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The WIN WIN Evangelism Podcast
30 minutes | 10 hours ago
Creating Change for Women in Prison
In this episode, Tina Waldrom speaks with Amelia Pickering, who supports women in and beyond prison to create change. Amelia is the CEO of Prison Network. Born in South Africa, residing in Australia, Amelia has been involved in various forms of ministry for many decades. Her experience and love for those less fortunate, is seen clearly through Prison Network. Prison Network provides holistic support to empower and inspire change and restoration in the lives of women and their families who are, or who have been in Victoria’s prisons. Through a 70-year history, they have supported thousands of women and their families. Living out the gospel in this space is both highly challenging and rewarding. Amelia talks openly about some of the stories and the challenges of demonstrating the gospel of Christ to women prisoners. Jesus was passionate about this ministry and is still working in the lives of people in prison today. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How the gospel is bringing hope to female prisoners. The surprising reasons why women end up in prison. What is involved in taking hope to the prison environment? Stories of people finding Christ on the ‘inside’. The journey out of prison and the gospel message. What biblical restoration looks like for women in prison? A behind the scenes look at prison work. Ideas and ways to pray for women in prison. The biggest need that prisoners currently face. And so much more… To hear more podcast episodes from Evangelism In Australia click HERE. To see all upcoming events from Evangelism in Australia, click HERE. For online courses and further training, click HERE.
31 minutes | 8 days ago
How To Reach Aussies For Jesus Now
In this episode, Tina Waldrom speaks with Drew Gormlie from Reach Nation. Drew has been faithfully reaching out to Aussies for a few decades. The lessons he has learnt about the journey Aussies take, are invaluable. Over the years, Drew has seen the Australian culture change in many ways. His rich experience helps him understand how to reach Aussies for Jesus now. Drew sees the journey, that people take to discovering Christ as the key. That journey looks remarkably different to what it did decades ago. He shares many insightful tips from the real-life stories of those he has discipled. Drew is a ‘true-blue’ Aussie in every sense. His laid back, she’ll be right mate attitude, is helping him and others that he trains, to share Christ effectively. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How the journey looks for Aussies coming to faith in 2021. The different starting points that need to be considered when reaching out. What environments are needed for people to explore faith. Stories of people finding Christ who had no ‘Christian’ background. What to avoid when it comes to evangelism in 2021. The understandings needed to see people come to faith. Ideas to engage with and reach people for Christ in Australia. Training opportunities to reach people for Christ. And so much more… Here are some other valuable links where Drew is involved sharing the hope found only in Christ. Reach Nation - Reach Nation exists to help you to become the church your community needs, to help you as an individual be the light; the salt; the influence, that they desperately need us to be. L’Arte Central - a Social Enterprise Café, Florist & Art Space Suicide Safe Communities - With several decades experience working in the suicide prevention sector, we focus on improving the mental wellbeing and safety of Australia and the world. Life!Central - Life! Central Services (incorporated in 2004) is a “preventative” agency that operates in Casey (Victoria) and beyond providing programs and support to youth, families and schools. To hear more podcast episodes from Evangelism In Australia click HERE. To see all upcoming events from Evangelism in Australia, click HERE. For online courses and further training, click HERE.
29 minutes | 15 days ago
Spiritual Advisor to the Gold Coast Major
Tina Waldrom speaks with Sue Baynes who is the spiritual advisor to the Gold Coast Major in Queensland, Australia. Sue never prayed for this position, nor did she see the opportunity coming. Sue, a local Christian minister at the time, was asked to come and meet with a gentleman who was running for the Major’s office. Sue took up the opportunity, seeing it as a simple way to be connected to her city. Sue tells the story of what happened on the way to that meeting and how that gentleman, Tom Tate went on to become the Major. As the Major, Tom was baptised publicly and referred to as the Lord’s Major. She has been supporting him and his family ever since. Sue talks about how the gospel influences the Major’s life and in turn flows over to the community on the Gold Coast. There are some wonderful insights into the life of a politician and the challenges facing Christians in politics. In this podcast episode, you will discover… An Aussie grandmother’s journey to becoming a political spiritual advisor. The qualities needed to serve local politicians with the gospel. How the gospel can look in a city with a significant Christian leader. Stories of community impact when the gospel is at work. The power of engaging with local counsellors and politicians. Specific ideas to be a Christian involved in local community. Ideas to love and care for a community in Jesus name. And so much more… To hear more podcast episodes from Evangelism In Australia click HERE. To see all upcoming events from Evangelism in Australia, click HERE. For online courses and further training, click HERE.
