The Netcasters Evangelistic Team (NETeam) brings a laymen-friendly version of the NETSeminars to local churches as a one-week module. Many pastors have been blessed and stirred at the seminars. Now, there is an opportunity to take the seminar home with you–trainers and all!
The Netcasters Evangelism Training course is designed to equip saints to do the work of the ministry. Specifically, the aim of the week is to guide every netcaster into Spirit-empowered, clear, confrontational evangelism. We still believe that souls can be saved by going-door-to-door. We see it happen on a regular basis. The evangelist and team seek to lead individuals to walk by faith in the harvest fields of their Jerusalem.
Thank you for visiting this site! Take your time, look things over, and should God open the door, we would be thrilled to join you in your harvest field!
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Your heart will be blessed by the testimonies shared here from those who have been through the program. God is faithful!
God did work marvelously in souls saved and in building up the lives of those being trained. I would encourage any pastor to strongly consider bringing in the NETeam.
Senior Pastor, South Carolina
For years the Lord has burdened my heart to launch a Netcasters Evangelistic Team. This would allow a module approach to the Netcasters Evangelism Training course to aid local churches in equipping the saints to do the work of the ministry. God, in His grace and timing, is now bringing this vision to pass.
My heart is thrilled that the Lord has led Evangelist Jonathan Barber to lead this team. He and his wife, Rebecca, have served in evangelism for several years with the Lord’s hand clearly evidenced upon their ministry.
May the Lord of the catch thrust out many more netcasters into His catch.
Evangelist John R. Van Gelderen