Good to go.
Unlocking unbelief and proclaiming hope.
Good to Go looks at four barriers stopping unbelievers engaging with the gospel and four practical ways of breaking those barriers down. The course is based on biblical principles, includes plenty of cultural analysis and features video interviews with various well known atheists as well as some leading evangelists.
- Cultural defences: the art of contextual questions
- Spiritual delusions: the power of nudge progression
- Unrealised desires: the contrast of expulsive hope
- False doctrines: the light of redemptive history
The Good to Go course was written by Andrew Baughen for the Keswick Convention in 2009 and is also supported by London City Mission. The course is available for download and can be run by individual churches or groups of churches or on request Andrew Baughen can offer a tailored version of the material for a church weekend away or bible teaching convention If you use the material in your local setting Andrew Baughen would be grateful to hear from you.
Course videos are available on request please email for access to these resources.