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5 Ways to Reach Older People with the Good News of Jesus

Pippa Cramer | 28 Oct 2023

Hymns We Love is a gentle, 5-session evangelistic course that uses hymns to reach older people with the gospel. It can be run by a church leader or a lay person who has a heart for older people. Here are five suggested ways to run the programme in your church or community.... continue reading

A Simple Plan For Celebrating Christmas 2023 as a Church

Bethany McIlrath | 10 Oct 2023

We realise that Christmas can be an extremely busy time of year for church leadership and staff. To try to make things simpler for you, we've put together a plan that might help you coordinate your church's celebration of Christmas.... continue reading

New for Your Church This Christmas

Bethany Davies | 3 Oct 2023

Wherever you are, however your church does Christmas, we’ve got a whole host of resources to help your ministry this year. And if you're organised and order your resources before Nov 1, we’ll give you a free gift!... continue reading

Hymns We Love: Introducing Our New Evangelistic Resource for Seniors

Pippa Cramer | 29 Jun 2023

Hymns We Love is an evangelistic series designed to introduce seniors to the good news of the gospel. Hear from the course presenter, Pippa Cramer, to find out how you can use it to care for this sadly often-neglected generation.... continue reading

Preview Our New Seniors Ministry Resource

Michael Page | 27 Jun 2023

Older adults are the fastest-growing age demographic across the Western world, and yet there are few materials to support churches who want to help this older generation hear about God’s love. Hymns We Love aims to fill that gap. It is a gentle evangelistic series which uses well-loved hymns to share the good news of Jesus and key truths about God’s character in an accessible way.... continue reading

How to Make Visitors Feel Welcome at Your Church (Without Joining the Greeter Team)

Jen Oshman | 4 Apr 2023

Theologian and author Rebecca McLaughlin says, “An alone person in our gatherings is an emergency.” She and her husband have made a rule for themselves that anytime they see someone alone at their worship services, they must stop what they’re doing and go chat with or sit next to that person. ... continue reading

From Rabbits to Resurrection: Tips for Sharing Christ at Easter

Tim Thornborough | 23 Feb 2023

Having Easter as part of the cultural landscape can be seen as both a blessing and a curse. It’s a blessing that we have public recognition that it is Good Friday and Easter Sunday—the most significant moments in the Christian calendar. (Christmas comes a close third.) ... continue reading

Is Jesus’ Resurrection Credible?

Rebecca McLaughlin | 21 Feb 2023

The extraordinary spread of Christianity, both numerically and geographically, doesn’t prove that Jesus really rose again. But how a man born into a subjugated ethnic group in an obscure Roman province—who lived poor, died young, who never wrote a book, raised an army, or sat on a throne—has come to be the most impactful human in all human history does require some kind of explanation.... continue reading

5 Ideas to Intentionally Share the Gospel This Christmas

Bethany McIlrath | 6 Oct 2022

Christmas is a wonderful opportunity to share Christ with those around us. In the midst of festive parties, gatherings with loved ones, and a multitude of seasonal events, how can we share the gospel clearly at Christmas time? Here are a few practical ideas. ... continue reading

No-one Needs a Leap of Faith, We All Need a Place to Stand

Glen Scrivener | 6 Jun 2022

“Faith is believing things you know ain’t so.” Mark Twain’s definition rings true for many today. It’s common to think of faith as pretending to certainties you couldn’t possibly be sure of. So then, how does anyone manage to have faith? Well, the folk wisdom is that you need to take a leap.... continue reading

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