Glen Scrivener, full time Evangelist for ‘Speak Life’ and media producer Andy Brinkley discuss issues regarding sharing the good news about Jesus. Each episode takes a different aspect of Evangelism , and looks at it in depth. Also, we have interviews with inspiring evangelists such as Ray Comfort, Roger Carswell, Bill McKeever and Jay Smith, as well as Jesus centred teachers and authors.
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This may come as a surprise to some, but it can be better to shut the doors of the church, in order to reach more people with the Gospel. Glen explains in more depth, taking some advice from the Reformation. Also, news of our new ‘Patreon Campaign‘!
As of publishing, this coming Sunday is Trinity Sunday, so we thought it would be good (like last episode) to do something ‘calendar related’, connected to Trinity Sunday. On first thought, the doctrine of the Trinity may seem too complicated for non-Christians to grasp. Not so, says Glen Scrivener! Listen to this podcast to find out more.
Oh, and here’s an article Glen wrote on the subject.
As of publishing, this coming Sunday is Pentecost, so we thought it would be great to have a conversation about Pentecost, and the role of the Holy Spirit in Evangelism. Note from the episode are available here.
Today is Ascension Day! Today’s podcast is about how the Ascension relates to current issues: What is the ascension? Why is it the answer to the Election? Why is it the answer to Brexit? Why is it the answer to Terrorism? Why is it the answer to Trump? Why’s it the answer to the Football Transfer Market? Happy Ascension Day Everyone!
Often what we want in life is ‘freedom’ but as Glen Scrivener explains, what we expect to be freedom, often ends in bondage, expectation is different from reality. We also talk about three-two-one.org More talks at stmarysmaidenhead.org/reallives
Glen Scrivener went to St Mary’s, Maidenhead the other week, and gave this talk. Be a fly on the wall, as Glen looks at whether life is a comedy or a tragedy. More talks at stmarysmaidenhead.org/reallives
On this episode of The Evangelists’ Podcast, Glen Scrivener talks to Glynn Harrison about how to talk to people about the Christian’s view of sexuality. Glynn’s new book ‘A Better Story’ discusses the biblical vision for sex and marriage.
On this episode of The Evangelists’ Podcast, Glen Scrivener is interviewed by Owen Batstone and James Hughes from Calvary Baptist Church in Ogmore Vale, Wales. We also mention the opportunity to come and study with Speak Life in September. Check out ust.ac.uk for more details.
Glen met up with some of the organisers behind the Story Durham mission at Durham University, to find out why this mission has been so well attended, and what it is about telling stories that is so compelling. Sam Udy, Noah Strange and Niv Lobo give some behind-the-scenes stories.
Glen’s new book looks at the Easter Story, starting with an interaction between C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien, about the truth of myths. Initially, Lewis said they were ‘lies breathed through silver’, but Tolkien said he was wrong – they were not lies. In this episode, Glen reads the first chapter of his book.
Rico Tice is an associate minister at All Souls Church, Langham Place, London, and he’s a co-author of Christianity Explored. In this episode, we ask him about his new book titled ‘Capturing God’ and is available here.
Ray Comfort is an international Evangelist and Street Preacher from New Zealand. His Living Waters ministry has gone global on Satellite TV, Radio and the Internet. Well known for being the home of ‘The Way of the Master’, Ray has encouraged millions in sharing the Gospel with training courses, and has produced 300,000,000 gospel tracts! more…
For our Christmas video, we were only able to use a small fraction of the interview audio. In this episode, we listen to a little more of what was left on the cutting room floor! Also we highlight our other Christmas videos, a re-release of Reading Between the Lines coming in 2017 and news of a very special guest on the Evangelists’ podcast in the New Year!
Martin Povey belongs to Roger Carswell’s Assiciation of Evangelists, which has a stipulation that they never ask for money. Glen and Andy chat to Martin about how he became a Christian, and then an Evangelist, and what it means to ‘live by faith’.
