Season 2 Episode 4 | How to Share Jesus Without Being Weird
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As teenagers and young adults (or even older adults!) there's a lot of pressure to fit in and we can worry that sharing our Christian faith will make us look weird. But is evangelism weird, or can it be completely normal and authentic?
Join Hannah and Chris as we chat to Emma Taylor (Xplore) and Dan Randall (Amplify) about their weird traits, why sharing faith doesn't have to be weird, and how evangelism can actually be exciting, authentic and natural... and something you can do at any age!
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Read more stories of hope:
Sandra has been joining in with an online Bible Study during lockdown in Liverpool, run by Church Army Evangelist Cherith. It's incredible to hear how God is at work in people's lives despite being unable to meet with them in person due to the pandemic.
In Hackney, Andrena Palmer is running online workshops to help improve the self-esteem and mental health of young black women like Kira* and Gaynor*. (*names changed)
After her husband of 34 years left her and her children stopped coming to visit, Cara struggled with her mental health. She tried to deal with it on her own but found it was too much to cope with.
(*name changed) (Trigger warning: suicide)
Our world has changed. It is physically and mentally draining. We hear from our North Belfast Centre of Mission and the positive impact it's having on those struggling in the community. (Photo Credit: Diocese of Connor) (Trigger warning: suicide)