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Are you passionate about sharing the Gospel but find it difficult to start conversations with your neighbors, family, or coworkers? Look no further!

Join us for an exciting event that will equip you with the tools and skills to confidently engage in conversations about the Gospel and lead others to faith in Christ.

You will learn practical techniques and effective strategies to start conversations and communicate the message of Christ to those around you. Our speaker, Scott Harris, will share their experiences and insights on overcoming common obstacles and compellingly sharing the Gospel.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals passionate about sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Whether you’re a seasoned evangelist or starting out, Gospel Conversations is the perfect event.

Register HERE today and take the first step towards becoming a more effective witness for Christ!


About Scott Harris:
“Scott is the Vice President of Church and Global Engagement with Mission Increase. Mission Increase coaches and consults faith-based non-profits to help them flourish – all at no charge to the ministry. Scott’s specific role is to help non-profits and churches work better together to disciple God’s people to reach all peoples.

Born in San Jose, California, Scott grew up as an MK in the Caribbean and then lived in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong as a student minister and church planter with the International Mission Board (IMB). From 2009 –2017 Scott served as an IMB Trustee and was Trustee Chairman in 2016-2017. For 18 years he served as Missions Pastor at Brentwood Baptist Church in Brentwood, Tennessee.

Scott also serves as Chairman of the Board for Deaf Pathway Global – www.deafpathway.com; Deaf Pathway is bringing God’s Word to millions of Deaf people around the world through innovative Bible translation and technology twinned with church planting strategies.

Scott lives in Brentwood with his wife, Beth, and two children, Elizabeth and Jonathan. Beth was born in Taiwan to missionary parents and spent 30 years in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China.”

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