Michael Green

Revd Canon Dr Michael Green is one of the world's leading evangelists, and is Senior Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall having previously been Principal of St John's College, Nottingham; Rector of St Aldate's Church, Oxford; Professor of Evangelism at Regent College, Vancouver and Advisor to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York on Evangelism.He is the author of over 50 books, including Evangelism in the Early Church (1970, Hodder & Stoughton), Don’t All Religions Lead to God? : Navigating the Multi-Faith Maze (2002, Baker) and Thirty Years that Changed the World: The Book of Acts for Today (2004, Eerdmans).

Harvest Time

Michael has been a leading evangelist and a key thinker on evangelism in the UK church for many years. Having spent 11 years at St. Aldate’s in Oxford he has been a huge influence for the kingdom locally, and has also taught on evangelism, mission and apologetics in London, Nottingham, Vancouver and back in Oxford at Wycliffe Hall. He was the advisor to the archbishops of Canterbury and York for the decade of evangelism and has written over 50 books including Evangelism in the early church’, ‘Evangelism through the local church’, ‘I believe in the Holy Spirit’ and ‘Who is this Jesus?’.