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All articles & reviews tagged with evangelism

News

August 2020
News > Mission

Surge in online evangelism courses

The Covid-19 lockdown coupled with the Easter period led to a spike in the number of people interested in exploring the Christian faith. Christianity Explored Ministries (CEM), creators of the popular Christianity Explored course, saw a 30% increase in traffic to their evangelistic website (www.christianityexplored.org) since March. Visits to CEM’s specific webpage, If God…

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Article

January 2020
Articles > Comment

Free speech is our freedom to preach the gospel

Free speech is more than just a civil liberty. For us as evangelicals, it’s our freedom to tell people the good news of Jesus Christ. Therefore, we welcome the settlement between Cumbria Police and street preacher Dale Mcalpine. Yes, there are some cranky street preachers out there who make us all wince. But many…

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Review

January 2019
Reviews > Book

Scripture Reading to the end

Most of us will be familiar with the ministry of the Army Scripture Readers working under the auspices of SASRA (Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Scripture Readers Association). They have been faithfully witnessing for Christ for almost 200 years. Scripture Reading to the End is one of three books published in the 100th anniversary year of…

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Historical

May 2018
Articles > Historical

Billy Graham: 1918 – 2018 (part one 1918 – 1949)

Billy Graham’s death on 21 February brought to a close one of the most remarkable Christian lives of the 20th Century. In 1983, when US President Ronald Reagan presented the evangelist with the Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in America, he said, ‘His contribution to the wellbeing of the human race is…

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News

March 2018
News > Church news

Faithful ministry

Evangelical churches in the UK currently face the challenge of maintaining gospel proclamation, as well as defending scriptural principles and teaching against attacks from all sides. According to evangelical organisations and gospel partnerships, traditional, Bible-believing congregations across the UK are not just facing the ongoing challenge ‘to do the work of an evangelist’, but…

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Article

November 2013
Articles > World Mission

Who can track a tract?

Over a century ago, the founder of the Hawes Creamery (famous for Wensleydale Cheese) was a teenager when he noticed a piece of paper on the street in Hawes. Inquisitively, he picked it up, read it and was converted to Christ. The discarded tract had done its work. James Hudson Taylor, pioneer missionary to…

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Review

Reviews > DVD

Christianity Explored Course (DVD)

The title of this new Christianity Explored course is based on the question Jesus asked: ‘What good is it for a man to gain the whole world yet forfeit his soul?’ This evangelistic course has been designed for young people. There are two versions of the printed material – CY Nano is aimed at…

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