CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas—The Hispanic Evangelism Team of Texas Baptists will host the Hispanic Evangelism Conference at First Baptist Church of Corpus Christi on Nov. 8-9. The event will begin at 7 p.m. on Nov. 8 and conclude at 2 p.m. on Nov. 9.
This year’s Conferencia De Evangelismo will focus on equipping pastors and leaders in the Hispanic community with tools to grow their churches and spread the Gospel message.
“This conference is unique because it will be conducted in both Spanish and English,” said Victor Rodriguez, evangelism associate and discipleship specialist with Texas Baptists’ Hispanic Evangelism Team. “Lots of Hispanic churches prefer English, so we will learn and worship in both languages during different parts of the event.”
The conference’s lead speakers are Antonio Muñoz, pastor of Redeemer Community Church en Espanol in Katy, TX, and Dr. Rolando Lopez,church planting coordinator for the San Antonio Baptist Association. A Congreso Experience will be hosted in English for students. The conference will welcome Hispanic leaders from churches across Texas who will cover a variety of evangelism and discipleship topics.
The Praise and Worship Team from Life Church of San Antonio will lead worship throughout the conference. In addition to general sessions, attendees can look forward to deeper discussion during breakout sessions and hands-on evangelism training classes.
“Not only will leaders receive training at this conference, but they will be equipped to use it once the weekend is over,” said Rodriguez. “Starting this year, I will meet personally with leaders to practice door-to-door evangelism. I am excited to see the tangible results of this conference in the work of Hispanic pastors and leaders.”
The Hispanic Evangelism Conference will be held at First Baptist Church of Corpus Christi, 3115 Ocean Drive, Corpus Christi, TX. No registration is required.
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