Zackery to share the gospel at Charleston Southern

  • Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Curtis Zackery will perform at Charleston Southern University’s Chapel on Wed., Oct. 9. The service begins at 11 a.m. at Lightsey Chapel Auditorium.

Zackery, also known as CZ, combines a passion for communication with a desire to see lives changed for Jesus Christ. With his energetic stage presence and charismatic persona, he spreads truth to audiences all across the world. CZ is committed to sharing the love of the Bible and hope in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, according to CSU.

“Evangelism has become a virtual four-letter word in some circles,” he wrote on his web blog. “Sharing one’s faith can be intimidating; and Christians through the ages have disagreed on what evangelism means. But at its most basic level, it’s... sharing the good news that the Son of God became human and died for the sins of humanity.”

He recently published a bible study, “Converge: Sharing the Gospel,” based on the Common English Bible. Each title in the series consists of four studies on a common topic or theme. Converge can be used by small groups, classes, or individuals. Primary Scripture passages are included for ease of study, as are questions designed to prompt personal reflection and group conversation.

Zackery graduated from Liberty University and continued his schooling at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, CA. He has worked as the program director at Kids Across America before taking on a pastoral role at a church in Franklin, Tenn.

Curtis and his wife Monique are currently serving a church plant in Richmond, California.

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