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  • Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4540, Pineville, LA, 71361



FAITH at Horseshoe

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F.A.I.T.H. Evangelism provides training designed to prepare our members to:

  • effectively share the Gospel and minister through Sunday School relationships
  • Share the Gospel with anyone at anytime
  • strengthen and build our Sunday School

Our first goal is accomplished as Learners develop a clear understanding of the F.A.I.T.H. Visit Outline. The second goal is achieved as Teams are formed from within the same Sunday School class, department, or division.

Teams visit prospects for their class and department. They try to enroll those prospects who are not involved in any church’s Bible study and who agree to be enrolled. Teams also minister to their class members.


The Bible is clear about our responsibility to be a disciple of Christ and His witness. The following verses are just a few indicating this all-important command: Matthew 28:19–20Mark 1:17Mark 16:15Luke 24:47–48John 20:21Acts 1:8Acts 8:4. In the New Testament witness means being a verbal witness, one person telling another the Good News of the Gospel.

We can multiply ourselves as disciple-makers and active witnesses in F.A.I.T.H. Training, which we have based on 2 Timothy 2:1–2. The good news of salvation we have received is that we are to pass on to others and equip them to pass it on as well. F.A.I.T.H. helps us multiply our witness.

Why do we have F.A.I.T.H. training? Because the Bible commands us to do what F.A.I.T.H. provides.


What Benefits Do We Receive?

  • Spiritual growth & Discipleship
  • Joy in service
  • Rewards in heaven
  • Sunday School growth
  • Souls saved
  • People baptized


Spring and Fall semesters of FAITH meet on Sundays at 4:30 p.m. in the P.B.C. Gym.


Each week on Tuesday, we will meet at the church for classroom training. In Teaching Time, we use F.A.I.T.H. resources to learn how to make ministry and evangelistic visits. You will be on a three-person team representing your Sunday School class or department.

After the class session each week, we will visit the prospects for our class. The Team Leader will present the Gospel to those who need and express interest in hearing, and you watch and listen to what we call the F.A.I.T.H. Visit Outline. We also make ministry visits to our class members as the need arises. We usually visit for about an hour and 15 minutes.

We then return to the church for what we call Celebration Time. This is when teams report the results of their visits.

During the week, at your own time and pace, you will have Home Study Assignments to supplement what you learn in the classroom and from visits. This personal time will help you journal your experience and focus on ways God is helping you in your journey of faith.


This question brings us back to YOU. How will YOU commit to serving God through this exciting Sunday School discipleship strategy?