The objective of the NAD Evangelism Institute is to provide Master of Divinity students with a positive learning experience that will be an encouragement for them to engage in evangelistic ministry, and be a model of evangelism for their ministry. Using a variety of evangelistic methods, the Institute partners with conferences and churches to involve students in outreach to communities throughout the North American Division.
Field schools usually involve students in four weeks of evangelistic experience. This may include preparation, involvement in meetings, and follow-up work. Each year there are opportunities to participate in various types of evangelism including single church meetings, city-wide events, campus ministry, urban ministry, church planting series, and evangelism tailored for specific people-groups. MDiv students who have been a pastor before entering the Seminary and/or have experience with evangelism can take part in a field school that focuses on an area that will provide them with new skills.
Conference leaders and evangelists are encouraged to consider mentoring MDiv students by holding a Field School of Evangelism. Contact us to receive further information.
"Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit."
Each year there are field school opportunities to participate in various types of evangelism including single church meetings, city-wide events, campus ministry, urban ministry, church planting series, and evangelism tailored for specific people-groups. Students with previous evangelistic experience can benefit from field schools that focus on specific areas providing new and different skills.
Field schools usually involve students in four weeks of evangelistic experience. This may include preparation, involvement in meetings, and follow-up work.
A field school is so much more than participating in evangelism under the direction of an evangelist. Making friendships, watching the Holy Spirit move, visiting and studying with people who urgently want to know the Bible, sharing baptismal events – all these encounters, and more, will make up your field school experience.
Some field schools provide the opportunity for your spouse and family to attend. Be sure to plan your schedule with this possibility in mind.
Transportation to and from field schools:
Sponsored students—Travel allowance paid by sponsoring conference
Unsponsored students—Travel allowance paid by NAD Evangelism Institute
Lodging during field schools:
Suitable housing will be provided either in the homes of members or as arranged by the local church or conference.
Meals during field schools:
Meals while attending the field school will be provided by the local church or through per diem amounts given to purchase food.
Transportation during field schools:
Mileage will be paid by the local church or through the evangelism budget.
Riverside Chapel Field School
The Riverside Chapel is excited to hold a 10-night evangelistic series that will be held this fall in the city of Nashville, TN.
Series Title: The Gospel of Reconciliation
Series Dates: September 17 - October 1, 2022
Field School Dates: September 3 - October 1, 2022
Evangelists: Dr. William Lee and John Boston, NAD Evangelism Institute Associate Director
Coordinator: Dr. Gordon Jones, church pastor
Location: Riverside Chapel, Nashville, TN
Shiloh Field School
Be a part of an urban evangelism experience in Chicago, Illinois. Join John T. Boston, II for an immersive, innovative evangelistic series that will include cutting edge tools for reaching more disciples for Jesus. This is a hybrid field school where you will be able to participate in-person and online for convenience and dynamic impact. Dates will be September 5 – November 12, 2022 which includes some Sabbaths spent in Chicago and some online ministry.
Field School Dates: September 5 - November 12, 2022
Evangelist/Coordinator: John T. Boston, II
Location: Shiloh SDA Church, Chicago, IL