The theme of this year’s SpringLife campaign invites congregations within The Wesleyan Church to be intentional about two of the Church’s major missions: evangelism and discipleship.
SpringLife is the annual evangelism and discipleship emphasis for the entire denomination. This year’s theme is “The Invitation,” and the free teaching series is designed to help local church leaders cover evangelism and discipleship. The SpringLife emphasis leads up to Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013.
“Each spring Wesleyan churches use SpringLife materials to motivate congregations to do two things: share personal faith stories in Jesus with someone and commit to becoming a better follower of Jesus in the year ahead,” said Dr. Jim Dunn, executive director of Church Multiplication and Discipleship for The Wesleyan Church. “SpringLife also unifies the Church in being Christ’s witnesses along with becoming more like the Master himself.”
SpringLife resources are available for entire churches and specific ministries to children, youth, and adults, including a sermon series, small group and Sunday school lessons, event ideas, and evangelism training. “In order for a church to be healthy and fit, it must involve itself in the missional activities of God, which always involve sharing and investing,” said Rev. Jeremy Summers, director of adult spiritual formation as well as the SpringLife initiative.
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