Most people don’t share their faith because they don’t know how to get started. Once the conversation starts, it has a life of its own. But until you intentionally commit to sharing your faith at every opportunity, you won’t be looking for the easiest path of entry into God-Centered Conversations. As long as pleasing and
These ‘Ten Easy Ways to Open God Centered Conversations’ are only meant to get you started … and will lead to hundreds more. While the task of leading people to Jesus is daunting and the consequences are eternal, the joy of leading people to the Lord is unexplainable. Includes helpful suggestions like: Ask people: “Is
13% of Americans agree that Muhammed was the holy prophet of God, even though Muslims comprise only 1% of the U. S. population.
2 out of 3 Christians (65%) say it is better to share your faith by the way you live, rather than to speak about it.
The thrills of victory and agony of defeat provide the “Hot Topics” of the Olympics and the visuals that stay with us. This is a red ‘Hot Topic’ for those on the verge of defeat, in some part of their lives, and have no idea how to cope with it. The faces on the fallen athletes reflect our options ranging from sobs to…
24 of 25 Millennials don’t have a Biblical worldview.
25 million Americans have a history of impulsive, uncontrollable anger.
3 out of 4 Christians (74%) seldom have a “spiritual conversation” with anyone.
30% of all Americans believe after they die, God will give them a 2nd chance.
31% of all young adults, who have grown up in church, have left the church because “it was boring”.