Sammy Tippit Ministries to release weekly videos culminating in a Christmas livestream event

By November 24, 2020
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International (MNN) — Sammy Tippit Ministries is set to launch material for the lead up to a Christmas livestream event after months of preparation.

The Christmas event near the end of December will be the culmination of a month of evangelism training videos. These videos begin at the end of this month.

“The training is short video clips. We’ll have a weekly, longer video that will give instruction and teaching, then we’ll have a short video clip [each day] to encourage them to implement what they heard for the full week,” Sammy Tippit says.

At the beginning of November, a few teams were finishing up the last of the content. While most of it was finalized earlier, adding two languages that the ministry hadn’t previously produced any content for, Albanian and Nepali, made the process a bit longer.

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Continued Growth

Tippit hopes that the team will be able to establish a broader read than they have with previous events where the two main platforms were Facebook and WhatsApp. The team is planning the event will also be available to stream through devices like Roku or Apple TV.

In addition to establishing a broader reach, Tippit says they hope to offer a more immediate follow-up after the event, both for people new to the faith and leaders.

“I’m beginning to create a whole year’s worth of videos for discipleship and follow-up. We’re looking at follow-up for the people who start WhatsApp groups for this also,” Tippit explains. “I’m going to offer a once a month zoom meeting for all of our small group leaders so we can help them help their people to grow.”

As this event begins soon, please pray that these videos will reach many and that those seeing the content will receive it with open hearts. You can learn more about Sammy Tippit Ministries and how to support their work here.



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