Many Christians struggle to share Jesus with those far from God. Do you?
Join us for a training that will equip and provide practice for followers of Jesus to:
Find people to share the Gospel with
Ask questions that begin spiritual conversation with someone
Transition into presenting the gospel
Share the gospel with simple, reproducible tools
Know how to begin simple discipleship with new believers
Be ready to train others in how to share the gospel
The training will be in English and German. Donations of 10 or 15€ are suggested to help cover costs, but are not required. Sign up now to secure your spot as space is limited!
Eric Hesse is a Novo Berlin (novo.org) team leader and co-founder of MultiplyBerlin (multiplyberlin.de), a team working for the transformation of the spiritual landscape of Europe through catalyzing Disciple Making Movements. He and his family have lived in Berlin since 2015. His life mission is to see every believer functioning as a missionary in heart and mind resulting in a Holy Spirit-directed, spontaneous expansion of the Church.
Friedhelm grew up in south west Germany. He is married to Jani and together they served in Central Asia for 14 years. He has lived in Berlin with his family since 2015 and is part of the leadership team of MultiplyBerlin (multiplyberlin.de). Friedhelm has passions for mapping the city, using stories to share the Good News, especially with Muslims, and starting Church Planting Movements.
Luke Baublet has lived in Berlin with his family since 2014. Luke is the Berlin Area Leader for Greater Europe Mission (gemission.org) coaching a team in GEM’s mission of reaching Europe by multiplying disciples and growing Christ’s church. He co-founded MultiplyBerlin (multiplyberlin.de), a team working for the transformation of the spiritual landscape of Europe through catalyzing Disciple Making Movements in Berlin. Luke is passionate about Berlin, making multiplying disciples of Jesus, and coaching leaders to thrive and excel.
Alexandra is the youth leader of GBIM-Berlin, an international church with african roots, and social worker of a foster care home for teens in Spandau. She moved to Berlin in 2012 after a year long mission trip to Kenya. Since then she has had the chance to visit churches and mission projects in many countries. Her heart is to build bridges between people from different cultural backgrounds on the foundation of the gospel and especially to empower the younger generation to find their true identity in Christ and to make disciples.
Lisa Witt is a youth leader, intercessor, and Bible lover. After serving with YWAM in Costa Rica and graduating from a discipleship training school, Lisa decided to entirely surrender her life to Jesus and serve him no matter what. She went to Oviedo, Florida to participate in a School of Biblical Studies, where she learned how to study the bible through the inductive method. A year later she graduated and moved back to her hometown in North Rhine-Westphalia with a vision of the body of Christ being transformed by knowing the truth about the Bible, about themselves, and about the mission every believer has been given. Her vision is to see the church rising up to its full potential and reaching the lost and lonely.