Discipleship Evangelism II – Barry Bennett (Correspondence-USB)


Barry Bennett

Be equipped to confidently communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost, to grow in your understanding of the kingdom, and to disciple new believers. Covers topics such as renewing the mind, authority, healing, marriage, finances, and prayer. Second of a three-part series.

Barry Bennett, Dean of Instructors – Charis Bible College Colorado

Barry has been serving the Lord since 1972 and is a graduate of Christ for the Nations Institute. He and his wife, Betty Kay, were missionaries in Mexico, Guatemala, and Chile before returning to Texas in 2001. While attending a large Spanish-speaking congregation in Carrollton, Texas, Barry became the director and principal teacher of Instituto Avance, a Bible institute for Spanish speakers. In 2007, he came to AWM and worked in the Encouragement Department. He is now the Dean of Instructors at Charis Bible College in Colorado. In 2016, Barry launched his ministry website, BarryBennet.org, where he regularly posts blogs, videos, and other helpful resources.

Courses Taught by Barry Bennett:

  • Introduction to the Bible
  • Discipleship Evangelism I
  • Discipleship Evangelism II
  • Discipleship Evangelism III
  • Ministry of Jesus I
  • Ministry of Jesus II
  • Possess the Land
  • Galatians
  • Healing

“All the topics were excellent in this course. I especially enjoyed the teachings on marriage and finances. Hearing Barry Bennett’s perspective challenged me and put some solid explanations on things that I’ve known are true but had trouble putting into words.”

“Barry Bennett’s lecture on forgiveness was one of the best I have heard. I learned that the primary characteristic of unforgiveness is a hardened heart. We have a very difficult time hearing from God when our heart is in such a condition.”

“I learned so much from this course! There are so many liberating truths and instructional aids given. I feel infinitely more prepared for sharing the Gospel with unbelievers and leading them to Christ.”