Great Commission is now eight months old, and we'd love to hear how you're using it to help you in your outreach.
Our short user survey is running throughout July, so please let us know what you think.
The Great Commission websiteencourages the Church by continually sharing good news stories of people across the UK coming to faith in Jesus. And we tell inspiring stories of individuals and churches who are talking about Jesus in their communities, sharing what they’ve learnt along the way.
A new story will be available each week to share and freely download, reminding us that God’s at work in our land.
Stories of people like Joe, who detoxed himself within a few weeks of calling out to God, and is now working in a detox centre and leading others to faith.
And stories of Christians like Sheila, who offers to pray for people in the fish and chip shop. “I’m not special in any way,” Sheila says, “I’m just a mum and a grandma, and I just have the conviction of my faith.”
And we’ll only grow in our heart for God and His people – and become bolder in sharing Jesus – through spending time in God’s presence.
Because prayer is a vital component of our mission, we’ve brought together stories and reflections to encourage you in prayer – praying for people to come to faith, and for ourselves and our churches to grow in boldness in talking about Jesus.
You’ll also find links to initiatives and networks to help you use prayer in your outreach, or to connect with others who are praying for God’s kingdom to come in the UK.
Let’s be encouraged to pray for people to come to faith, and for ourselves and our churches to grow in boldness in talking about Jesus.
Unpacking the biblical call to share our faith, the realities of the UK context and the great opportunities we have – as individuals and church communities – to be talking about Jesus.
The site has constant additions of new features, asking some of the tough questions about how we might need to change, and hearing from different voices from across the UK Church.
You can easily search depending on who in your community you’re looking to reach – whether that’s the elderly, those of other faiths, or communities in rural areas.
And you can also search according to the type of activity you’d like to run – whether that’s sports, a community festival, or Christmas activities.