Infantilism Evangelism

The following is an excerpt from Dr Robert Knowles' newly released book 'Relating Faith - Modelling Biblical Christianity in Church and World'. Much of what the Church does for evangelism isn't.  It thinks it is because it is locked in to a way of doing that ignores content and context.  In other words, relational wisdom... Continue Reading →

Fisher of Men

"When Jesus described [what it means to follow him], often his invitation to it sounded more like a warning than a sales pitch.  He spoke of 'counting the cost' of selling all and 'taking up the cross' to follow him" says Dr Paul Brand.Wes Brown's song "Fisher of Men" captures this and more quite exquisitely,... Continue Reading →

Stop Forcing Me To Do Evangelism!

Christians should be encouraged in their gifts and then their “evangelism” as it happens naturally in the lives, their circles of influence, etc, would become a joy and not a burden.  It would be natural, not forced.  I’m afraid the office of “evangelist” has got bad press down the years, and from what I’ve often seen, rightly... Continue Reading →

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