Clearly, the Lord gives the responsibility to the church (and its members) to reach the lost through every scriptural means. This includes personal soul winning and tract evangelism, not just evangelism from the pulpit. It is the responsibility of every Christian to seek opportunities to witness for Christ.
Dr. Carragher is known as a great soul winner and has a strong desire to see God’s people equipped to do His work worldwide. He has trained personal soul winning for over 15 years.
His unique experience as an Army Recruiter/Instructor, developed his ability to communicate for the Lord and share those skills with laymen. His Army career culminated with membership in the US Army Recruiting and Retention Hall of Fame.
In light of the great Commission and its clear command for every believer, Dr. Carragher has developed a biblical program called Operation Salvation to help train Christians to share their faith. The theme of this program is “…and ye shall be witnesses unto me…”, which is taken directly from the Acts account of the Great Commission.
Operation Salvation is built upon the memorization of the four Spiritual Laws of Salvation with corresponding scripture. It emphasizes the need for a true understanding of scripture and the commitment of one’s heart through repentance for salvation.
As well as first class literature and packets being available, Dr. Carragher is available to hold training sessions to help prepare Christian workers through the Operation Salvation program. These sessions would include practical training, hands on visitation as well as increased familiarity with what the word of God says about how to be saved. As in every part of his ministry, Dr. Carragher’s desire is to see the Lord lifted up and his people equipped to do His work.
Often, Operation Salvation is combined with a mission’s weekend with classes taught on Friday Evening for two hours and Saturday morning for two hours and organized visitation after lunch on Saturday. Prayerfully, new Christians will attend the Sunday meetings.
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