Summer 2016 Training Day

Sat, Jul 23, 2016
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Event Date
Saturday, Jul 23, 2016
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
West Tower 3rd Floor Lobby @ Dallas (see map)
Kids Ministry
Training Ground is Watermark’s midweek ministry for preschool and elementary kids. Formerly known as Childcare, kids can participate when parents or guardians attend a Watermark weekday ministry that offers Training Ground.
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Join us on Saturday, July 23, 2016 for a day of equipping! Four classes will be offered and will run simultaneously. You will choose the ONE class you would like to attend. Please arrive between 9:00 am - 9:20 am and come to the 3rd floor of the Watermark West Tower. Please meet on this floor before going to your specific classroom. Classes start promptly at 9:30am. Classroom locations for each class will be announced soon and there will be signs at registration. The Watermark West Tower is the 8-story building next to the main facility. Cost: $10 for early registration -- you must register between now and Friday, July 22, at 11:59pm to pay the early registration fee. Cost of registration increases to $15 for day of registration and walk ups. Food: Breakfast, snacks, and drinks will be provided at no additional cost. Lunch will not be provided. Class Options (all running from 9:30 am - 12 pm) • Dwelling Richly: A Devotional Approach to Scripture Memory taught by Bill Ashbaugh Description: Feeling like a failure in the area of scripture memory? Join us as we explore why scripture memory should be a core discipline for every believer and how to personalize scripture memorization, letting the Word of Christ dwell in you richly. We will share techniques and tools that will help you achieve success and grow in your passion for hiding God’s Word in your heart. Want to see life change, to be more like Christ? This is the class for you! • Evangelism: Increasing Your Personal Outreach taught by Larry Moyer Description: CEO of EvanTell, experienced evangelist, and visiting professor of evangelism at Dallas Theological Seminary, Dr. Larry Moyer will be teaching two topics during his class time: First Topic - "What is So Scary About Evangelism and How Do You Overcome those Fears?" Dr. Moyer will discuss the four fears believers have in sharing their faith and how to overcome those fears. Each student will receive a handout and practical training. This seminar has been so impactful that literally thousands have led their first person to Christ as a result of this seminar. Second Topic - "How Do You Talk To Your Own Relative About Spiritual Things?" Many believers are burdened for those in their earthly family who—unless something happens—will not be part of their heavenly family. Family members, though, seem to be the hardest ones to approach about spiritual matters. Dr. Moyer will discuss the three “don’ts” and the five “do’s” in speaking to your relatives about spiritual things. A huge number of believers have found this seminar so effective that they have been privileged to lead many of their own family members to the Lord. • Knitted Souls: Deepening Your Friendship With Jesus taught by Deb Frazier (this class is for Women only) Description: Instead of focusing on Peter-the-impulsive, Peter-the -brash, or Peter-the-often-confused; this will be a study of Peter, Jesus' close friend. We will look at the strengths of their relationship, examine our own close friendships, and end by challenging us to develop a deeper friendship with the Lord. • Yours, Mine and Ours: How to Lead Your Step Family by Richard and Roxana McCauley Description: Whatever the configuration of your step family know that God wants to be at the center helping you love and lead well. Join us as we discuss the roles and responsibilities of the biological parent and the step parent. We will also help you see things from the perspective of your children as they adjust to their place in your step family.


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