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Sat 14 May - "Share Your Faith" bcan

When:  Saturday 14 May 9:45 am - 5:00 pm

Where:  Trinity Tabernacle, Hassell Drive, Easton, Bristol, BS2 0AN. Please bring a packed lunch.

Website: http://www.bcan.org.uk/syf/


Also on three consecutive Wednesday evenings. 11, 18 & 25 May 2011, 7:30 - 9:30 pm.
Location: Crisis Centre Ministries, 12 City Road, St Pauls, Bristol, BS2 8TP

You don't have to be an evangelist to be able to share what you believe with other people. Every Christian can do this in a way that is clear, simple and attractive; that is natural and comfortable for you; and is enjoyable for the people you talk with.

The training seminar will be run twice: all day on Saturday 14 May; and three Wednesday evenings on 11, 18 & 25 May.

For more details, please visit http://www.bcan.org.uk/syf/ and if this does not answer your question, contact the CCM office - if possible, by email to . (We are currently having a few problems with the telephones, but you might be able to reach us on 0117 330 1230).

A5 publicity leaflets can be downloaded from the web site or provided on paper from the CCM office.

The seminar will be interactive, and will provide ample opportunity for people to ask to ask about any specific problems or areas of difficulty they may have, including the 'difficult' questions everybody dreads being asked. It has been found to be helpful to people who are exploring or are uncertain about their faith and would like a safe space in which to consider the most important issues we face.

It would also be very helpful if there were a few willing people who are not Christians, but who would be able to talk about their experience of being on the receiving end of enthusiastic Christian evangelism: we need to understand what the experience is like from the other side, and there is nothing to beat personal testimony.