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Reaching the Unreachable

Written by Kuba Marciniak.
For many years I’ve been told that Poland, my beloved country, is tough ground for the gospel. The cultural and religious context of our nation is incredibly complex. However, the longer I served in Christian ministry, the more I came to see that there is no tough ground that the gospel can’t break through, and Advance has played a key role in that.

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How I Came To Faith – Henry’s Story

Written by Henry Taylor.
Throughout everything that I have experienced during the journey of my life, I’ve never been able to deny God’s existence and that he is the way, the truth and the life. And sometimes, that’s really annoyed me! From a young age I knew Jesus, but never really understood what his love meant for me personally. It wasn’t until one memorable youth camp that things suddenly clicked.

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Four Qualities That Would Qualify Every Evangelist!

We are living in unprecedented times surrounded by so much uncertainty and hopelessness. It is into this context that I believe there is an urgent need to speak the gospel, and that now is the time for us to seize the opportunity to reach the lost and share with them the life transforming message of the gospel. To accomplish this, there are four key qualities that every evangelist needs – we can see them displayed in chapter five of Luke’s gospel, as Jesus calls his early disciples.

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One Thing: Keep The Focus

If there was one thing I wish I’d known before I started to share my faith it would be ‘remember to keep the focus’; keep the focus on sharing the good news that brings hope and life to people who are searching, every day, for something to fill a void that they feel in their lives.

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Youth Ministry In Cape Town

Written by Enrico Van Der poll
Encrico is an Advance group leader in Cape Town, South Africa.
Since joining his local Advance group, Enrico has seen his faith in Jesus go from strength to strength. As he’s grown in boldness, he’s started sharing the Advance material with young people in his youth group who are now being encouraged, equipped and empowered in their evangelism as well.

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The Evangelism Axe – Advance in South East Asia

Written by Keegan Brady.
I haven’t been in this part of the world for a very long time. My wife and I moved to Thailand in 2019, and since then we have been involved in ministry to both internationals living here, as well as to local Thai people. Since moving here, one thing has drastically stood out to me: things aren’t as black and white as they seem to be, especially with regards to evangelism.

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How I Came To Faith – Jacob’s Story

Written by Jacob Costello.
I grew up in a Christian family but never really understood who Jesus was or the significance of church. When family life became tough, I turned my back on both my dad and on God and began to seek affirmation and fulfilment from the world. It wasn’t until I knew deeply about God’s love for me, and my true value, that things really began to change.

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How To Change A Nation!

How are we to see lasting change in a nation? Is it micro church or mega church? Is it mass evangelism or one-on-one? The reality is, it’s ok to spend money on large-scale mission, however we’re not going to see lasting fruit, unless we step it up in prayer, fasting and proclamation.

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One Thing: It’s About Overflow

Written by Dave Plowman
One thing I wish I knew before starting to share my faith is it’s about the overflow. The best evangelism I’ve witnessed in the last 20 years of ministry are from the people who simply share the good news out of an overflow of love, adoration and worship of God.

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Jesus Using Advance In Germany

Written by Kilian Spieß
I have already done a few exciting things in my young life: moving to a different country and back to Germany, getting proper theological training and working in full-time ministry or seeing Jesus transforming myself and people who decide to put their trust in him. The most exciting thing I ever had the opportunity to be part of however, has been my time with Advance in Germany

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