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Witness bearing, Evangelistic work

Knox, D. Broughton

Holy Spirit, Evangelistic work

O'Brien, Peter T.

Christian leaders targeted in East Timor by Stephen Liggins

Liggins, Stephen

Special Synod on merger - on the merger of Anglicare and Anglican Retirement Villages

Adamson, Judy

God is doing miracles at Westpac as Christians step out in faith at work by Geoff Robson

Robson, Geoff

Christian bikers bring gospel to youth by Madeleine Collins - on outreach program 'Street Level'

Collins, Madeleine

Both NSW libs and Labor remain addicted to gambling by Amy Butler

Butler, Amy

The fear of dying by Peter Jensen

Jensen, Peter , Abp , 1943-

The Christian faith series

Knox, D. B. (David Broughton), 1916-1994.

Chapman expounds on Paul's warning not to return to idolary. He then explores the importance of showing love for people in the way we do evangelism, allowing us to be flexible, as seen in not eating food offered to idols. Always ask what will it do for the spread of the gospel?

Chapman, John, 1930-2012.

Chapman explores the features of an evangelistic sermon. He teaches his listeners how to lead a conversion prayer. Chapman examines whether repentance needs to be public, and what constitutes public. He then explores if there is reason to have public repentance if it is not necessary for salvation. Chapman critiques walk-to-the-front responses and explores the appropriate ways for different age groups to repond. He explores the different techniques that people use for follow up.

Chapman, John, 1930-2012.

Chapman explores how to design feedback forms, and not to read into the number of responses. He stresses that he presents the gospel first, and leaves apologetics for afterwards. He demonstrates how to start a conversation afterwards, by asking a specific question on a particular part of the talk. Chapman demonstrates the centrality of the resurrection in establishing Jesus as Messiah. He shares stories of sharing the gospel with different peoples and when sharing faith is challenging. Chapman reminds his listeners of the importance of prayer, both in preparation and when preaching.

Chapman, John, 1930-2012.

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