by John Bowen In 2016, a photograph circulated on the internet of a group of young people in the Rijksmuseum … Continue reading In other words: Can Evangelism be Redeemed?
Darcey Lazerte This month we conclude our series on evangelism and how we begin locally by looking at what is … Continue reading Evangelism: some invitational approaches (Part Three)
Darcey Lazerte From a parish ministry perspective, evangelism often gets broken down between the attractive and the invitational. The attractive … Continue reading Evangelism: an attractive and invitational approach (Part two)
Darcey Lazerte David Bosch shaped the missional conversation for a generation with his 1991 book Transforming Mission. In it, he … Continue reading Evangelism: beginning locally (Part one)
Cheryl Bergie We all have our own story of how we came to be Anglicans and I would encourage you … Continue reading I am Anglican!
Darcey Lazerte So far, we have looked at how our colonial past as a church has not prepared us for … Continue reading Evangelism – Part three: Evangelism, Some Approaches Going Forward
Darcey Lazerte The late Archdeacon Steve Hopkins spoke of Anglicans practicing “Vampire Evangelism”. It was tongue in cheek but insightful. … Continue reading Evangelism – Part two: The practice and pattern of evangelism for Anglicans today
One year ago, the Reverend Felix Smith was inducted as Rector of St. Michael and All Angels, Lancing, West Sussex, … Continue reading You’re invited
by Darcey Lazerte There has been a lot of talk, in recent years, of Anglicans being more missional. Some embrace … Continue reading Evangelism – Part one: A glimpse into its history from an Anglican perspective