Ali Campbell is a Youth and Children’s Ministry Consultant. Listen as he talks to Glen Scrivener about being how we approach childrens work in the ministry of the church. Are they fully integrated into the family of the Church? How can we best serve them as valued members of Christ’s body?
Josh Williamson returns to The Evangelists’ Podcast to talk about the relationship between the Evangelist and the Church. Glen Scrivener and Josh talk about how we integrate people into the Church despite their history, and how important it is for Evangelists to work in connection with the Church.
Peter Mead returns to the Evangelists’ Podcast to tell us about his book, Lost in Wonder, which looks at how our relationship with God resembles marrriage. Glen and Peter look at questions such as How does God’s story related to marriage? How can we be ‘the bride of Christ’? Why should you put down his book and read the bible instead?!
Rico Tice is an associate minister at All Souls Church, Langham Place, London, and he’s a co-author of Christianity Explored. Glen Scrivener caught up with him to ask about ‘The Evangelist and the Bible’
James Cary is a comedy writer for the BBC. Glen Scrivener talks to him about the funnier side of faith, and how we can use comedy to aid telling people about Jesus. James has written The God Particle Play, which explores dialogue between science and Christianity. www.thegodparticleplay.com
Ros Clark is the Online Pastor for the Church of England in Lichfield. She communicates in all sorts of ways online, through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat etc. Glen talks to Ros about what it’s like engaging with strangers you don’t even see face to face.
Peter Ould is a highly regarded commentator on issues of the Church and sexual identity, broadcasting on the BBC and other national and international stations. Glen Scrivener talks to Peter about sex and sexuality when talking to people about Jesus.
The UK’s EU Referendum has split the country right down the middle. Not only that but in the aftermath, we’ve all started blaming each other. Who’s fault is it? What’s going on, and how can we get to the root of the issue? Andy and Glen talk about our ‘social reaction’ to #EUReferendum, and about Glen’s rant in the car.
In this episode, Glen answers the question “Does Christianity Really Offer Us Freedom?”. Some perceive Christianity as a long list of rules that need to be kept, rather than a way of freedom. How can we answer this effectively to show that it is a liberating way of life, not without trouble, but free?
Today’s guest on the Evangelists’ Podcast, Michael Ots speaks at university missions all over the UK and abroad. Glen chatted with him at the European Leadership Forum to ask him about his work and finds out how he answers challenging responses such as, “Are you saying all religions are completely wrong?”, “Are you saying I’m going to hell?”, “Doesn’t religion cause all war?”
Last time, we spoke to Josh Williamson, an Australian Evangelist (director of Open Air Campaigners in Australia), who came over to the UK and got arrested for preaching! This time, we hear more about his day to day work.
This week, we take a break from our current series on speaking to other faiths about Christ.
However, we take a look back at the last few episodes, talk about Glen’s schedule, and talk about the fourkindsofchristmas.com outreach.
Despite years of secularism, there are still many people who firmly believe in the supernatural. George Osborn didn’t believe in the supernatural until a friend at school came across a Ouija Board. This began an involvement with the Occult that nearly got him killed. After conversations with a curate from a local church, who prayed with him regularly, a change began to happen.
Many people have met a Jehovah’s Witness on their doorstep. How can we speak to them and talk to them about the truth of God? In this episode Glen talks Timothy Barnett from Stand to Reason about Jehovah’s Witnesses.
To some, the thought of talking to complete strangers about Jesus fills people with dread. Glen invited Geoffrey Hilder to lead a group of people to go into the town to have ‘Christian street conversations’. The results were surprising!
Evangelists are well known for asking people to ‘Give Your Life to Jesus’, but what does that mean, and why should we stop doing that? Glen spoke at the Youth Works Summit. You can see his 8min talk here: Stop giving your life to Jesus – Glen Scrivener Glen explains why he thinks why this is a problem, and offers a better way to present the Gospel.
We celebrate that you have stuck with The Evangelists’ Podcast for 100 episodes, covering over 2 years of content. We take a look back at some of the highlights of the Podcast over the last 100 episodes. Do you have a favourite? Why not leave a comment to say which was yours?