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Evangelism Consultancy aims to help God’s Church communicate Jesus
to people who don’t believe in Him by:

Speaking

Audio Speaker

Communicating Jesus does present a challenge in a technological age but God does still use the spoken word…

Strengthening

Weights

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…

Strategising

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Paul in the Bible seems to have had a plan for evangelism but was open to the Holy Spirit’s prompting…

Supporting

Coffee

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

Stronger together

Are you a team player or an independent worker? I have heard arguments for both. Independently, it is just about you, you don’t have to worry about relying on anyone else. With a team it is not just about you, you an rely on everyone else.
Which are you? Which are you when it comes to evangelism?…Read More

It’s Christmas!!!!

I saw a Nativity figure set for sale in a Garden Centre.  It was marked “No Jesus” and reduced to £7.99.  It made me sort of laugh and sort of cry. Have a think who you know who is celebrating Christmas this year who does not know the One who is to be celebrated for who He is and what He has done for everyone by coming to earth…Read More

Spot the difference?

Please have a read of the book of Acts chapter 1 verses 12 – 26. Then have a read of the book of Acts chapter 2 verses 42 – 47.
Spot the difference? One is focused on fellowship, praying, the bible and Church leadership. One has all that plus a focus on everyone, anyone, all the people and people being saved. Spot the difference? One is in a room.,,
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Testimonials

nigelbolitho.org
"Nigel came to speak at a Faith Matters Days conference. Although highly recommended, he was rather an "unknown quantity". However, Nigel quickly put everyone at ease, and was very attentive to questions and comments from those attending; he gave us so much encouragements, facts, strategies and humour that we consider this a step-change for the UEC in its outreach ministries."

* Tearfund survey 2007