event. Cost: Free. Refreshments and a light lunch will be served .


This will be a totally engaging and fun experience that will give everyone who attends the tools to speak naturally and easily about their faith. At the end of the workshop, participants will be amazed at the role each of us can play in doing God’s Work, bringing the lost, careless and unconcerned to Jesus Christ.


Workshop Topics:
• Part 1: “How do I recognize the opportunities that God gives me every day?”
• Part 2: Dealing with the “fear” that stops us from sharing Christ and how to turn the conversation into a Spiritual one
• Part 3: “What do I say?”

For More information, call Faith at 704.392.2361 or email us at audrey@charlottefaithmemorial.com or vj@charlottefaithmemorial.com




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