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Establish Christ-like Involvement With Your Community

Share the Gospel. Serve the Local Church. Minister to the Least of These.

As Christians, God has called us to be active in sharing our faith with others. We are His hands and feet; we have a special responsibility to praise Him and grow His Kingdom here on earth. By simply proclaiming the good news of His salvation, we are giving Glory to God.

And, as Christians, we cannot become complacent or content in our relationships with Christ. Self-satisfaction is dangerous because we can always grow closer to Him in our thoughts, our actions, and the way we minister to others. Once we begin to rely on our past victories rather than Christ, we are no longer seeking God.

Outreach North America can help you avoid falling into the trap of complacency by providing resources that can help you grow in sharing the Gospel, serving your local church and/or ministering to those who need it most.

Evangelism Training

Our hope and prayer for each of our churches is, as Paul said to Philemon, “that you may be active in sharing your faith, so that you will have a full understanding of everything that we have in Christ.” To that end, we offer evangelism resources for individuals and small groups.

Evangelism Explosion

Evangelism Explosion is a ministry that trains people how to share their faith in Christ and how to bring people from unbelief to belief. It utilizes a variety of components including prayer, actual on-the-job training where the experienced lead the inexperienced, and the principle of spiritual multiplication.

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Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored is a relaxed and informal way of sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. It gives people time and space to think about the big questions of life. Over seven sessions in Mark’s Gospel, guests find out more about the life of the person at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus Christ.

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Resources for Church Members

Are you ready to lean into your involvement with the church? Start the conversation today.

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