e-v@ngelism neXt: An Innovative Evangelism Conference

posted by Jeffrey on Wednesday, March 09, 2005 at 8:23 AM


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Here it comes! A revolution in thought on how we should "do" evangelism for a postmodern (and post Judeo-Christian) world. It all goes down on April 25-26, 2005 in Smyrna, TN. Ed Stetzer, Leonard Sweet, and Randy Frazee, well known leaders in the "Emergent Conversation", will lead the conference in a format true to the basic principle of postmodern evangelism--conversation (not lecture).

If you're sitting there thinking, "Emergent who? Postmodern huh? what in the world does that mean" (and there's nothing wrong with those questions by the way), then let me spell it out for ya... this is a conference where we can sit down and TALK with very well respected practicioners, speakers, and authors about how we can reach the younger generations with the ever relevant message of Christ.

If you're interested in going, we can go as a "team" and save some money on the registration fee (which is minimal by the way). The more people on the "team" we have, the less it will cost each of us. The only stipulation is that we have to be registered by March 31 (to avoid late fees)--which means I need to know if you want to go by then. So if you want to know more about the conference, here's the link to the website. And if you decide you'd like to go, email me so we can register as a team for the discounted rate.

4 Comments:

Blogger plantnman said...

This conference will be a blast but we have had difficulty getting the word out. Anyone who is interested can go to www.evangelismnext.org for more info.

March 09, 2005 2:45 PM

 
Blogger Jeffrey said...

plantman...u a planter in TN?

March 09, 2005 3:45 PM

 
Blogger plantnman said...

yeah man...i'm your boss. its wayne

March 14, 2005 1:04 PM

 
Blogger Jeffrey said...

ha ha ha....awesome! what's up dog?!

March 14, 2005 1:55 PM

 

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