A couple of quick plugs – Unbelievable: the Conference and 24-7 Prayer’s new video

Here are a couple of things I’d like to draw your attention to.

The first is Unbelievable: The Conference taking place in London on Saturday the 26th of May.  It’s hosted by Premier Christian Radio.  Here’s the blurb:

We live in a sceptical world. Atheism has taken on an evangelistic tone in the UK. Secularists claim to have a monopoly on reason. So how should the Church respond?

Premier Christian Radio presents an apologetics day conference aimed at equipping everyday Christians with reasons for the truth of their faith. The conference will also focus on how to share these truths in a fruitful and engaging way.

This year’s Conference partner is Reasons To Believe – a Christian apologetics teaching and research organisation with the mission to spread the Christian Gospel by demonstrating that sound reason and scientific research consistently uphold, rather than erode, confidence in the truth of the Bible.

It’s so important for all Christians to understand our faith and be able to present it in a coherent way as well as not being afraid to engage with those who seek to question or challenge it.  Unbelievable has a great line up of speakers covering a wide range of topics.  At £20 for the day, it’s also excellent value for money.  At the website you can book tickets and get more information including the full programme and list of speakers.

Secondly, I’d like you to have a look at 24:7 Prayer’s beautiful new video.  It does advertise what 24:7 Prayer is all about, but it also explains what prayer is in a simple but powerful way.  Prayer is the foundation of our everyday realtionship with God.  I don’t know about you, but if I go for too long without talking to God I begin to feel empty.  Also if we want to see lives changed, whether it be our own, our friends and families or those in our society then we have to take prayer seriously.  Whatever we do in God’s name, prayer is the key to making it truly effective.

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1 reply

  1. Thanks for the shout out!

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