God, the world and us
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How the ancient prophet Micah still speaks to us today
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Tag Archives: Evangelism
What the new Church of England booklet Talking Jesus actually says is that a group of Christian leaders, meeting in March, shared a ‘collective longing for God to move in this nation’. For those who do not speak fluent Evangelicalese … Continue reading
A few years ago in a local wine bar I found myself in unfamiliar company, sitting at a table next to a medium and opposite a committed member of the British Humanist Association. I had not met either before, but … Continue reading
Last night I attended Justin Welby’s lecture on ‘Evangelism and Witness’ at Lambeth Palace. Most of the attenders seemed to be church officers with some kind of evangelism brief. Ed Thornton of the Church Times was there, and over the … Continue reading
True story, from a non-religious friend. The family received a Christmas party invitation from the new neighbours who have just moved in. The invitation was to drink mulled wine and sing Christmas carols. Sing Christmas carols? Not part of the … Continue reading