The goal of this time together is to understand what it means to be an "ambassador for Christ" and apply that knowledge so we can fulfill our holy calling, to be the witnesses Jesus Christ has ordained all of us to be now that we are saved (Acts 1:8).
While the role of evangelism is not the only aspect of the Christian's walk with God (as some may falsely suggest), being a light in this dark world is a primary reason the Lord left us here and the fruit of a soul in communion with Jesus Christ who left heaven to be the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world (John 1:9).
The greatest period of church history, the Philadelphian Church Age, is often referred to as the "church of the open door" because an estimated 75% of the known world was converted to Jesus Christ (Revelation 3:8). With a King James Bible in hand and in heart, this feat was accomplished by "ordinary" Christians who simply took up the banner of being ambassadors for Christ. As we endeavor to be a Philadelphian church in a Laodicean age, we should desire to bring our Saviour much fruit in the closing hours of this night before Jesus Christ returns to take us home.
Although being an ambassador encompasses what you say and how you live, the focus of this course will be your presentation of the gospel and how to witness to people more effectively. The format of the course will be a mix of Biblical instruction, demonstration, and practice.
When a man is filled with the Word of God you cannot keep him still.
If a man has got the Word, he must speak or die.