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‘Sharing Christ in a Politically Correct Environment’

Tiffany Johnson speaks at Calvary Baptist, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.

WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis.—Calvary Baptist Church hosted a Church and Culture Conference on “Sharing Christ in a Politically Correct Environment.” The conference was an annual event of the Wisconsin Association of Regular Baptist Churches.

Although Calvary Baptist hosted the conference, the church organized the viewing of a livestream in other locations throughout the state so as many people as possible could attend, whether in person or virtually.

Attendees heard from three speakers: Jeremy Scott, pastor of Memorial Baptist Church, Verona, Wisconsin; Ryan Zwicke, a business professional who volunteers with Baptist Church Planters to provide discipleship training; and Tiffany Johnson, a 2017 shark attack survivor who now encourages Christians to tell others about Christ. The goal of the conference was to help people think through how they could share Christ with others in places or situations where gospel conversations are not welcome.