06 Dec Writing Your Christian Testimony

Writing Your Christian Testimony

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Completion Time: 2 weeks
CEUs: 1.0
Tuition: $45.00
Instructor(s): Marla Laney
Contact Info: Lisa Buffum

Class Description

Have you ever wanted to give your testimony or recount your religious conversion or experience? Even though we all live busy lives, it is important to set aside time with God to reflect on your faith and belief in his wonderful creation. Part of that creation is you! How did you come to know and believe in God? By giving our testimony, you can help others come to God. It is a powerful tool in evangelism!

This course is designed to help you develop your own personal Christian testimony. Each person’s unique story needs to be written down and verbalized. Whether you tell your story one-on-one, to your congregation, or as a professional speaker, it is important if we want to bring God’s love, truth, mercy and grace to others.

In the first week, you will learn the various parts of a testimony, organize your thoughts, and begin a draft of your testimony. In the second week, you’ll build on your draft and write a synopsis of your testimony for the class.

Upon completion of the course, you will have your testimony about how you came to Christ in written form and will be ready to tell it to anyone!

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