Drawing on recent films, books and a radio play, Linda Allcock highlights a growing openness to talk about death in our culture – and how it gives us fresh motivation and opportunities for sharing the gospel.
It’s been a couple of years since we introduced churches to Mark Troughton – son of the second Doctor Who played by Patrick Troughton. We asked Mark to explain how he’s been using his family connections to help churches with evangelistic events.
For many years now, Grace Community Church in Bedford have used Remembrance Sunday as an evangelistic opportunity. As churches plan their autumn activities, Ray Evans thinks more could do something different on Remembrance Sunday – especially this year.
Last month, Tim Keller was the guest speaker at the National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast, to which MPs and church leaders were invited. Watch the talk for yourself and read some reflections from John Stevens.
John Stevens introduces us to this year’s Evangelism Conferences in London and Manchester by reflecting on the importance of story-telling in our modern culture. He’ll speak alongside join Glynn Harrison as delegates consider the better story of the gospel.
The main theme of our Leaders’ Conference in 2016 was evangelism and for pastor Mark Troughton it inspired a pretty unique idea. He’s willing to offer himself to evangelistic events with a Doctor Who theme because he has a very personal link to the sci-fi series. Phil Topham has been finding out more.
For more than 12 months now, Becky and Sarah have been reaching out with the gospel to women in prostitution. We asked Becky – who’s a member of an FIEC church – to introduce us to the ministry of Saffires.