Sharing Jesus doesn’t have to be complicated…

be the light

This post includes more pictures from the simple idea I had of asking people to ‘stand on hope’- an idea I shared in my last blog.

The context of the idea is that once a month on a Sunday morning I work alongside a local Baptist Church to be among the majority of people who wouldn’t consider ‘going to church.’ I call this Saints on the Street, (St St) My hope is that more and more Churches up and down the UK would cancel some of their services in the year, or use their Services creatively to be and meet in public.

This months St St was so simple, but as you will see by the pictures there were a lot of interaction, conversation and questions asked as to why we were doing what we were doing.

I find that when people engage with the theme, and ask questions about…

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