Communicating Jesus does present a challenge in a technological age but God does still use the spoken word…
Most Christians know that they should share their faith but find it hard, so an evangelist’s role is to build up the body of Christ…
Paul in the Bible seems to have had a plan for evangelism but was open to the Holy Spirit’s prompting…
Much evangelism can be like putting a cup of coffee in the fridge: the temperature goes up for a while but it soon settles…
From the Blog
As I write this, we are not yet at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic. There will be more challenging, painful times ahead, even when we are past the peak, for all of us. Many people are of course talking about longing to get back to normal life, including ‘church life’. Churches: let us not be re-active. Let us not be on the…Read More
I will be honest. When I was given the title and text of the second greatest commandment, I was thinking what more or what new can be said about it? It was for a service aimed for people on the edge of church admittedly but even so. I was of course wrong on 2 counts. Once I started to look again into what loving your neighbour…Read More
With the Coronavirus pandemic, some things we might learn from this are…in no particular order:
The value of human communication in person.
We don’t need human communication in person.
Church is not the building but the people
‘Normal’ church should have more interaction…Read More
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