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Life was a beach mission for Rachel Cary this summer
ALTHOUGH I’D SIGNED UP FOR a week’s beach outreach this August, I was still slightly apprehensive about spending a week talking to complete strangers about Jesus with sand between my …
Christian Vision for Men meeting Salvation Army hall, Berwick, 11 July
Reaching men where they’re at with the Gospel was the theme when Christian Vision for Men (CVM) delivered a presentation to the Salvation Army.
Michael Bushby of CVM said: …
After we featured the story of a man whose mother groomed him from childhood as a medium (click here), he was flooded with emails. Now a pastor, Greg Hibbins didn’t mind taking up to two hours a day to help readers, but alarm bells rang about the lack of in-depth Bible teaching available to them. What follows is by Greg Hibbins.
Churchgoers gearing up to invite friends to church this June
Three million people in the UK are open to an invitation to church, according to research – but most Christians are too fearful to invite them, says Back to Church Sunday pioneer Michael Harvey.
MAKING THE MOST OF CHRISTMAS IS NOT GOING OVERBOARD ON YOUR CREDIT CARD AND GORGING ON TURKEY, BUT COMING TO A LIFE-CHANGING REALISATION OF THE TRUE REASON FOR THE SEASON.
That is part of the Gospel that will be preached from most pulpits this Christmas, but millions are missing out simply because they’re not being invited to carol services.
by Daniel Harrison
Review by Rev Philip Foster
It was CS Lewis who wrote that pain is God’s megaphone. In this book we are reminded that natural disasters are God’s air raid warnings for the nations.
This book should (I am tempted to write, must) be read by every committed Christian. It is a call to arms for evangelism, but evangelism that is God centred and Bible centred, not the milk and water ‘sharing’ of a far too sweetened Gospel tailored to meet modern sensibilities.
Miracles of healing and salvation were the order of the day when teams of Christians hit the streets of a West Midlands town
Legs grew and symptoms disappeared after prayer from members of various churches in Dudley, West Midlands.
The church members had come for evangelism training led by Ben Fitzgerald of Awakening Europe and hosted by Trevor and Sharon Baker of Revival Fires Church, Dudley.