There’s another Christian phrase that’s going around a lot at the moment, ‘LEGO’, meaning to lay down ones ‘logo’ and ‘ego’. I have the joy of leading two Advance Group’s, which not only impacts me greatly personally, but also encourages and demonstrates the power of laying aside our ‘LEGO’ for God’s Kingdom.Read more
I had the privilege of being born into a Christian family that regularly attended a church. You could say that, since my childhood, Christian influences were always there, whether it was listening to worship songs whilst I slept on my mother’s lap in the pews, or when I was representing a little lamb in the […]Read more
Real life change often begins when someone hears the message of the gospel and repents of sin, surrendering to the rule of Christ in their lives. But in order for this life change to take route and flourish, people often need a whole lot more – they need a transformative community.Read more
One thing I wish I’d have known before I started sharing my faith is that people can be really weird and that you never know what they will do next!Read more
Grace is an Advance Group leader in Zambia with a passion to tell people about the love of Jesus. One place she and her group particularly love to go and share the good news is in the local hospital. Here are just a few stories of what has recently happened.Read more
This was a hard list to put together as there are many great books I could choose, but what follows are 10 great books specifically on evangelism.Read more
Written by Terry Young
Teesside is a collective mix of various people. Just 4 weeks before UK lockdown we launched our first Advance Groups in the area, and as things moved online we soon saw fruit from those inspired and encouraged by Advance to speak the gospel in all seasons.
Written by Daniel Eduardo.
As the son of Christian Missionaries in Portugal, I had always been exposed Jesus and the Christian faith, however it wasn’t until later that I realised what I was following was not actually my own, and that got me thinking for myself on who Jesus was and is.
Written by Luiz F. Cardoso.
When I first found the Lord I asked a friend what an evangelist was. On hearing his explanation I decided I wasn’t an evangelist because he made it sound too far outside my comfort zone and beyond my skill. It took many years to overcome that wrong understanding.
Written by Sammy Jabangwe
One thing I wish I knew before I started sharing my faith with those around me was: It’s not about numbers it’s about people.