It's hugely important that Christian show that the gospel of Christ has something to say to the big issues of our day.
This time on PEP Talk, Andy and Kristi chat with pastor and teacher Brian Brodersen about avoiding pressure, using your personal story, brief conversations and seeing yourself as a small step in others’ faith journey. Our Guest With a history of church planting in the USA, England, Eastern Europe and the former USSR, Brian Brodersen works …
Somebody once quipped that "good-person-ism" is the most common religious belief on the planet. But do all good people really go to heaven?
Many people are put off by “organised religion” – but how can we introduce people to Jesus when that’s the case? Andy and Kristi talk to Bruxy Cavey, pastor of a “church for people who don’t like church”. Our Guest Bruxy Cavey is the senior pastor at The Meeting House, a church for people who …
In this special Christmas episode of SHORT ANSWERS, Andy Bannister discovers the key to the perfect gift—and shows how the gift of Jesus that first Christmas meets every criteria. Happy Christmas from all of us at the Solas Centre for Public Christianity!
One of the things that make our partnership with churches a real joy is that we don’t just forge useful working arrangements; but also make great friends.
Do you have to be a master of improvisation to be an effective evangelist? Or is it better to master a 16-step gospel presentation written by an expert? This time on PEP Talk, we speak to former comedian and travelling evangelist Joel Turner about following the Spirit and looking to the Bible for new opportunities …
the BBC were looking for someone to speak on all the Sunday Morning BBC local radio shows across the UK. They particularly wanted to talk about Christianity and the environment, but the starting point was “The End of the World” and the family in Holland who had been living in a cellar for seven years, afraid that the end of the world was coming.
If God is real, why do so many people doubt his existence? In the latest episode of SHORT/ANSWERS, Andy Bannister explores doubt and scepticism, and asks whether it's as widespread as some people assume.
Working with Solas was great, working with Solas was very easy. One because Solas are absolutely committed to working in partnership with churches. Actually, it never felt as if it was a “Solas” conference! It was a conference that was primarily led by the local churches but getting all the benefit from the Solas ministry, infrastructure and so on. It felt like a genuine partnership. It was good.