I think the same is true of evangelism. Fear doesn’t have to be paralysing
a historian who had seen the damage the church has done when it has tried to manipulate society to enact the vision of some strange kind of theocracy. Understandably he recoiled from it
It was great to see responses during the mission—some people giving their lives to Christ for the first time and about 40 people signed up for the Alpha Course
It was great to see the students really engaged, the lunch-bars full; and people coming to Christ – all the things we get really excited about.
The opportunities for evangelism are tremendous, and that's what I want to do.
Lots of people have figured out that atheism doesn’t really work but they are not convinced that religion really works either, and so are very, very open
The gospel at the golf club, evangelism training, talking to non-Christians about Jesus, preaching, a growing church. Andy Bannister reports on an action-packed weekend in Liverpool.
It was a huge privilege to share the message of the gospel of Jesus with so many students!
Toronto, Ottawa, University Missions, brand new Christians, nine hundred young Coptic Christians! Read about Andy Bannister's extraordinary week back in Canada.
By DAVID ROBERTSON Last month I had the privilege of speaking at this debate in St Andrews – I believe it was the first of this kind that the CU have organised. I loved it. The place was relatively full, the chairman was excellent and my opponent, Dr Manfredi La Manna, reader of Economics at University of St Andrews, was pleasant, affable and spoke well. However I found his arguments quite astonishing.