It’s so good to see the church out…

Last Sunday I spent time with baptist churches in the Buckingham area looking at 'Daring greatly' which is the theme that Jenny our Baptist Union President gave for this year.  20 or so Christians went out into High Wycomb to show and tell the good news through free hugs, fruit of the Spirit giveaways and … Continue reading It’s so good to see the church out…

3 insights about evangelism that I’ve learnt recently…

Doing what you do is far more effective than doing what someone else does. Doing what you see God doing and joining in makes it easier to do what you do. Doing evangelism interwoven with prayer makes it far easier and joy-filled than without.  These three insights are somewhat obvious, I know. But bear with … Continue reading 3 insights about evangelism that I’ve learnt recently…

Creating space for people to connect with God 

  People responded in different ways today... Some questioning what we were doing, others quietly helping themselves to a 'stone of hope' while others simply smiled at the free hugs and free bunches of flowers. In it all my hope was that we would be able to help people encounter and connect with God in … Continue reading Creating space for people to connect with God 

Bucket of flowers out the blue…

We love giving stuff away at The Light Project... Giving speaks of grace and love. A surprise, a unmerited gift, a conversation starter a prompt to remember the greatest gift of all that this world has been graced with. Last week we were giving out free hugs. A simple gesture to remind people that they … Continue reading Bucket of flowers out the blue…

Meeting the world on the streets of Glasgow

I've got an hour or so to reflect on being part of a mission in Glasgow on the run up to the Commonwealth Games. So here we go for a bit of a splurge, ramble, pictures and what-not! Hopefully somewhere along this post you may find something that blesses your socks off. It was a … Continue reading Meeting the world on the streets of Glasgow

‘Come and hear’ or ‘go and tell?’

Over the past month I have had the privilege of working with 3 Baptist Churches to help them connect with people in their communities. The people they had in mind are the vast majority who wouldn't consider attending their services or taking the initiative to engage with the Christian faith on their own accord. The … Continue reading ‘Come and hear’ or ‘go and tell?’