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Evangelism training took place November 16-18 at the Church of God (Seventh Day) in St. Paul, Minnesota. Twenty-nine adults and 20 youth attended ten hours of teaching over three days.

Several topics were covered, including worship management and evangelism. Presenters explained different types of worship and their structure and purpose. They also analyzed the main purpose of evangelism, shared the different techniques and methods for evangelizing, and offered recommendations of what to do and what not to do when sharing your faith.

On Saturday, November 17, Julio Cesar Jaime Méndez from Mexico shared the Word of the Lord with the congregation, focusing on a captivating theme of the lost sheep. He received positive reaction from attendees.

At the end of the service, there was an anointing for the needs of some in the congregation. Later, sessions were held on biblical interpretation, exploring how the Bible should be read and analyzed, as well as the differences among different Bible versions. It was a dynamic class, involving the class members in different examples and biblical readings.

On Sunday, November 18, classes covered the Old and New Testaments, and attendees learned about homiletics. They analyzed different types of sermons and the fundamentals of preaching, and reviewed other topics. The day ended with a question-and-answer session and a practical session testing what people learned throughout the training.