The 412 Weekend is for everyday believers who are gifted in the area of evangelism. Ephesians 4:12 encourages those with this gift to build up the body of Christ, and The 412 Weekend will equip and mobilize them to fulfill that call.
Are You An Evangelist?
It’s time to mobilize.
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Why is Evangelism Important?
95% of all Christians have never won a soul to Christ.
80% of all Christians do not consistently witness for Christ.
Only 2% are involved in the ministry of evangelism.
Who Should Attend?
This isn’t just for pastors, church staff, and missionaries.
This is for every man and woman who believes in Jesus and wants the gospel to be spread all over.
About the Conference
The 412 Weekend has 3 Main Goals:
Affirm and identify the roles of evangelist
Equip, train, and sharpen every believer in their gifts of evangelism
Mentor and offer ongoing support
The 412 is the first-ever U.S. version of the Global Evangelists’ Forum (GEF). Since 2007, the GEF has been hosted in approximately 25 countries throughout French-speaking Europe, Africa, Quebec, the Caribbean, and English-speaking Africa, North Africa and the Middle East. There are several more countries preparing to host Forums in the near future as well. The GEF has truly revitalized a new generation of evangelists around the world.
Like the GEF, The 412 seeks to identify, affirm, train and mobilize evangelists for the benefit of local churches and of the Church. The weekend will consist of excellent plenary and breakout sessions, but The 412 is also designed to leave plenty of space for participants to be inspired, renewed and restored through times of sharing, fellowship and prayer.
Another key aspect of The 412 is the mentoring community. After the weekend there will be ongoing contact, training, fellowship and one-on-one mentoring.
Break Out Sessions
- The Biblical Definition of the Evangelist
- What Is the Gospel
- Sharing Cross-Culturally
- Five Things to Do with a Muslim Friend
- Sharing with Family
- Sharing Through Hobbies
- Engaging with the LGBTQ Community
- Witnessing to Addicts and Their Families
- Sharing with Children
- Mobilizing Your Small Group
- Discipling New Believers
- Prayer & Evangelism
- Women as Witnesses
- Media Outreach