27 minutes | 22 days ago
Reaching People Who Don't Want to Hear
Tina Waldrom speaks with Scott Morrison who is reaching people who don’t want to hear. Scott found himself among a people group of 100,000, with only 20 identified as Christian. Before arriving in Thailand, Scott ‘trialled’ an Aussie version of mission and evangelism to reach secular people. He has taken many of those lessons overseas as he reaches out to those who need Christ. This interview took place in Australia, where Scott and his family are presently. They have already spent four years in Thailand and are soon to return. Scott shares his experience of discovering and ministering to, a specific unreached people group. The wisdom and insights he shares are applicable for everyday mission and evangelism in Australia. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How an everyday Aussie is sharing the gospel with an unreached people group. Lessons to reach those who are not so keen to hear the gospel. Where to begin when people do not want to hear the gospel. What to focus on when making disciples of the ‘hard’ cases. Stories of people discovering Christ through prayer evangelism. How to find people who are ‘receptive’. Specific ideas on how to pray for people in person. Practical tools to share your faith naturally with people. And so much more… In this interview, Scott referred to a number of tools. *Here is a quick read where you can discover the tools he mention. He mentioned the BLESS prayer and the 3 Circles. We pray these are a source of encouragement to you. You can learn more about personal evangelism by joining one of our online training events at Evangelism in Australia. We would love to have you along. To see all upcoming events from Evangelism in Australia, click HERE. To hear more podcast episodes from Evangelism In Australia click HERE. For online courses and further training, click HERE.
31 minutes | a month ago
Food Relief and the Gospel
Tina Waldrom speaks with Kellie Wishart around the intersection of food relief and the gospel. Kellie is involved in the area of providing food relief through her local church, Manningham Christian Centre. Kellie’s journey begun with a small pantry, today that has grown to a much larger service, named CareNet. Bringing food relief to an entire community and seeing how the gospel is experienced is a fascinating story. Kellie is adamant that food relief is not ‘bait’, it is not a way to gain access to having spiritual conversations with people. There must be a line of integrity, one that realises that all of humanity are made in the image of God and each person has inherent worth. They are loved by God, and deserve food security. Kellie’s role begun as a volunteer and has now developed into a paid position. That story alone is testament to God’s provision in so many ways. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How an everyday Aussie lady starts a food pantry and now helps feed a community. The ingredients for local churches to bring food relief in a Christlike manner. What the church offers to a local community that others don’t. Stories of people finding food relief and finding Jesus. The power of providing food security and what it says about Jesus. Specific ideas and philosophies for successful church engagement with social needs. Ideas for people to be individually involved in bringing food relief. And so much more… To hear more podcast episodes from Evangelism In Australia click HERE. To see all upcoming events from Evangelism in Australia, click HERE. For online courses and further training, click HERE.
26 minutes | a month ago
Undercover In Human Trafficking
Tina Waldrom speaks with an undercover agent who rescues young girls and boys from the evil of human trafficking. The agent works with the organisation, Destiny Rescue. Being undercover in human trafficking is not for the faint-hearted. In 2020, Evangelism In Australia helped raise $10,000 to fund a raid which took place in the Philippines. The undercover agent in this interview, shares openly about his work in this area. Human Trafficking is the ‘single most disgusting thing on the planet’, as stated by the agent in this interview. The agent interviewed, is a family man who decided to do something. His story, the journey to becoming an undercover agent and what is involved, is compelling. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How a businessman becomes an undercover agent in the sex industry. The ingredients to making a positive difference in human trafficking. Why an everyday guy gets involved in rescuing children from trafficking. The process to become an undercover agent. The technology and details involved in a raid. Specific psychological challenges an agent faces being involved. Ideas to support the work of freeing children from human trafficking. And so much more… You can read more and support the work of Destiny Rescue HERE. To WATCH part of the interview, Click HERE NOW. To listen to the first interview that Tina did with Destiny Rescue, click HERE. The second interview was also very revealing, click HERE. To hear more podcast episodes from Evangelism In Australia click HERE. To see all upcoming events from Evangelism in Australia, click HERE. For online courses and further training, click HERE.
