READY FOR HARVEST
LCM FIELD DIRECTOR FOR EAST LONDON, GARETH JONES, SPOKE TO CHURCH LEADERS IN LONDON OF THE VISION FOR THE WHOLE CHURCH TO BE ENGAGED AND EQUIPPED IN GOSPEL MINISTRY
REACHING MUSLIMS FOR JESUS
If you were to walk through some of the busy thoroughfares of east London in the coming weekends, a bright yellow sign encouraging you to “Believe in Jesus” might catch your eye. Next to it you would see LCM missionaries alongside Christians from local churches, ready to strike up a conversation.
NEVER TOO FAR AWAY
When Missionary Charlie Macdonald had the opportunity to spend time with children of refugee families in east London, it was hard for her to contain her excitement.
JOIN THE FAMILY
CAROL MCFARLANE AND ST ANNE’S CHURCH ARE WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP TO WELCOME VULNERABLE WOMEN INTO HEALTHY CHRIST CENTRED COMMUNITY.
A safe space to create
On a Saturday afternoon in Limehouse, a group of women sit around tables, enjoying a craft session, creating block-printed artwork, talking excitedly, and growing in their understanding of Jesus.
Missionary Salome became a Christian eight years ago
ALL THINGS WORKING TOGETHER
“Hindsight’s a wonderful thing”, says missionary Jeff Potter, as he reflects on all that he has done since he became a Christian in the army in 1985.
THE ART OF CONVERSATION
In some communities, calling on people at their homes remains the most effective way for churches to make connections with people. And once past the initial awkwardness, this can open into fascinating conversations. Changing London editor Kenwyn Pierce steps out into East London.
WORD ON THE STREET
London City Missionaries working alongside churches in London to share the gospel
Sharing the light of Jesus in prisons
Luke Carson has been finding ways to connect with prisoners while in lockdown.