Archbishop's debate in nightclub:
"Barry Morgan accepted an invitation from Solace, the 'church in a bar,' to talk to young clubbers at Dempsey's in the city centre.
Sunday night's discussion, called 'Is Religion Bad?' was examining religion's role and effects in the world.
"Dr Morgan said:
'Some of the best debates and conversations young people have these days are at nightclubs.'
Solace is run by Wendy Sanderson, an evangelist from the Church Army and the Reverend James Karran,
a young priest at Ararat Baptist Church in Cardiff....
"Before the debate, Dr Morgan said:
'Solace offers a great alternative for those looking to combine a fun night out with
stimulating chat in a responsible atmosphere.
'My own clubbing days may be over but I'm looking forward to meeting those still on the scene and sharing some ideas.
And I'll try not to complain too much about the loud music.'"
evangelists challenge church to re-think the way it engages with
"The book Young People and Mission gives an honest appraisal of
how the Church relates to young people through worship and
mission. ... The book also seeks to help young Christians
understand other faiths and the implications of living as
Christian in a multi-faith society.... 'We believe that mission
is about seeing young people so touched by knowing God's love
that they want to see His Kingdom come in the world. That is why
injustice and poverty has a chapter alongside chapters on
equipping young people to share their faith."
"Christianity" - Part 1
evangelist in radio Mind Body Spirit Challenge:
"Hollinghurst... is also a member of the team running the
Christian 'Dekhomai' stand at the London Mind Body Spirit
Festival, from which the programme takes its name. He says,
'I've been using Bible stories on a special deck of cards
and the offer
of prayer amongst today's spiritual seekers for a while. They
both offer a powerful way for people who often would dismiss
Christianity to experience its relevance to their lives. The
opportunity to offer this on air as part of The Psychic Show is
a real chance for this to be experienced by hundreds of
thousands of listeners."
kind of Christian "experience" is this?