How do you tell people about Jesus when they don’t speak your language?

In predominantly indigenous white British contexts, it is rare to meet people with whom you can’t easily communicate on any level. Yes, there may be

Just say something

My family and I were recently out and about in a town. I know, radical stuff this! By some happenstance, there were a group of

Don’t make what is already hard harder than it has to be

Evangelism is hard. Let’s not soft peddle it – I find it hard, everyone else I know who does it finds it hard and the

In defence of cold-contact evangelism

I was listening to the podcast at the Blazing Centre┬áblog which included a snippet asking the question ‘is cold-contact evangelism a good idea?’ (the segment

Willful misapplication of the law: a case in point

Three days ago, I commented on the Home Secretary’s troubling new proposal to introduce Extremism Disruption Orders. You can see my comments here. My central

Extremist Disruption Orders and ill-judged legislation

Forcing through ill-judged legislation to solve a particular mischief seems to be an unfortunate recurring theme for governments of all stripes. We have already endured

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