Solas Centre for Public Christianity-become Christ’s everyday ambassador

If you are truly interested in taking full ownership of your ambassadorship for Christ (Rom. 5:20) by becoming equipped so you will “always be[ing] prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,” then the Solas Centre for Public Christianity is for you! The Solas site offers the following introduction:

Solas Centre for Public Christianity is a ministry organisation based in Scotland. We are persuasively communicating the transforming truth of who Jesus is and empowering Christians to do the same.

On our website, you can find more about what we do, including:

Reports on our popular evangelistic events in places like cafes, restuarants, pubs, and business settings
Information on our training events, like our Confident Christianity conference that is on tour across the country.

Also on our website you’ll find a wide range of video, audio and written resources which:

Present the gospel and answer objections to the Christian faith
Help Christians share their faith in a winsome, rational and persuasive manner


Introducing SolasCPC-The Solas CPC Youtube Channel, here

There are two sections on the Solas website that I would like to highlight-these are, Mind the Gap and Frontlines. But please don’t limit yourself to these two sections. Take time to peruse the entirety of the site and avail yourself of the abundance of equipping resources that this site provides. And while you are there, be sure to sign up for their newsletter, and if the Lord so leads, send a donation to support the Solas ministry.

Mind the Gap is a series of instructive articles dealing with the question: What is holds you back from evangelism? Each article addresses a particular challenge to the Christian that is impeding them from embracing an evangelistic lifestyle.









Frontlines-Christians Sharing Their Faith at Work, is a series of interviews with Christians who have stepped out of their ‘comfort zone’ and are sharing their faith with their colleagues in the work place. Real life, every day, evangelism testimonies of lives changed through ambassadors for Christ, “God making His appeal through them.” (Rom. 5:20)

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