|North Uist||Sunday 19 - Saturday 25 May|
|Harris||Saturday 25 May - Saturday 1 June|
|Back/Tong||Saturday 1 - Saturday 8 June|
|Point||Saturday 8 - Saturday 15 June|
|Barvas/Ness||Saturday 22 June - Monday 1 July|
|Shawbost||Monday 1 - Monday 8 July|
|Inverkeithing||Saturday 3 August |
|Turriff||Saturday 3 - Monday 5 August|
|Quarriers||Monday 19 - Friday 23 August|
|Orkney 1||Saturday 24 August - Saturday 31 August|
|Orkney 2||Saturday 31 August - Saturday 7 September|
|Orkney 3||Saturday 7 - Saturday 14 September|
|Caithness 1||Saturday 14 - Saturday 21 September|
|Caithness 2||Saturday 21 September - Saturday 28 September |Why not get involved?You don't have to be part of our team to get involved.
No matter how experienced or inexperienced you may feel at evangelism you could be of help on a Challenger Bus mission. If you have a desire to reach out with the Gospel, and are available to get involved at one or more of the missions stated above, get in touch with us. Even if you can only...
- be a support to the team
- smile and look friendly
- invite someone on board
- make a cup of tea
you could be an important part of reaching out to those who need to hear the precious Gospel of Jesus Christ! Get in touch!
We still come across people who were converted on one of our buses many years ago, still going on with the Lord – one even became a pastor! We have since acquired two double-decker coaches and converted them into high-tech, state of the art, multimedia exhibition vehicles.
| ||PWAMM have been using bus missions as a means of outreach for many years. We continue to find this an effective means of taking the message of the Gospel to the people. |
The Challengers now travels around Scotland, at the invitation of local churches, to work with them in reaching out to their local community with the life-transforming message that Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners.
Why is the bus called “The Challenger”? It challenges people to examine the radical claims that Jesus made, causing them to consider the question that He posed – “Who do you say that I am?”
As technology has developed, and attitudes in society have changed, the methods of communicating the Gospel have moved on. Visitors to the bus are shown a fast-paced, hard-hitting DVD presenting them with the harsh fact that they are sinners with only one hope. His name is Jesus.
Very often, the DVD presentation stimulates discussions as people are confronted by the truth that they are sinners and consider why Jesus came. They can move upstairs to the coffee lounge to continue chatting.
There is also a 25 seater cinema upstairs, where larger groups can watch quality Christian feature films, testimonies and teaching.
If the Challenger Bus sounds like something you would like to bring in to your community, please contact us.
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