29 minutes | a month ago
Doing Church Differently Post-COVID
Tina Waldrom speaks with Paul Jackson who is doing church differently post-COVID. Paul is the senior leader at Kingdom Life Centre, Brisbane, Queensland. COVID was a gift to Paul as he had wanted to experiment with the traditional church service for some time. In fact, Paul had asked the Lord to shut down services so he could focus the church further outward. It’s a fascinating story. Paul has led the church for a few decades and is no ordinary pastor. Paul’s heart is for the community and for people to come to know Christ. A few years ago, he started what is known as Park Ridge Connect. It is an extraordinary ministry that interfaces the community. COVID, however, gave further opportunities for Paul to encourage the church outward. He has now re-shaped what Sunday church looks like and is leading a new expression of church in Australia. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How an existing church can transform church services to reach the community. The ingredients to truly reaching your local community. How a focus on disciple making and not discipleship can grow the Kingdom. The power of embracing new opportunities to spread the gospel. Ideas to reach your neighbourhood for Christ. A strategy for church services that focus on disciple making. What it takes to be the church and not just play church. Keys and tools to consider when moving a church outward. And so much more… You can stay connected to Paul Jackson HERE. Read all about Urban Revs that Paul refers to HERE. Check us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
25 minutes | 2 months ago
Bringing Peace to the Streets
Tina Waldrom speaks with Jay Shelling from Street Peace. Jay is taking the gospel, in a holistic way to the vulnerable young people in his community. Jay grew up in ‘privilege’, his words. His fortunate upbringing gives him the motivation needed to reach those less fortunate. His belief is that every young Aussie should have the right to a family and to be loved. Jay and his team are reaching out to young people on the streets of Frankston in Victoria. There is a very clear pathway that this organisation has in place. Connections are made with those that are vulnerable in the community and a pathway to wholeness is mapped out. A pathway to discipleship is in place. The lessons that Jay has learnt are valuable for all Christian believers. Jay shares his journey of hearing from the Lord to be involved, and the unfolding story. Reaching out and seeing transformation in a local community is possible when people take a holistic approach to faith. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How an everyday Aussie guy relocated to reach a community for Jesus. The ingredients to reaching vulnerable young people. How a holistic approach to the gospel looks in a neighbourhood. The power of love in reaching hurting young people. Ideas to start a ministry beyond the four walls of the local church. A strategy to reach helpless youth. What it takes to follow the call to evangelism in the hard times. The importance of police and council relationships in community work. And so much more… You can stay connected to Jay Shelling and Street Peace HERE. Listen to another great episode about Reaching The Uber Rich Kids HERE. Check us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Reaching Uber Rich Kids
Tina Waldrom speaks with Josh Tyler who had an opportunity to reach the Uber rich kids in a lucrative boarding school in Europe. Josh has a Masters of Education and worked in a boarding school in Melbourne, Australia before taking the role overseas. The boarding school he worked in was filled with young people from the wealthiest families. Taking the gospel to this setting was a challenge. Before heading overseas, Josh had worked with many young people from just about every socio-economic background in Australia. This assignment to the uber rich where money was never lacking and an attitude of ‘entitlement’ prevailed was a very different experience. In its physical appearance, the boarding school was very ‘Hogwart-esh’, made even more beautiful in the winter time. Working with the sons and daughters of politicians, global leaders and societies ‘finest’ was an unforgettable experience. Bringing the good news, sharing faith to the kids of the wealthiest in the world was a great assignment from Jesus. Before heading to the lucrative school, the Lord has shown Josh many keys that certainly set him up to minister effectively to this elite sub-culture. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How an everyday Aussie ends up ministering to the Uber rich kids of the world. The ingredients to minister to people who feel they are ‘entitled’. How to share Jesus with young people who seemingly have it all. The power of the Christin life to reveal Christ to the wealthy. How love needs to look to wealthy people. A strategy to reaching affluent people in society. How an Aussie can follow Jesus to the ends of the earth to share the gospel. The timeless principles of the gospel and how they connect to everyone. And so much more… You can stay connected to Josh Tyler by following him on his Instagram account or on his Facebook account. Check out all upcoming online events from Evangelism In Australia HERE. Check us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
