Friday, November 1, 2019, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
CrossPoint Campus - East Worship Center
500 Crosspoint ParkWay
Many Christians have strong faith, but sometimes have difficulty living it out in today's culture. EQUIP is for anyone interested in learning how to better handle challenges many Christians face today. Attend breakout sessions designed to equip you to live out your faith and show the Love of Jesus in this increasingly complex world.
Choose from five interesting and valuable break-out sessions covering topics such as:
Effective Biblical Conflict Resolution
Develop useful tactics for handling conflict in a way that is Christ-centered and God-honoring. Use these tools to help navigate a conversation with a difficult personality or to help resolve conflicts between others to help foster a culture of peace in the relationships in your life.
Explaining Your Faith in Today's Culture
Learn how to explain the life-giving qualities of Jesus and the reasons why you follow Him in a world that is continually trying to tell us that Christianity is no longer relevant. Gain useful tools that will help you navigate this difficult conversation in light of today’s culture.
How to Share the Gospel in Conversation
Have you ever struggled to articulate your faith to a loved one, a friend, a co-worker or even a stranger? Learn a simple way to share the Gospel in conversation, helping you to reach every Man Woman and Child with the love of Jesus.
Handling Scripture Correctly
Personal study of the Bible is vital to your faith! Having the tools you need to help you interpret the Bible correctly can help you develop deeper love and appreciation for scripture and for God. These tools will also help you live out your faith the way it was intended to be lived out.
Building Cross-Cultural Relationships
Looking at others the way that Jesus sees them is not always easy. Learn some practical tips on how to build relationships and make connections with people who are culturally different than you. Being able to do this will help you have a clearer understanding of what the Body of Christ is meant to look like, with all of its wonderful diversity.