Norfolk vicar offers free Christian resources
2010: A high-profile Norfolk clergyman has just launched a website offering hundreds of articles, training courses and several books to download for free.
Tony Higton, who is now an Associate Priest at Holy Trinity, Marham, in Norfolk, has for over 40 years been an Anglican clergyman in England and at Christ Church, Jerusalem where he was General Director of the Church’s Ministry amongst Jewish People.
For 14 years Tony took a stand for Biblical doctrine and morality in the Church of England General Synod and was frequently on TV, radio and in the press.
With wife Patricia
(also a theological graduate), Tony has just launched a new website, www.christianteaching.org.uk
, offering free Christian teaching resources.
“Over the last 42 years of ministry we have developed many resources for clergy, ministers and church members which are now on this website. Most of them are at popular level but some are more academic,” said Tony.
“God has blessed much of our ministry with remarkable growth in numbers and depth. The church development strategies and resources on this site come from this experience and have been shared at conferences in 15 countries and used by thousands of churches.”
Included on the website, are almost 200 articles, seven training courses and four books, all of which are free to download and use for non-commercial purposes.
Subjects covered include: Apologetics, Biblical exposition, church development, eschatology, evangelism, interfaith and pastoral resources.
Tony said: “We shall be adding new material as time goes on, including, hopefully, audio material of our teaching courses etc. Also I shall be adding current comment to my new blog site and you are welcome to add your responses, comments and questions on www.christianteaching.org.uk/blog