Church Evangelism Training

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ONE Day Seminar: Free

Have your church (or men’s, women’s, or youth group, etc.) trained in biblical soul winning and get your group on fire for spreading the gospel in a 1-day seminar! The CCN Crash Course combines biblical teaching, videos, mock witnessing, and hands-on training with experienced, trained soul winners and open-air preachers, who will take your members out into your local area to seek and save the lost.

*There is no cost for the CCN Crash Course. However, if the distance to travel to the teaching location is determined to be a significant distance, travel expenses may be required. We do request that a table is set aside, so that CCN can display information about the ministry, along with tracts and books for sale. Love offerings are also accepted.


How to Schedule a CCN Crash Course

  • Contact CHRISTIAN Collegian Network through the form below and let us know that you are ready to make a change!
  • Pick a date and location, equipped with amplification, and a projector with a connection to a laptop to hold our one-day training (preferably on a Saturday). Typically, Crash Courses last from 10AM - 4PM for the in-house training (includes lunch time) and 4:30PM-6PM for outreach, held immediately after the in-house training.
  • Select a location nearby, where attendees can put what they learned into practice during our afternoon outreach.
  • After CCN confirms, begin to promote the one-day training.
  • Plan to provide lunch and refreshments for the attendees.
  • Set up a table for CCN to provide information on the ministry.

Contact CCN through our form below to set up your CCN Crash Course and start making a CHANGE!

CCN Crash Course Testimonies

We have lost count of the many Crash Courses that we have been able to provide over the years to both large and small ministries. 

"I remember that before CCN, I used to shake every time I would bring up the Good News. But, now I am more relaxed, without being scared of what others might think about me.” – L. Chu