Category: Evangelism


Jesus,Holding,Male,Hand,To,Bless,And,Heal,Christian,,ReligiousThe remarkable life of Jesus was brought home to me when I read these words,
“The life of Jesus was so unique, unpredictable, illogical and inconsistent that it would have been impossible for someone to make it up. It had to be true.”

And yet Jesus’ calling to us is that we are to learn to live like Him. He said to His disciples, “As the Father sent me, so I am sending you.”  John 20:21  As I grew to understand this calling, the words of a Salvation Army song took on a deeper meaning for me :

“To be like Jesus, this hope possesses me,
In every thought

WORLDWIDE MISSION…..The opportunities that await the local church

One of the most underutilised areas of ministry in the life of local churches is their involvement in God’s worldwide mission field. Jesus’ commission to local churches was not just to go to their Jerusalem, but to their Judea and Samaria and the uttermost parts of the earth.
Satan’s lie is that you are too small and lack the resources to be involved in mighty acts of mission beyond the four walls of your church. Don’t believe it!

I discovered in our church that if we truly believed that the Father was at work in the world and we asked Him to show us where He wanted us to join …


These are the worst of times

In 1859 Charles Dickens wrote the novel A Tale of Two Cities where the plot centres on the years leading up to the French Revolution in the late 1700s and culminates in the creation of the first French Republic. Charles Dickens began his novel with these contrasting words;
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,
it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness,
it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredibility,
it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness,
it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.”

And down …

EVANGELISM – From An Optional Extra To An Important Priority


There is much to suggest that the church in the west is living in a post Christian generation.  Evangelism has fallen on hard times, and ironically it seems that seminars to help people learn how to share their faith are doing no better.  And yet our denominations, although aware of their continued decrease in numbers, seem largely unmotivated to address the real issue.

If ever there was a time to get back to basics, then surely it is now and I would like to suggest that the following 10 keys will give you a platform on which to build a fruitful church that will reach lost people. These 10 keys …