The Prayer and Evangelism Team assists churches to fulfill the Great Commission through prayer mobilization, intercession, strategy, training and consulation.  The evangelism aspect of their ministry includes some level of support and training in ministries referred to as Love Loud ministries such as: Literacy Missions, Hunger Ministry, Disaster Relief, and others.  Additonal ministry support is added by evangelism training, consulting, resourcing, collaborating initiatives, and partnering with church and church planting evangelism efforts.  Other ministries include: helping churches to work through conflict, providing financial assistance or counseling referral to ministers in need or crisis.  Local churches and church plants can seek financial, training, or consulting assistance in the areas of prayer and evangelism.  Financial assistance is available by applying for either an Existing Church Evangelism Grant or, a Church Planting Evangelism Grant.

Churches can reserve tools to help with evangelism such as the 316 Car ( mockup of a Nascar Race Car) used as a conversation starter toward evangelism) or a Block Party Trailer (a self contained party trailer equipped with Concession capabilities, fun, and games).

Churches can apply for Hunger Grants that assist them in meeting the needs of hungry people with the intent to share Jesus and make disciples.   Certain conditions apply for receiving such a grant.

Literacy Mission consultants are available to help your church reach the lost through English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Reading and Writing, and/or Youth Tutoring.  Some initial fee is charged for training materials.

Disaster Relief is also a much needed ministry in our state and beyond.  Specialized training is offered periodically throughout the calendar year to meet needs in disaster through our Feeding Unit, Chainsaw and Recovery, Chaplaincy, Mud-Out/ Ash-out, and others.  Pay attention to the Disaster Relief information on our web page.  Deployments take place throughout the year, throughout Colorado, and across our nation with an occasional deployment overseas.

Feel free to contact the Prayer and Evangelism Team with your questions, training requests, and interest in involvement in any of these ministries.

Latest News and Stories from the Prayer & Evangelism Team

  • Literacy Missions Changes Lives

    One fourth grade girl and her four brothers—one older and three younger— lived in the neighborhood surrounding Hillside Baptist Church, Greeley. They attended Vacation Bible School and came one Wednesday night after that because, as Martias put it, “This is the first time white people have been nice to us.” I invited them to attendRead more →

  • Transitional Pastor Training

      August 4 & 5, 2014 Orchard Mesa in Grand Junction 2748 B 1/2 Road, Grand Junction, CO 81503 Transitional Pastors help churches pass from the leadership of one pastor to another. They can help make the passage as positive and constructive as possible by gaining momentum and productivity in the process of transition. TheRead more →

  • Volunteer!  If you’ve done it for the least of these, you’ve done it for Me.

    By Ginger LeBlanc TRUTH: Disasters happen.  They are recorded throughout history, we’ve seen them in our lifetime,  and we know they will continue to happen. ANOTHER TRUTH:  Colorado Baptist Disaster Relief (CBDR) doesn’t have enough volunteers responding to new and ongoing disaster recovery. In Colorado we can expect fires, floods and tornadoes. We receive constantRead more →

  • Prayer & Evangelism Team

    The Prayer and Evangelism Team assists Colorado Baptists to fulfill the Great Commission through resourcing, networking churches, supporting, training and consulting in evangelism and ministry while promoting a culture of prayerful dependence on God.
  • Matt. 28:19, “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you.” (HCSB)
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