Archive for the 'Evangelism' Category

Why, Lord?  Is this the end?
Explore with Belay this week as he takes on one of the toughest questions of all time.

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Come engage in the prayers of Jesus and how they develop our ideas for evangelism and what we should be aiming towards as we pray in the 21st century.

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When Jesus saw the crowds, he had compassion on them because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.  Matthew 9:36
When we take Jesus’ compassion seriously, we recognise a new perspective on evangelism – he sees this group of people as a beautiful and bountiful crop for God’s kingdom, ripened to perfection.

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We are involved not just in the physical world but also in a spiritual battle. When we take the Word of God and the message of salvation in Christ out into our community we would be foolish to think that the enemy would simply move out of the way and let the ‘Christian soldiers’ trample through his territory. The more serious we get about sharing Jesus’ love with others the more resistance we can expect to face.

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Find out this week from Paul's letter to the Romans what it means for evangelism to be re-formed in the 21st century and ideas about how to share the gospel of Christ in and around our own ‘Rome.’

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What does it mean to incorporate hospitality in evangelism?

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From birth, the blind man had not been able to see, and after an encounter with Jesus, what was previously only a dream had become reality. From this experience, the seeing man begins the long, arduous, beautiful journey of evangelism.   The story of the seeing man and the experience of our speaker this week, Kathy Pluck, as we see the evangelical scriptures from a different perspective.
1 Peter 3:15-18 John 9:13-25

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Evangelism and His - Story!  Acceptance and Belonging. Who you really are!

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How do we understand the things that God has given to us? What is God’s design for evangelism?

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We are farmers.  Sowing is what we do!
Guest preacher  Stephen Abraham.

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