Stressed in the city

Friday, 26 November, 2010

Approximately one third of adults in Britain have never had any significant involvement with a Christian church in their lives, including as children. This 'non-churched' group is, on average, considerably younger than those who go to church.

Britain needs primary evangelism more than ever, but there can be no 'quick fix'. It requires an imaginative and long term, incarnational, engagement, meeting people where they are. In many cases 'where they are' is the workplace, and Christian congregations have not always had a good track record in connecting discipleship to the stresses and demands of work and career.

This is a learning point from:

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