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
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
Thank you for your interest, support and prayer for my Evangelism consultancy work in 2019. As always with an awareness of and focus on God, it has been a fascinating year. Personally, the biggest change has been a change of job with leaving management in full time education in the summer and starting marketing at…Read More
There’s no need to be afraid. It’s the time of the year when more people attend Church than any other. Is that as a result of more people who usually go to churches inviting those who don’t usually go to church? Might be; might not be; it’s not clear.
It is more likely that more people go to carol services as it is a ‘Christmassy’ thing to do…Read More
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