Do you want to invest in the next generation? We are offering evangelism and outreach training to ministry leaders in your area. In this 4-week training we offer biblical, practical, and beneficial teaching on how to share the gospel with others. We believe the church’s assignment is to be witnesses of Christ to a dying world and our goal is to equip believers with the knowledge, confidence and biblical understanding of what evangelism is and how to be faithful to proclaim the gospel in our world today.

If your church, ministry, or group is interested in receiving this training please fill out the form below to set up a training with our team. God bless you and we look forward to connecting with you!

Aasha Francis is a wife, artist and most importantly minister of the gospel. Upon her conversion and baptism in the Christian faith she became a disciple and student of the bible. As a member of New Life Community Church in Bridgeport under the leadership of Pastor Luke Dudenhofer, Aasha is a part of a local small group community in Englewood and board member of Urban Youth and Family Outreach, a non-profit organization that seeks to bring restoration through proclamation. Aasha formed a collective with fellow believers to bring evangelism and discipleship training to churches in Chicago and beyond. As a native of the Englewood neighborhood and aware of the transforming power of Jesus Christ, Aasha seeks to see her community impacted by the great commission of Matthew 28:19-20:  “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them inthe name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”


DeAndre Short is a minister of the Gospel of God. As a native of the Chicago land area, DeAndre has dedicated his life to be a light to the community that shaped his life. DeAndre holds a Bachelor’s degree in Christian Education from Chicago Baptist Institute; he has also study at Moody Bible Seminary and Northern Baptist Seminary. DeAndre feels that preaching the Gospel is something he is compelled to do; he lives by the quote “Woe to me if I don’t preach the Gospel.”