Zoom or Live training at your Church

Due to C19 or travel restrictions, Zoom training can be offered as an alternative to live training.  But either way you will have a dynamic interactive course led by Stu Millar (Evangelist), on how to share the Gospel through the G7. Alternatively you can facilitate your own course using our online training videos and manual.  This is great for home-groups and individuals or even churches if having a trainer come personally is not a viable option.  But having someone present the training “live” is the most beneficial, interactive and interesting way of being equipped.

There are various formats for training.  Zoom courses are normally done one evening per week for 7 weeks, a full Live Training is normally over a two week period. The most popular format for a full Live Training is outlined below. It is not the only way that training can be accomplished and there are many different shortened versions, even down to a 40 min workshop after a service.  We are always ready to discuss your training requirements personally and work out the best way possible to equip people in your church.

Please contact us using the ‘Register for Training’ button below.

View a generic two-week Evangelism training outline

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A revision session can be offered sometime in this second week for anyone who misses any Gospel session, or for anyone who wants to revise what they have learned.

How to share the Gospel:

  • How to create opportunities to share the Gospel
  • How to clearly present the Gospel
  • We teach the “hardest case scenario”, reaching a complete stranger, as well as how to reach friends and family
  • How to finish positively with people

The Theology:

  • What is the historic Gospel message that Jesus commanded us to proclaim? What are the ingredients of the Gospel and why are they important in the message of salvation?
  • Understanding why we say what we say when going through ‘The G7’
  • Keys to making personal evangelism happen in your own life
  • The theology of repentance. Why must a person make ‘Jesus Lord’ at the point of conversion?
  • Understanding grace vs works and the importance of having this in balance

Revision and missing sessions:

We are aware that people learn at different speeds and that people are busy and may not be able to make it to all of the sessions. The good news is that we can make available the DVD’s so people can catch up on any session they have missed out on, and/or we can run a revision night as explained above.


After you have learned to use The G7, a Train To Proclaim mentor can take you out into the field. You can book in for 1 hour (so you aren’t out all day) to observe the mentor ‘loving someone with the gospel’. If you want, we can stand beside you and help you give it a go. No one is forced to do the practical component.

Empowering your whole church

We are aware that only a percentage of your church will be able or willing to participate in an evangelism training event.  So what about the rest of the church?  Stuart can meet with leadership prior to the training to discuss strategies to engage up to 100% of those in the church.  He can present in the Sunday services easy options for those not involved in the training event as a starting point for sharing the Gospel.  It is important not to create a ‘them and us” type scenario, and to build a culture of evangelism within the wider church.  See the 7 Level Evangelism Plan for more details.

For more information and to look at possible seminar formats to suit your church, please contact Stuart on stu@traintoproclaim.com

Also, check out the G7-Results on this website.  We are recording progress with these tools.  Anyone can register and add to what is happening all around the world.  Pastors can monitor how their church is going with real data.