PFE Wonder conference – mentoring and training female evangelists

Over the last year God has opened a door for many women to communicate the gospel in public. Douglas Johnson in Contending for the Faith writes about the history of IFES. He says “one of the chief lessons of war-time was how little things of the Spirit depend upon material conditions. Both student and graduateContinue reading “PFE Wonder conference – mentoring and training female evangelists”

Passion for Evangelism

About us Passion for Evangelism is a network of female evangelists who would like to grow in communicating the good news of Jesus Christ. PfE was set up by Nay Dawson in partnership with IFES Europe. Our first conference was held April 5-7th 2019, read more here. The purpose of this network is to prayContinue reading “Passion for Evangelism”

Abuse, shame and Jesus by Ellidh Cook

This is a guest blog by Ellidh Cook A couple of weeks ago I spoke at an event hosted by Passion for Evangelism. For various reasons the actual event was private, but myself and Karen Soole, who spoke, have written up our talks in case you’re interested. Karen’s can be found here. Mine is belowContinue reading “Abuse, shame and Jesus by Ellidh Cook”

Abuse, Shame and Jesus : A discussion on Rachael Denhollander’s ‘What is a girl worth?’ by Karen Soole

This is a guest blog by Karen Soole A couple of weeks ago I spoke at an event hosted by Passion for Evangelism. For various reasons the actual event was private, but myself and Ellidh Cook, who spoke, have written up our talks in case you’re interested. Ellidh’s can be found here. ‘The darkness isContinue reading “Abuse, Shame and Jesus : A discussion on Rachael Denhollander’s ‘What is a girl worth?’ by Karen Soole”

Encouraging female evangelists

In the ‘Passion for Evangelism’ (PfE) termly book club, we have been reading and discussing Aimee Byrd’s excellent book Why Can’t We Be Friends? Aimee reminds us that the way to stand against culture’s inadequate and over-sexualised word around men and women is by not allowing it to drive us apart. Rather, she says, ‘It isContinue reading “Encouraging female evangelists”