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May 31, 2012
 
Michael Olesimeka, of GYC Atlantic, leads a practical evangelism workshop at the Pikesville (Md.) International church.
On a recent Sunday, the Pikesville International church (Baltimore, Md.) offered a workshop, featuring GYC (Generation of Youth for Christ) Atlantic.  This was one in a series of training sessions aimed at equipping members with soul-winning skills. In 2010, as part of the Chesapeake Conference’s “An Open Door in Baltimore” New Year’s Day outreach effort, Pikesville’s youth and men’s ministry members directed chartered school buses into neighborhoods throughout Baltimore and collected hundreds of names of individuals requesting Bible studies. Pikesville members are now following up with 400 of the names collected. 

John Griffin, leader of the men’s ministry said he was impressed with the material shared at the training, which was open to Baltimore area churches.

It remains the goal of the church’s Personal Ministries and Sabbath School departments to continue “harvesting our own backyard," says Earle “Geoff” Greaves, a church elder. “The Holy Spirit is empowering us to work together.”
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