Carolyn Kinsman, 24/05/2017
Hannah has a problem with Valentine's Day. It's not because it's celebrating love, but because it too narrowly celebrates love. She wants us to rethink what love, and especially love in action looks like.
Hannah Ling
How we manage our differences on the Brexit debate will determine how we build a better, fairer society. As Christians this gives us an opportunity to put our faith in to action...
Ian Maher
Forgiveness is a must, but how do we go about reconciling? Paul Ward shares his three steps on what to do when you feel someone has wronged you.
Paul Ward
Matt Hogg believes that it's essential for the church and Christians to share our faith on social media. He draws from his wealth of experience to give us his top five tips on how to be a bold witness on social media.
Matt Hogg
Christmas is wrapped up with so much expectation and pressure to be 'perfect'. But instead we often feel let down or deflated. Chris talks us through how we can still have joy at Christmas despite disappointment.
Chris Hardy
Christmas is so full of potential opportunities to tell others about Jesus! Hannah shares what a few Church Army Evangelists are doing this Christmas to inspire you to get involved too.
Hannah Ling
Beth shares how she set up a Christian Union in her school, the importance of prayer and other ways she tells other people about Jesus at school. Be inspired by Beth and her invite for you to join her sharing Jesus at school.
Everyone is talking about Kanye West's new album called Jesus Is King. Will poses the question about whether, despite the controversy, Kanye could be an evangelist.
Will Lee
Annie helps us understand who an 'evangelist' is by looking how some of us are given the gift of evangelism, but everyone is called to share their faith and the Good News of Jesus.
Annie O'Connor
University can be a fantastic opportunity to share your faith. But it can be challenging - university and Christian culture stand in stark contrast. Eleanor shares the evangelism tips she's picked up whilst studying at the University of Sheffield.
Eleanor Wolz
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Carolyn Kinsman, 24/05/2017