Two regular subscribers of EvangelismUK have reported 'Getty Images' sending a large invoice for web images unknowingly used without permission. The photos are 'spotted' automatically / electronically, and web managers then contacted by post. These invoices have been for £900 and £1500 respectively - so can I pass on the warning for all web managers to make sure all images are copyright covered or replaced with your own? Many thanks. Jim Currin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Paul Bayes in 'Start the Week' points us to the report of the Lambeth Conference of Anglican Bishops who met this summer and considered many things in adition to those which caught the attention of the national press, including these reflections on the priority of mission, evangelism and proclamation:
Chris Stoddard points us to the Reaching the Unchurched Network website for the full report on the recent RUN conference. The powerpoint presentations of the main speakers Brian McLaren and Gerard Kelly, are among the resources, reports and photographs on:
2000 delegates attended the Budapest International Congress for the New Evangelisation, and Clare Ward from CASE provides a press release '"Eastern Bloc" Church Provides Hope-Filled Model for European and Parish Evangelisation' and a download of one of the openning talks.
Pentecost Sunday was the day when thousands gathered to pray the Lord's Prayer as part of the world wide prayer initiative: Gobal day of Prayer. Linked with various other prayer initiatives, the London event was filmed and can be seen on: