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CBFNC Webinar: How casual conversations move into Christ-focused conversions Tuesday, May 1, 2018 3-3:45pm Presenter: Eddie Hammett, CBFNC Chu...

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2014 General Assembly  First, Greensboro  March 28-29, 2014
Posted in: Evangelism
2014 General Assembly First, Greensboro March 28-29, 2014
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 By Drew Mooney As a refresher of what we covered in the session, there are three main areas to consider when thinking about a church website: ...

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An article from the CBFNC gathering newsletter by Larry Hovis.

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 An article by Rick Jordan about the year-long evangelism pilot project conducted by the CBFNC Evangelism Task Force.

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 A presentation by Dr. Curtis Freeman of the Baptist House of Studies of the Duke University Divinity School. Presented at the seminar, "Joining ...

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 The CBFNC Evangelism Task Force fully recognizes the difficulty of defining evangelism. However, we felt it was worthwhile to present some ba...

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 Using a “coaching” approach, the leader acts as facilitator, guiding the group through the process of helping a church better understand it...

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David Crocker, Founder, Operation InAsMuch     The church is not the church until their neighbors see and experience God’s love ...

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