Time spent sharing struggles, swapping ideas, giving feedback and challenging and stretching each other in ministry is time well spent. Had a great coffee with Dan @ Dr Coffee down in Salamanca this afternoon and it was a very encouraging time.
Great quote from a Campus Crusade for Christ report on evangelism: We found in a world where savvy collegians filter most incoming information, our presentational approaches have become the unwanted “pop-up ads” on the computer screen of their lives. Linked to by a blog from a Hong Kong
Should Christian businesses only ever give ‘private’ contributions to Christian ministries and events? Would it be a bad move to tell potential donors that you would recognise them on the back page of the program or a sub-page of the website? On the one hand, it makes sure the giving
You do apologetics and evangelism courses at uni. You learn the gospel outline and your learn all the answers. But then you live life for a while. And you have to answer the questions of 5 year old kids. And you develop more of a sense of concern for others, a
I preached at the local Anglican school’s senior school chapel yesterday and on Tuesday. I have gotten to know their new chaplain, Matt Gray, who is kind of like Tim Keller for high school chaplaincy. It’s a different ball game preaching for 8-10 minutes. Annoying to have to
A great list from Seth Godin. Helpful in our approach to advertising, evangelism and social media?
Some wise words from Jean: perfectionism is arrogance. Who am I to think I can get things exactly right? Why do I imagine the world will fall apart if I don’t? If I miss something when I teach others, will those who listen fail to grow? Of course not!
Reason for God DVD course. A series of discussions between Keller and a bunch of sceptics around the topics of his book, Reason for God.Not a replacement for a proper evangelistic course. But still a great introductory resources to bring non-Christians into discussion about Christian stuff.I’d be