The Rural Evangelism network has just relaunched its website. Aimed at building an interactive network of people involved in rural evangelism. It will have a subscription base (£10) and membership. This will enable members to post articles and information for the rest of the network.
Our rural communities look idyllic from a distance. In fact they are complex social mixes which are experiencing the challenge of change.
But there are fruitful approaches to evangelism in this context—ones that pay attention to context, and build on local witness. This booklet offers practical strategies, but ones that spring from a deep understanding of these communities. Written by Barry Osbourne from Rural Evangelism Network.