March 12, 2015
The Evangelist and the Local Church Webinar
Do you struggle to find your place in a local church? Do you wonder how best to work with the churches in the areas you're working? Do you feel like there's no place for you in the church?
These are all common struggles for evangelists today. Join Jose Zayas and Steve Jamison -both evangelists as well as pastors- in a conversation about how the evangelist can love, serve and engage with the local church.
Jose Zayas was first awakened to his mission to share the Good News as a teenager living in New York City.
“In high school, I simply wanted my friends to encounter Jesus in a real way,” says Jose. “Little did I know that God would open doors to allow me to share with millions of people around the globe in the decades that followed.”
Today, Jose is active in global mission—speaking at festivals, conferences, and outreaches across the United States, Europe and Africa through Jose Zayas Evangelism International.
Jose is also committed to local mission—serving as lead pastor of Sunset: A Jesus Church in Portland, Oregon, where he is passionately helping followers of Jesus live on mission to their city.
Steve Jamison is the Lead Pastor of Eastridge Church in Issaquah, WA. Before coming to Eastridge in 1999, Steve served for 14 years as a full time evangelist; his travels have taken into 30 nations on five continents.
He is the co-founder of Jammin’ Against the Darkness, an evangelistic outreach featuring NBA-style hoops, award-winning music and the message of Jesus Christ. He has led Jammin’ in some of America’s premier venues including two events in Madison Square Garden, the Verizon Center, and Safeco Field. Jammin’ has seen thousands of people make commitments to Christ and events have been broadcast worldwide.
Steve is a member of the Assemblies of God World Missions Board, Convoy of Hope National Pastors’ Committee and International Media Ministries Board. Steve’s speaking schedule takes him to a variety of audiences each year ranging from professional sports athletes, business and government leaders, and people building their lives and families.
Steve and his wife Cheryl have two adult children and make their home in Sammamish, WA with their youngest son