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Coronavirus Advice Webinar: Evangelism off the streets 

 


Evangelism Off The Streets - Wednesday 17 June

How do we share our faith when we are so restricted in the contact we can have with others?  What will evangelism look like as we come out of lockdown when large gatherings or face-to-face encounters might still be discouraged? This webinar drew on the creativity of Chris Duffett, ex-BUGB President and now principal of The Light College and Collective, the vision of Yinka Oyekan, current BUGB President, and the wisdom of recent Light College graduate Faith Phiri. They discussed both practical ideas for evangelism in this season but also some of the timeless principles behind them.

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