Leading in Evangelism

An online, "in your own time" learning resource supporting leaders to create and sustain a faith-sharing culture

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Digitally delivered

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Interactive learning

A free resource for churches who hope to see...

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 People come to faith.
  Their congregation living and sharing their faith in their everyday lives.
 Evangelism becoming a part of their culture.

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Leading in Evangelism will help you and your church to...

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 Increase confidence in planning for and enabling evangelism.
  Identify and train a team with whom to share the responsibility.
 Develop a plan that works in your context.


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About this resource:

Still have questions? Click 'find out more' to explore, how this works, theological foundations and how to get started.

Leading in Evangelism is organised into four themes:

For more information on the sessions available visit the Resource Overview or if you want to explore more about how the resource works click "Find out more"

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Exploring Opportunities

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 Reflecting on context and culture.
  You, your church, and evangelism.
 Identifying and overcoming barriers.

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Engaging Others

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 Enabling everyone to play their part.
  Identifying unique and specific responsibilities.
 Leading others in evangelism.

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Creating a plan

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 Shaping a culture that embeds evangelism.
  Planning for the people in your community.
 Identifying practical changes.

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Sustaining over time

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 Keeping culture and plans alive.
  Change and ongoing renewal.
 Measuring, continuing, ending and starting again. 

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What we're trying to provide with Leading in Evangelism, is a way of enabling any congregation, however small, however early on, to get involved in witness and evangelism

Archbishop Justin Welby

Our Partners

Leading in Evangelism is a partnership between several organisations. Often we repeat and duplicate efforts but we made a decision early on that we would pool our wisdom, insight and experience.

We also recognise that the ongoing support and relationships will be with the networks below who also offer a range of training and resources that will complement the content of this resource: