Three Opportunities to Hear Lee Strobel
Lee Strobel serves as Professor of Christian Thought at Houston Baptist University and as a Teaching Pastor at Woodlands Church in Texas, one of the largest congregations in the country. His latest book is The Case for Grace, which received the 2016 Christian Book Award for NonFiction.
World-Changers Series: Lee Strobel – The Case for Christ
Thursday, November 17, 2016 | 7 – 9 p.m.
Benson Great Hall, Bethel University
Free & open to the public. Click here to register.
“World-Changer” is one of Bethel’s seven core values. At Bethel, we aim to prepare graduates who are equipped to use their God-given talents to shape and change the world. The World-Changers series provides an opportunity for Bethel alums, parents, donors, ministry partners, and friends to hear insights from world-changers within and beyond the Bethel community.
Former Chicago Tribune legal editor Lee Strobel tells the story of his journey from atheism to Christianity, highlighting the evidence that convinced him Jesus is the unique Son of God. It’s a highly personal story that will encourage and equip attendees to share Jesus with people in their sphere of influence. Based on the #1 best-selling book that has influenced millions of people worldwide.
Pastors and Ministry Leaders Seminar
Friday, November 18, 2016 | 1 – 4 p.m.
The Underground, Bethel University
Registration Fee: $39 by November 3; $49 thereafter
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Creating an Evangelistic Culture: We all want our churches to be lighthouses for the Gospel in our spiritually confused world, but how can we create congregations that are enthused and equipped to share Christ with others? Lee Strobel will describe a biblical and practical approach for how any church can ratchet up its evangelistic effectiveness. Attendees will walk away with proven strategies for reaching their community for Christ.
Stronger Salt, Brighter Light Seminar
Saturday, November 19, 2016 | 9 – 11 a.m.
First Baptist Church, 304 Main St. S., Cambridge, MN 55008
This seminar is open to all at no cost; however, registration is required.
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Too often, evangelism is viewed as the dreaded “e word,” a duty to be fulfilled rather than an adventure to be pursued. In this encouraging and inspirational session, Lee Strobel will talk about practical ways that Christians can talk with others about faith in Jesus Christ in their everyday world. Participants will gain the confidence and courage to be salt and light as Jesus intended.