School of Evangelism
The School of Evangelism is a course designed to raise up a new generation of evangelists who will work closely with the local church in mentoring, equipping, inspiring and resourcing them to effectively take the power of God for salvation (the Gospel) into the community. The goal is that people will have an opportunity to have their lives transformed by Christ and to be discipled to maturity, actively serving in the local church and the community.
Personal evangelism and discipleship
What is evangelism and discipleship? What is my role? How can I share the Gospel and disciple responsive people?
Understanding how to lead yourself so you can lead others.
Where can I go to preach to crowds? How do I preach? How do I attract a crowd?
Preaching and communication part 1
The power of good stories. How do I prepare a message?
Reaching families for Christ
Why reach children? How can I reach communities?
The total cost of the full course is $450. This includes
a non-refundable deposit of $50 due with the application.
$120 per module for those only want to do some of the courses. Board can be arranged at $100 per week.
Throughout the year there are three weekend block courses.
Preaching and communication part 2
Principles and practices that make quality
Apologetics, cults and religions
How to share the Gospel with people that oppose the Christian world view.
Reaching your potential and helping others to
do the same.
Director, Jeremy Dempsey Dean of Studies
Jeremy Dempsey has served as an evangelist with O.A.C. since 1997 with the aim to see a new generation of Evangelists raised up to effectively serve in their communities and to teach others to do the same. Jeremy is passionate about empowering Christians to become effective witnesses for Christ. He has lectured at Bible Colleges, preached in and trained at churches in evangelism throughout New Zealand and Polynesia.
He is currently O.A.C. National Field Director, responsible for training, upskilling and facilitating staff, interns, volunteers and churches to reach their community for Christ.