‘Jesus Is Always There’: Archbishop Of Canterbury Launches New Evangelistic Resource For Churches
by James Macintyre, Christian Today:
The Archbishop of Canterbury is to launch a new training session aimed at helping Christians to share their faith.
The video will be available for download and use in churches from March 20 and is part of Thy Kingdom Come – the global ‘wave of prayer’ between Ascension and Pentecost (May 25 to June 4, 2017).
In the new trailer, the Archbishop is featured in conversation with Liz Adekunle, the Archdeacon of Hackney, Rachel Gardner, youth worker and founder of the Romance Academy and Stephen Cottrell, the Bishop of Chelmsford.
The four discuss how, when and why Christians share their faith, and how to build confidence in evangelism.
In the video, Archbishop Welby says: ‘We witness to hundreds of things every day. Being a witness isn’t unusual, but it’s about growing as a witness to Jesus Christ… I want to tell people about Jesus because 43 years ago he found me and my life was changed. Through all the really bad and really good, he’s never changed. He’s always there. We exist to show the world that Jesus is the Son of God, that really matters.’