Next Meeting: July 12, 6:30 p.m.
June 8, 21 - Has anyone told you today that Jesus loves you?
Who are you working with? Whose salvation are you praying for? Do you have a daily witnessing goal or is your goal to take advantage of every opportunity? Are you carrying literature? A primary reason for using tracts is to start a conversation! Evangelism is both a conversation and a presentation. In a conversation you can lack clarity and logic and inadvertently omit details but in a presentation you have a logical flow of ideas. You have a track to use as a guide or prompt. So our GOALS should be to use tracts to start a conversation to start a presentation.
We want to encourage you to always be prepared to share the gospel with
friends, relatives, associates and neighbors. Matt. 13:3, '..a sower went forth to sow...' As a part of Team 13:3, you will find the training to do just that. We meet on the first Monday of the month for inspiration and direction. Below you will find the original videos of Pastor Monroe's Team training. For more information, call Jane 843.661.4327.
“Behold, a sower went forth to sow…”
Since its inception, the priority of Florence Baptist Temple has been personal evangelism and soul-winning. Through the years, we have used many different evangelism/soulwinning programs or methods, including The Romans Road, Evangelism Explosion, Faith, Witnessing Without Fear, etc.
We began 2020 with the goal to “Press On in Faith,” meaning
to continue sowing the gospel seed as we have for 50 years. Then the Corona Virus hit and our ministry was severely limited for months. However, the Mission of the Church and our Lord’s Great Commission have not been rescinded. The eternal souls of men, women, boys and girls are at stake—we cannot retreat. And in the midst of this pandemic, it can still be done—thus, TEAM 13:3. The vision is to build a team of people who are committed to sowing the gospel seed, winning souls and developing them into serious followers of Christ.
I trust you will be a part of TEAM 13:3.
Pastor Bill Monroe