Evangelism Tickets, Inc., a faith-based company, is making efforts to promote outreach with an easier way for Christians to invite their unchurched friends to Christian events and activities.
Event-goers can now register on-line to send a friend to a concert, festival, retreat, mission trip, camp, seminar, workshop, golf tournament, or outing for free.
This outreach opportunity provides an incentive for Christians to make a difference in the life of an unbeliever. Registrants simply have to designate 10 percent of their event admissions specifically for outreach so that unchurched friends can attend Christian events.
"Inviting friends to attend non-threatening Christian events is an old idea, but paying their way so they can attend as guests was a new twist," said Justin Smith, President and CEO of http://EvangelismTickets.com.
The outreach strategy was a huge sucess with Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" as Christians paid movie admission costs for unchurched friends.
Not only is it a way to participate in outreach within a churchgoer's own comfort zone, but it also benefits the church or organization with increased attendance for all its events.
New summer events are now on sale.
July 15 - Summer Blast 2005 at Steven Paul in Blue Mountain, MS
July 16 - Festival Bajo El Sol 2005 at Los Angeles Coliseum, CA
Aug 6 - See the Glory at Fold of Christ Christian Center in Minneapolis, MN
August 19 - Veggie Tales Rockin' Tour Live! at ORU Mabee Center in Tulsa, OK
August 20 - HopeFEST 2005 at San Buenaventura State Beach Park in Ventura, CA
August 27 - Hear No Evil 2005 at ORU Mabee Center in Tulsa, OK
Christian organizations can sell evangelism tickets on-line for free at EvangelismTickets.com.
Founded in 2001, the company completed its research and development in the spring of 2004, and launched EvangelismTickets.com in July of 2004. Located in Houston, TX, it provides on-line technology for churches and faith-based organizations to sell and distribute Evangelism Tickets via the Internet, creating opportunities to impact the culture by exposing unchurched people to the Truth of the Gospel.
Sarah H. Lee