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The Proclaim Evangelism Modules are a year-long program that equips pastors and lay leaders in the area of proclamation evangelism.  It is specifically for those who feel called to engage in public evangelism, who want to conduct evangelistic meetings, and want to improve their skills in this important area.

While there is a heavy focus on public evangelism in these modules, it also includes learning how to combine personal evangelism, creative evangelism, and public evangelism into an effective master plan.   Participants will also learn how to create a culture of evangelism in the local church.

2024 Dates for Proclaim Modules

Module 1 (February 5-6): Creating a Culture of Evangelism / Wes Peppers, Eric Flickinger
Module 2 (May 13-14): Conducting an Effective Evangelistic Series / Richard Halversen, Richie Halversen
Module 3 (August 21-23): Leading People to Decisions / Mark & Tennie Finley, David Klinedinst
Module 4 (November 18-19): Follow Up Ministries / TBA

Requirements to Be Part of the Proclaim Modules

  1. You must commit to attending all four modules.
  2. You must commit to conducting an evangelistic meeting during the year you are in the modules.
  3. Complete all reading assignments in between modules.

Costs to Participate in Proclaim 

If you are a Chesapeake Conference pastor or lay leader, there is no cost to attend. If you are from a different conference, you are responsible for your travel expenses, lodging, and food. Lunch is provided free of charge each day.

These modules are by invitation only. So, if you sense a call to be equipped in public proclamation evangelism, or you’d like to know more about the Proclaim modules, take a look at the information on this page. Or contact us here in the Evangelism Department of the Chesapeake Conference at evangelismdept@ccosda.org

The Proclaim modules consist of four 2-day modules that meet once a quarter.  So, each student will be part of the program for one year. Each module will equip the person in a vital area of public evangelism.

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