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Turning Everyday Conversations into Gospel Conversations – POSTPONED

POSTPONED (7:00 pm on October 13, 2022)

When you schedule something with ReachGlobal Crisis Response during hurricane season, there is always a chance you may get pre-empted by a storm. Both Kat Welch and Gail DeGray have gone to Florida to help with the initial stages of a response to Hurricane Ian. Please pray for effectiveness in reaching people impacted by this process.

Therefore we’ve had to postpone the event described below. Stay tuned for a rescheduled date sometime in January.

In the meantime, we will have a Congregational Conversation meeting at the time this was originally scheduled (7:00 pm on October 13, 2022). We’ll be giving updates on moving Trinity forward, hearing your input on the process, and joining our hearts in prayer.

Earlier this year Katrina Welch and Gail DeGray developed a workshop for the EFCA Crisis Response staff development meetings. They based their material on Turning Everyday Conversations into Gospel Conversations by Jimmy Scroggins and Steve Wright. We’ve asked Kat and Gail to repeat this compelling workshop for us from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm on October 13, 2022. This will be in place of our regular Congregational Conversation for that month. Please mark your calendar and plan to come.

We all have conversations every day. Many of these are simple and ordinary, like the conversation you might have with the bagger at check-out. But conversations can turn to significant and personal topics quite easily, and these conversations are the ones we want to be able to turn toward spiritual things, and ultimately to the Gospel. Using resources from the book and from their own experience, as well as videos and testimonies, Kat and Gail will help us to learn how to turn conversation the right direction and how to present the Gospel when that happens. It’s fresh and challenging material, and just what we need to think about as a church while we are moving forward into a new season of ministry.

For more information contact Bob or Gail DeGray.