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New Book, Quench: Café Culture Evangelism

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A new book has been added to our shop section.  Written by David Robertson and edited by David J. Randall and Thomas. J. Courtney.

“The people of Europe are more open to the gospel now than in the last twenty-five to thirty years, but the church is less prepared than ever before to proclaim the gospel in today’s European culture.” David Robertson

Quench; Café Culture Evangelism desires to change that trend – not as a new concept, a new evangelism programme, or another gimmick guaranteed to rejuvenate evangelistic zeal.  It is an approach to people, urging the church to go outside her four walls and into the market place to share the gospel in a natural setting.

With Quench, there is no one size fits all approach. The principles for café culture evangelism are firm, but they need to be adapted for each culture. This book is designed to help people of various cultures think through the issues and nuances of their own situation, as they determine how best to utilize Quench: Café Culture Evangelism.

The Solas (Centre for Public Christianity) team’s great desire is that Quench: Café Culture Evangelism will be used in the twenty-first century European church to bring many into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. To God be the glory.  Dr. Thomas J. Courtney, Solas European Director

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