Evangelism and Discipleship related articles

  1. 18/01/2021

    A Webinar about the renewed ‘Leading your Church into Growth’ - Monday 1st February 2021, 2-3pm and Tuesday 16th March, 2-3pm

  2. 12/01/2021

    “Mixed ecology” is now part of the Church of England’s official strategy. But what might this look like in practice? The 21st Century Christian: Following Jesus where life happens by Michael Moynagh and Michael Beck provides an answer.

  3. 23/02/2021

    The Church of England is joining Marie Curie, HOPE Together, Care for the Family, AtaLoss and many other charities and organisations on the 23rd March to take a minute to reflect and a moment to connect. 

  4. 18/06/2021

    The 3rd Global Congress on Sport and Christianity will be hosted by Ridley Hall Cambridge, UK between 18th and 21st August 2022.

  5. 08/07/2021

    7 Conversations from the Evangelical Alliance is a suite of interactive, integrated resources for leaders in local settings seeking to understand young adults and bring them into a rock-solid relationship with Jesus. 

  6. 09/11/2020

    Last week, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and other senior ecumenical leaders invited Christians and all people of goodwill to take part in prayer for the nation of England, as it goes into second lockdown, throughout the month of November.

  7. 18/05/2021

    As COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted, one of the few festivals to be going ahead in-person is also expanding to new horizons.

  8. 01/12/2020

    Church Publishing in America have created a free, online booklet of activities, worship, prayers, crafts, recipes and much more for families to use during Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.

  9. 12/10/2020

    All Souls / All Saints Day and Remembrance Sunday will be very different this year – but this is exactly what will make what the church offers memorable.

  10. 02/11/2020

    MTAG has an exciting new resource called Ancient Wisdom, Modern Mission: following Christ in the footsteps of the saints.

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