Our approach to evangelism is through building genuine personal relationships.
‘Personal evangelism must be friendship evangelism if it is to be true to its name. Without any doubt friendship is the most Christian context within which to share the good news of Jesus. True friendship involves getting close to people. Friends enter into one another’s worlds.’ (John Stott)
We invite students to our activities to meet their felt needs – English practice, fun activities, real friendship. We hope and pray that genuine friendships will develop and opportunities come to share our Christian faith naturally, but we must be careful not to push our guests beyond where they want to go.
We invite our friends to join optional Bible discussions and Guest Services in simple English. There is no pressure during the discussions and services, except that of the Holy Spirit as he applies the truth of God’s Word.
For those showing more serious interest in Christianity, we encourage team members to meet them (as appropriate) in the afternoons to read the Bible together and have further conversations. We will also help team members explore the best way to follow up serious interest.