Let Go & Let the Next Generation Rise
Nataliya Osipova is challenging the church to let go and let the next generation rise on the mission field. Nataliya, is the National Director of Missions Interlink in Australia. The challenge for the church right now is to ensure the next generation of believers are passionate and committed to taking the gospel. This is episode 2 in a series with Nataliya. Right before COVID-19 hit in Australia, Nataliya felt the Lord speak to her about ‘new things’. New shifts needed in global church mission. She had no idea that a pandemic was about to hit. She did however have an idea that new shifts were on the horizon for global church missions. These shifts are valuable lessons for all Christian believers in sharing the gospel. In this episode Nataliya discusses the second shift that has become evident through the pandemic. This shift is in the area of raising the next generation. She contends that the church needs to focus on raising the next generation of young people that will take the gospel to Australia and the nations of the world. In this podcast episode, you will discover… Why a focus on the nest generation is necessary? New ways to approach raising young people for missions. How the existing way of training people is lacking. The power of including young people in the conversation now. How young people are most likely to be involved. Why connecting young people with missionaries is vital. The hinderances to raising and releasing the next generation. And so much more… You can listen to the first episode with Nataliya here. She spoke about the shifts needed in technology for mission to be effective. Check us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
30 minutes | 2 months ago
Streets Ahead in Launceston, Tasmania
Dave Klauber is having many gospel conversations on the streets of Launceston, Tasmania. Dave advocates for conversations that flow easily. His ‘non-pushy’ approach is drawing people closer to Christ. He is training many others to do the same through the evangelism teams initiative. Street evangelism is often viewed negatively and something that only a few can do. Dave demonstrates a new kind of street work that every believer can be involved in. His style of ministry is led by everyday conversations with a recognition that not every person is ready to hear the gospel. His approach is refreshing and encouraging for the church. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How to test for ‘receptivity’ in people before you share. An easy and doable way to reach people on the streets with the gospel. Practical ideas to start conversations with those you have never met. The power of segway questions when sharing the gospel. How to share God’s story according to the book of Acts. Ideas to share your own story in 30 seconds. How to easily share your faith without it being pushy. You can listen to more tips and ideas from a previous episode on the streets of Hobart, Tasmania. Listen here. If you like this podcast and find it helpful, please share this link with someone today so they can discover The Win Win Evangelism Podcast: www.EvangelismInAustralia.com/podcast
16 minutes | 3 months ago
Top 5 Episodes 2020 #1 Reaching the De-Churched
This summer in Australia, we are showcasing the top 5 episodes listened to in 2020. This is #1. Tina Waldrom speaks with Positive Psychological Practitioner Natasha Rae from The Morph Clinic in Geelong, Victoria. Thousands of people in Australia are De-Churched, Natasha was one of these. How do we reach this demographic? Many of the De-Churched were highly involved in local congregations and through some type of crisis the situation changed. Natasha Rae is the founder of the Morph Clinic in Geelong, Victoria. She has almost three decades of experience working with people. Natasha worked in church circles for a long time before a crisis led her in a new direction. Today she works as a Positive Psychological Practitioner with schools and heads her own clinic. In this episode Natasha talks candidly about her personal journey to becoming De-churched and explains through her professional lens what may be helpful in reaching out to those who have walked away from Church. In this podcast episode, you will discover… Mistakes that are often made in reaching out to the De-Churched The approaches a friend can take with De-Churched people How to respond as a church to those that are De-Churched The power of Post Traumatic Growth Practical ideas to reach De-Churched leaders An understanding of pain from a therapist’s point of view. The blog post by Natasha for Evangelism In Australia, A Crisis for Churches & Evangelism is a powerful read. Listen to the 2nd episode about the De-Churched Here. EIA also conducted a 3rd Episode with Natasha. Subscribe here to stay informed with all things outreach and evangelism. Register for our online evangelism course HERE.
