‘I do not write Christian novels… I write as a Christian’ – Chick Yuill with Trans World Radio

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Fantastic reflections from Chick Yuill on the crucial role of fiction to evangelism in the 21st Century!

  • Why did Jesus so seldom point out the moral of His stories?
  • Why are Christian novels so often like poorly disguised evangelistic tracts?
  • Why do we stop telling Bible stories when we leave Sunday School?
  • Can fiction touch the mystery of the Cross in some unique ways that devotional books can’t?

Listen to Trans World Radio interview

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  • Chick Yuill

    Chick Yuill has spent over forty-five years in full-time ministry and church leadership. Most of this time has been devoted to leading and pastoring local congregations, both in the UK and the USA. He is a passionate communicator and has appeared on national radio and television in the UK, speaking on issues of faith and morality. He has been a regular speaker at major Christian conferences such as Spring Harvest and ROOTS, and at churches, venues, and conferences throughout the UK as well as in Canada, USA, South Africa, South America, Australia, New Zealand, India, and mainland Europe...

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