Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College to Host Inaugural National Evangelism Conference

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Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College to Host Inaugural National Evangelism Conference


Byline: Wheaton College Media Relations

The Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College (BGCE) will host its inaugural national gathering on evangelism this June 28-30, 2016, on the campus of Wheaton College.

Amplify 2016 will bring together hundreds of church leaders to reimagine evangelism in local church settings and turn the tide toward greater gospel outreach.

During Amplify 2016, the BGCE will be sharing research, platforming speakers, and conducting breakouts to move the conversation about evangelism and the local church forward. Amplify is for anyone in a church leadership position or in a position outside the local church setting who is seeking to weave an evangelism ethos into his or her life or the lives of others.

The three-day event will include 5 main plenary sessions and 32 breakout sessions featuring speakers including evangelist Luis Palau; visionary Alan Hirsch; network directors Kim Reisman and Beth Seversen; pastors James Meeks, Derwin Gray, David Choi, and Lon Allison; authors Lee Strobel and Rice Broocks; and Wheaton College professors Dr. Rick Richardson and Dr. Jerry Root.

"We are living in a critical time when people love the idea of evangelism but many aren't actually engaged in it," says BGCE Senior Fellow Dr. Ed Stetzer. "With research pointing to the decline of Christianity in our nation, we are convening Amplify as a strategic first step in mobilizing hundreds of leaders to develop a passion and strategy to reach the unchurched in their areas."

"Every Christ-centered church believes in evangelism," adds Kevin Harney, lead pastor of Shoreline Community Church and founder of Organic Outreach International Ministries. …

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