Just One Natural Evangelism Course


The command from Jesus is for each and everyone of us to be witnesses (Acts 1:8).

– When did you last lead someone to the Lord?

– Have you ever found yourself not being able to progress a conversation further with friends or family?

– Are there people in your life that you know need God but you are not sure how to begin the conversation with them about it?

– Have you like many Christians heard about needing to be a witness for him and have been wondering how?

J. John is one of the foremost communicators of the gospel and has used his 40 plus years experience to write an evangelistic tool entitled Natural Evangelism. We are blessed not only to have J. John come to proclaim the Gospel at the Just One Event in Portsmouth on  4th & 5th April 2020,  but we are also being provided with an amazing opportunity to learn the HOW in order to aid us in one to one conversation with our friends, colleagues & family members.


The course is running at Swanfield Chapel in Chichester on:

Saturday 9th November – 9.30 – 3.30pm (Sessions 1-3)

Saturday 23rd November – 9.30- 3.30pm (Sessions 4-6)

The course led by amazingly gifted evangelists, is free of charge and the manual is just £5.

Please don’t miss this opportunity to be equipped and either book yourself HERE , pick up a leaflet at one of our Sunday gatherings or chat to me about other dates in the area in the coming months.


There is a lot of talk about globalisation in our days, yet people have never felt so isolated and so alone as they do today. This is especially true for those experiencing trauma and suffering because the globalised society is paradoxically more individualistic and insular. For us as the community of Revelation Family Church, alongside the other churches in Chichester, have a unique opportunity to stand shoulder to shoulder with our bothers and sisters of the persecuted church.

Sunday 27th January is a key date that we need to mark in our diaries as it is not only the annual Unity Service in Chichester, but as local churches we are turning our eyes, minds and hearts towards our brothers and sisters around the world as millions of Christians are actively persecuted because of their faith.

The guest speaker for the Unity Service is Lisa Pearce, former CEO of Open Doors which works in over 60 countries supplying Bibles, training church leaders, providing practical support and emergency relief, and supporting Christians who suffer for their faith. In the UK and Ireland Open Doors works to raise awareness of global persecution, mobilising prayer, support and action among Christians.

Come and hear more about it and come and be part of the chain link used by God to bring freedom and release to countless men and women, boys and girls who are part of our worldwide family. See below for more details.


Last Sunday evening at 6pm in this amazing building which is the Chichester Cathedral where Christians have gathered to worship God for nearly a millennium was the wonderful opportunity for us as the church of God in Chichester, hundreds of Christians (Anglican, Baptist, Brethren, Catholic, Charismatic & Pentecostal) to gather together and showcase our ‘Mission Together’ in worship and thanksgiving at the Unity Service. Our Mission Together this year was represented by Anna Chaplaincy, the Bell Tower youth drop in, CAP (Christians against Poverty), CYE (Christian Youth Enterprise), City Angels, the Foodbank, Life Centre and Options.

Over the past few years it has been great to see and be part of the journey of the Church in Chichester as it has moved from expressing its unity through simply a few meetings a year together to birthing and transforming and life changing works represented by the above organisations whereby Christians from all denominations are working together on a day to day and week to week basis to show the tangible love of God in our community.

The second greatest commandment apart from the commandment for us to love God with all our hearts is to love one another or to love our neighbour; and l love the fact that Jesus concludes by saying: By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.’” John 13:35

There is no better way of proclaiming and portraying our love for one another than through our mission together.