If churches are going to be making disciples, we have to be starting new churches, reaching new people, and doing justice in our communities, says Ray Jones and the Office of Evangelism where he serves. Disciple making is essential to the ministry of the church. We will examine what it means to be intentional about our relationships, as we walk alongside other disciples in order to equip, encourage, and challenge one another in love to follow Jesus into our lives, life together, and community.
By participating in this webinar you will:
- Strengthen your ability to tell your own stories of transformation and the witness of Scripture
- Identify your spheres of influence, where you can tell those stories and equip the others to do so, too
- Develop a plan to deepen your relationships with God and with others both within and outside the church
The live presentation will also include a Q & A segment so you can ask Ray your questions!
RAY JONES is coordinator for evangelism for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He has served the church as a pastor for twenty-five years in the following congregations: Sumner Presbyterian Church, Sumner, Miss; First Presbyterian Church, Bay Minette, Ala.; and Macland Presbyterian Church, Powder Springs, Ga. He served as the organizing pastor of the Macland Presbyterian Church, and grew with the church in sixteen years of ministry.
Ray has a heart for helping people grow in their love of God in Jesus Christ. This growth always includes our words and deeds. He is married and has two grown daughters. He has experienced training and education at Furman University, Columbia Theological Seminary, the church, and through living in the world.
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