Designed for busy people looking for intense evangelism training in a short period of time, Summer SALT pulls crucial excerpts from our full semester program to cover the basics of personal and public evangelism, the evangelism cycle, and tools for outreach in your local church and community.
Topics Will Include:
- The Evangelism Cycle
- Friendship Evangelism
- Creating and Giving Bible Studies
- Awakening Spiritual Interest
- Answering Objections and Gaining Decisions
- Health Evangelism
- Public Evangelism
- How to Start Contagious Evangelism in Your Home Church!
Presenters will include SALT staff, SAU religion professors, It Is Written staff, and more!
Location: Hackman Hall, Southern Adventist University, 4881 Taylor Circle, Collegedale, TN 37315 (Directions)
Registration: June 22, 3:00-5:00 p.m. (followed by the opening session from 6:30-8:00 p.m.)
Tentative Daily Schedule (subject to adjustments): Classes will meet all day (8:45-4:30) Mon-Thurs, and 8:45-12:15 on Friday. Wednesday afternoon/evening a special outreach event is planned. On Friday evening and Sabbath we will be with a local church worshipping and helping with a special evangelistic event. The program's closing session will be on Sunday from 9:15-12:00.
Registration Rates: (Rates do not include food our housing. See below for details.)
• $99 Early Registration (Before May 15)
• $119 Standard Registration (May 15 - June 30)
• $139 Late Registration (July 1 - July 14)
Additional Family Members Attending Classes*:
• $50 Spouse
• $50 Child 1 (Ages 12+) • $30 Child 3 (Ages 12+)
• $40 Child 2 (Ages 12+) • $20 Child 4 (Ages 12+)
*Note: Sorry, we cannot provide childcare at this time. Children must be at least 12 years of age to participate in class sessions.
Participants may choose their own food options. Several eateries are available on campus including the SAU Dining Hall and Village Market. Campus eateries accept cash and major credit cards and have vegetarian and vegan options. There are also kitchens in the dormitory available (must bring own pots, pans, dishes etc.) for those who choose to bring/prepare their own food.
An average meal in the Dining Hall costs about $7.50. This price is based
on 1 entree, 1 vegetable, small salad, dessert and drink. Free lunch will be provided on Sabbath.
Dormitory Rooms: 7 nights
Apartments in Southern Village (walking distance to campus, 2 twin beds per bedroom (with linens), laundry, living/dining area, unstocked kitchen. 7 nights. Limited availability – if not available, refunds will be offered.