27 minutes | 3 months ago
Top 5 Episodes 2020 #2 Outreach Lessons from a Nurse During COVID-19
This summer in Australia, we are showcasing the top 5 episodes listened to in 2020. This is #2.Melissa Lee has been a nurse for around 25 years. She is a passionate follower of Christ who has been both challenged and blessed during COVID-19. Melissa has had to overcome her own concerns and fears surrounding her workplace during the pandemic. Having moved beyond fear, she is seeing many opportunities to share her faith with hospital staff and patients alike.The Lord has taught Melissa a great deal through this crisis. Her story is one of inspiration, a story that we can all learn from. Her kindness and generosity toward others are a shining light in the darkness of the current pandemic. Her years of following Jesus are proving to hold her in the ‘hard spaces’ for her to be an effective witness for Christ.In this podcast episode, you will discover… Keys to reaching out to people during COVID-19How to overcome fear in reaching out to others.The power of a Facebook group to encourage others.How Melissa heard the voice of God to sing over a patient.The power of radical obedience to the voice of the Holy Spirit.How a nurse can overcome fear with faith to reach others.Practical ideas to reach people during COVID-19.Ideas to overcome depression during the pandemic that will help others.To hear another great story of people being reached during the pandemic, listen to our interview with Andrew Scarborough.Our FREE evangelism course is now open for registrationCheck us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
28 minutes | 3 months ago
Top 5 Episodes 2020 - #3 - Sharing Your Faith at Work
This summer in Australia, we are showcasing the top 5 episodes listened to in 2020. This is #3Sharing Your Faith at Work can be daunting to many. Tina Waldrom speaks with business executive Stu. Stu is based in Queensland and he has worked for a large IT provider for more than twenty years. As a new Christian many years ago, he was often over zealous sharing his faith. Today, with much experience he is being very effective in his technical role but also sharing his faith at work.Stu's role is customer facing and he spends many hours with people, delivering technology projects. He is both a consultant and leader in technical sales. As an employee of the company, he is able to respect the company policies and confidently share his faith at the same time.In this podcast episode, you will discover… How to share your faith naturally at workA Kingdom perspective on faith and workHow to have conversations in the workplace and the mindset neededPractical ideas to share your faith at workNatural and practical steps to share with work colleaguesWorkplace considerations needed to share your faithYou can also sign up for our FREE ONLINE COURSE, starting January 20th.You can hear another podcast episode where Stu is talking about prayer & healing for non-believers.Please go ahead and share this podcast episode with others and check us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
17 minutes | 3 months ago
Top 5 Episodes 2020 ~ #4 EIA Speaks with Judd Field The Melbourne Gospel Choir
This summer in Australia, we are showcasing the top 5 episodes listened to in 2020. This is #4Judd Field is the choir director from the Melbourne Gospel Choir and a well known Australian entertainer. He and his family are passionate followers of Christ who love to share their faith. Australians know him as the 'hair guy' who appears at the Myer Music Bowl Christmas Carols each December. Judd spends most of his time among the entertainment industry in Australia. Hearing how Judd's faith intersects this world is an interesting listen.In this podcast episode, you will discover… Ideas to use your gift to outreach to othersPractical ideas to start conversations with those in your world that don't know ChristInsights to the entertainment industry and how you could reach outHow the Melbourne Gospel Choir share the hope of Jesus with celebritiesIdeas to overcome the fear of sharing your faithHow to take people on a journey toward faithJudd has an interesting perspective on mission which you can hear more about in a video clip from Tina WaldromYou can also sign up for our FREE ONLINE COURSE, starting soon.If you like this podcast and find it helpful, please share this link with someone today so they can discover the Win Win Evangelism Podcast: www.EvangelismInAustralia.com/podcast
28 minutes | 4 months ago
Top 5 Episodes 2020 - #5 - Missional Living on Kangaroo Island
This summer in Australia, we are showcasing the top 5 episodes listened to in 2020. This is #5.Conrad Tickner is living an effective missional life on Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Conrad felt the Lord send him to the Island to potentially start a church. As it turned out, starting a church was not the first stop to reaching the community. Having decades of ministry experience under his belt, Conrad was confident to follow the voice of the Holy Spirit into the missional lifestyle he and his family are living.When Conrad arrived on the Island, he discovered the many needs of the community by simply spending time with people. Many of the initial people he bumped into had some church experience but for many reasons had become De Churched. The conversation began and went from there.Today, Conrad is a school chaplain on the Island and a valued member of the local footy club. Conrad and his family are firmly embedded among the community on the Island and are seeing the Lord extend His love to many as they continue to listen to and serve the community. In this podcast episode, you will discover… How to listen to the Holy Spirit before reaching out to others.The power of missional living.Listening skills needed to be an effective witness for Christ.Potential ways to love the De Churched.How to join a community group and stick firm to your faith.Practical ways to show love and support to a community.Thoughts on being an effective chaplain.Don't forget to check out or online course, On Mission with God @Home (How to share your faith naturally in conversations). Dates and prices have been released for 2021. Please go ahead and SHARE SHARE SHARE this podcast episode with others. Check us out further at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
