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Submitted by Eric Smith on 19th May 2016

A simple question but one which can be answered in a number of ways depending on your philosophical approach to the question, your love or otherwise for technology, or even the ability to state the obvious!

So, is the answer

  • a good wifi connection?
  • a message which needs to be passed on?
  • you to talk and me to listen (or the other way round of course)?

Clearly, all of these are correct and important.

At Covenant Fellowship Scotland we have the technology available to us through our website and Facebook page. They are accessible to an audience of literally millions and, looking ahead, we intend to keep the content relevant, interesting and timely.

We have a message that we know we need to communicate. A message that is vital for the Church of Scotland. A call to a turning back to the Church’s roots in the Word of God. A call to stand clearly as a light in our nation. A message, not just for Ministers, or for Elders but one which every member and adherent in the Church of Scotland can hear and understand. We will be looking at how we can articulate this message in the clearest possible way over the coming weeks.

What about stating the obvious then? We need people to speak and others to listen if this message is to be communicated. We need to get in touch with as many folks in the Church as possible. As I seek to build and extend a network of folk in every congregation across Scotland who desire to see the Church renewed, I am very aware that I need your help:

  1. No matter who you are or what your circumstances, you can pray. Pray that God would work in the Church and that we would play our part in a way that honours Him.

  2. If you are a Facebook user then share the link to the CFS Facebook page, check it regularly and encourage your Facebook “friends” to view, share and comment on the content that is there. Also, visit the website and encourage others to do so. We have created a blog page and will be populating this regularly.

  3. If you are a Minister or Elder attending Presbytery, please share news of CFS there. If you would be willing to act as an information contact for your Presbytery then I would be delighted to hear from you – please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  4. You might be saying ‘as an “ordinary” member, what can I do?’. Please can you pray, can you talk with your Minister and Elders and encourage them to be involved, can you sign up as a supporter if you have not already done so.

I look forward to hearing from you over the coming weeks and to meeting many of you.