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Episode 4 | Being an Evangelist - Amy Hayes

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Amy Hayes' tattoosIn today's episode we chat with Amy Hayes; our Pioneer Evangelist for the Selby Center of Mission in North Yorkshire. We talk about the coronavirus, evangelism and tattoos.

Amy gives us a raw and honest account of her story; from coming to faith as a teenager in Northern Ireland through to how she found herself living on an estate in North Yorkshire telling people about Jesus; Amy talks about the struggles, the transformations and the people she has encountered along the way.

We also get a glimpse into the stories behind some of Amy's tattoos.

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