27 minutes | 4 months ago
Sharing the Christian Faith in the Entertainment Industry
Tina Waldrom speaks with Judd Field about sharing the Christian faith in the entertainment industry. Judd is the choir director from the Melbourne Gospel Choir and a well-known Australian entertainer. He appears on Aussie TV shows, sings jingles and is often seen singing back-up vocals for Australian and international artists. Hearing how Judd's faith intersects this world and especially at Christmas is an interesting listen.In this podcast episode, you will discover… How artists can naturally share their faith with the entertainment world.What the Melbourne Gospel Choir do behind the scenes to share their faith.Insights to the entertainment industry and how you could reach out.How Judd Field became involved in the entertainment industry.The Christian qualities needed to minister in the entertainment world.Stories of hope and how the light is shining in the world of ‘celebrities’.The power of singing the gospel at Christmas time at the Myer Music Bowl.Behind the scenes stories shared by Judd Field.A pre-sneak of carols at the ‘bowl’ for 2020.In the podcast, Judd referred to the challenges of COVID for artists and musicians. He was involved in a few 'iso jams' and many other great initiatives during COVID. Catch up with all of them on his Facebook page.You can listen to a previous podcast interview with Judd, again talking about the entertainment industry but from a different angle.Judd also recorded a pre-podcast piece with us – watch the video here.If you like this podcast and find it helpful, please share this link with someone today so they can discover the Win Win Evangelism Podcast: www.EvangelismInAustralia.com/podcast
27 minutes | 4 months ago
Reaching Out at Christmas Time
Tina Waldrom speaks with Nartarsha Wisewould about reaching out at Christmas time. Building on the relational equity that believers have with family and friends at this time is a key thought from Tarsh. Nartarsha is a training and equipping evangelist at Stairway Church in Melbourne and shares some wonderful insights and practical tools to reach out this Christmas time.Tarsh has designed some very practical and helpful tools to share Christ at Christmas time. The underlying thought is knowing where people are at and then engaging with people on the particular part of the journey they are on. The engle scale has been utilised in this approach.In this podcast episode, you will discover… How the relational equity you have with pre-believers can help you.Why Christmas time is so effective to reach out.A set of tools that can help you ask the right questions.Ideas on how to share your personal story at Christmas time.New ideas on how to share God’s story during the festive season.The power of the right questions at the right time.Inspirational stories of people coming to faith.How to take the conversation ‘somewhere’.Resources and tools that Nartarsha mention in this episode for you:Stairway Christmas content, including help sheet and spotify playlist -Stairway Evangelism resourcesGospel Outlines from StairwaySubscribe to all things evangelism and outreach here.Check us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
29 minutes | 4 months ago
Café 4 Jesus with Nicole Barton
Nicole Barton started a café 4 Jesus. Tina Waldrom speaks with Nicole inside her café, Freedom Healesville in Victoria. Nicole, in her forties is a mum that is passionate about people meeting ‘her Jesus’. Victorians love coffee. Creating a space for people to gather, to feel welcome and at home was the goal. A space where people could meet Jesus everyday and not just on Sunday.Nicole and Adrian started a church first and the café followed. Pastor Adrian can be seen on the coffee machines a few mornings per week. Nicole spends each day in the café connecting with the community and gathering others to do the same. The space is beautifully decorated and the business is thriving. It’s an oasis for the community.In this podcast episode, you will discover… The vision behind the café, ‘Freedom Healesville.’How to reach a community with coffee and love.Why church on Sunday is not enough to reach a community.The ingredients to creating a successful community space.Ideas on taking the gospel to the public.The power of questions when chatting over coffee.Stories of people visiting ‘Freedom Healesville’, what’s going on.The connection between the café and the church in this instance.Subscribe to all things evangelism and outreach here.Check us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
28 minutes | 4 months ago
COVID, Trump & Evangelism
Sally is an Aussie living in the USA. She is recovering from COVID and is living through one of the most controversial U.S presidential elections. Tina Waldrom explores these topics and how they inform what’s important in evangelism at this time. It’s a unique time in history. To be an Aussie living in the USA, through COVID and through a presidential election is an interesting situation. Talking with someone who is recovering from COVID is thought-provoking. This is not a political podcast episode. This is however, a moment to engage with what is going on in the world right now and how it informs the space of evangelism. Sally is currently working on the Luke18 project. This is a university prayer movement that exists to contend for revival. Sally’s ministry spans a number of decades, her thoughts and experiences are challenging in this episode. In this podcast episode, you will discover… What it’s like to have COVID.How the TRUMP discussion informs evangelism.The problem with division in the church when a world is watching.Thoughts on making political comments as Christian.New understandings on intercession and evangelism.How prayer shapes a believer for effective witnessing.How to recognise where God is moving and how to join in.The power of recognising ‘pain points’ and how the gospel intersects.The challenge of being salt and light through COVID and political times.You can hear another episode entirely on prayer and evangelism with Sally here.Subscribe to all things evangelism and outreach here.Check us out at www.EvangelismInAustralia.com and follow us on socials.
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