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Women's Ministry Annual Report January 2013

Linda Kopulos and Michaelyn Sloan

The Evangelism and Women's Retreat Groups combined their efforts to provide a day retreat on "Doable Evangelism." Approximately 40 individuals participated, including visitors from other parishes.

On March 24, the Doable Evangelism program was offered to the parish. Mr. Randy Siever from Sparks (Reno), Nevada who has worked in evangelism for 30+ years at places like the famous mega church, Saddleback, under Rick Warren, and presently at a very small church applying these Doable principles. Doable is not a hard charging program of pressure and commitment to be “saved.” Since only 3% of people have a gift of evangelism, few people can really pull it off. It only requires a person to connect with people, establish a conversation, listen to them, and pray silently afterwards. This gives Doable its name, anyone can do it. So in reality conversations are more important than conversions. The 3 Steps (NLP) are:
Notice – 30 seconds to look at someone and get their attention. Open up by “how are you?” or “how is your day going?”
Listen – Look them in the eye while they speak to you. As they speak about events say “Wow!!!” a lot; and
Pray - After the conversation is over, turn away and say a little prayer for them and their peace with Jesus the Savior.