It is no secret that many Christians tend to feel intimidated in sharing Jesus and the gospel, especially in our current post Christian culture. “How do I get started?” “What do I say?” “What if I can’t answer their questions?” “What if they react?” “How do I follow up?” The same is true when we challenge them to disciple their young and their friends with a Biblical world view, right?
That is why after hearing these fears for over 30 years as a pastor myself, I have been creating a special message and some tools to dispel those fears and to encourage, equip, and empower God’s people to share the gospel. . . easily. . . fearlessly. . . and joyfully.
The secret in a nutshell is to totally change the dynamic from trying to seemingly “sell” Jesus, to “offering” Him along with the gifts of prayer, conversation, a couple of books, and co-learning. The difference is HUGE and I would be honored to offer this message and these tools personally on a Sunday morning with your church family. Just give me a quick call, text, or email to set a date!
MESSAGE: Sharing Jesus Easily
1 Enter the Conversation (“In the beginning was . . . “)
2 Offer the Conversation (Offering to pray and learn together)
3 Continue the Conversation (Giving a tool to talk about later)
TOOL: Conversations with God
A compact devotional book that offers co-learning and inspiration in:
Prayer * Evangelism * Discipleship * Basic Christianity * Mentoring Moments * Systematic Theology * Biblical Theology * Applied Theology -
All in one handy volume with 95 prayers in classic Q & A’s and a “Mentoring Moment” to be read one minute a day.
A children’s full color picture book version is also available for family devotionals with the 95 Q & A’s set to music in 10 songs and based on three classic catechisms from the Reformation era. It is called: “The Story of God and Man.” (Click titles to get a peek!)
I hope to hear from you to work together to get God’s people beyond their pews at church and sofas at home to share Jesus with a lost and dying world, just like He did!