Category: Sharing Faith

“Exhilarating and Exhausting”: Andy Bannister on Six Days of Mission in Plymouth

I’ve just got back from doing a mission in Plymouth, and it was an amazing week. I spoke 21 times in 6 days and although it was exhausting, it was incredibly exciting! We were mostly involved in outreach and had the privilege of speaking in schools, in universities, and evangelistic settings, and also on BBC …

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Joined Up Mission

Apologetics, evangelism and mission – at their best when entwined GUEST BLOGGER | Krish Kandiah For those who believe in the power of preaching, or who love the life of the mind, it is common to believe that evangelism consists of first and foremost, a clear verbal or written presentation of the gospel. While I …

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Speak Up – The Law and Your Gospel Freedoms

Speak Up is a new resource from the Evangelical Alliance and the Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship to equip and inspire Christians with confidence and knowledge of the current legal freedoms we have to share our faith. http://eauk.org/current-affairs/politics/speak-up.cfm “We have needed something like Speak Up for a long time. It is balanced, informative, clear, well-written, wise, biblical and …

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What to say when someone says, “Science has disproved God!”

By David Robertson Published in Christian Today – 29 January 2016 “Show me the evidence.” Last week we looked at why this apparently reasonable request is difficult to answer because of pride (“I am capable of judging the evidence”) and prejudice (“there can be no evidence”). You can read the original article here. The reaction was interesting, …

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Reclaiming Reason – book

Reclaiming Reason by Richard Gamble carries the very appropriate subtitle Believers Think – Thinkers Believe.  It is a concise and useful book that tackles five arguments for the existence of God along with five very common objections.  Richard hails from Glasgow and has links with Solas CPC through the Solas Connect training course.  He also …

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Outreach with a frothy moustache?

This review originally printed in the Evangelicals Now newspaper – September 2013 (see http://www.e-n.org.uk/) QUENCH Café culture evangelism By David Robertson SOLAS – Centre for Public Christianity 73 pages. This little book comes from SOLAS, the Centre for Public Christianity in Dundee (www.solas-cpc.org). The aim of its author, David Robertson, who is the director of the …

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