This weeks Life in Wartime Podcast on the Eternity network is the most important one for me. It is what we are about – how do we tell the Good News in such a stressful situation.
Since Jesus’ granting of the Great Commission, in season and out, His followers have sought to spread the good news. But what does evangelism look like in a world locked down by anxiety?
COVID-19 has taught us many lessons about the imperative to evangelise, but also how important it is to adapt our methods to the circumstances of the day.
In the final episode of Life In Wartime, David Robertson and Stephen McAlpine discuss what it is to be an evangelist, and what form that evangelism can most helpfully take in a time of world crisis.
It seems that the imminent prospect of death by pandemic should be the ideal time for people to hear about eternal life – so why is the Gospel message not cutting through? How is it that the world can be never been more open to, but never more hostile towards what Jesus has to say?
WHAT IS LIFE IN WARTIME?
The COVID-19 epidemic has brought upon us all the moral challenges associated with living in a state of constant conflict. We have to choose how we’re going to respond to this global threat day by day, and David Robertson and Stephen McAlpine from Third Space are here to help you think through the implications of the messages we’re hearing, and how God would have us live in these challenging times.