Episode 3 | The E-Word: Talking All Things Evangelism
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What is an evangelist?
Am I one?
Should I be one?
We're supposed to tell people about Jesus but what does that look like?
If you have ever been baffled by a word that confuses many people then join Chris and Hannah as they chat about the big "E-word". Chris interviews Annie O'Connor, Church Army's Training Team Leader. Annie takes some time to demystify the word for us and answer some questions about what the Bible has to say about evangelism.
Want to cut the chat? No problem. Skip straight to Annie's interview at 8:50
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