Real People, Real Faith-Sharing Stories!
You’re in for a shock! If you don’t share your faith, you’re missing all the fun and blessings of being a Christian! It’s what being a Christian is all about. Winning the lost is a team sport and it’s time for you to get off the bench and into the game, and when you do, God promises you in John 15:11 that His Joy will remain with you and your joy will remain full. Wow! These are real people, from all walks of life, surprising you with real stories of how much fun they’re having moving everyone, every day, closer to Jesus. Use them as role models for your own life and start having the time of your life.
Louie’s and Bradly’s stories are a real-life description of the saying that faith sharing is “one beggar telling another beggar where to find bread.” Louie was a heroin addict who came to faith through a relationship with a former addict had come to faith. After coming to faith and beating his addiction, Louie began to seek out other addicts to help them know they are lovable and loved by God. Learn how Louie’s relationship with Bradly helped him escape his addiction. Since coming to faith, Bradly is following Louie’s example and reaching out to other addicts who, over time, will ultimately help others find Jesus – the bread of life.
Few people would describe Lori as an evangelist. By her own admission, she is a shy person who simply responds when God opens doors for her to help people and share His love. Recently, one of her real estate clients paused her search for a new home saying, “now is not the right time.” Days later, Lori felt God’s nudge to follow up with the woman and learned that her husband had abandoned her and her four children. Learn how Lori was able to provide help for the woman and her family and how showing God’s love opened the door for faith conversations.
To Robin Robinson, shopping is an opportunity to get to know store staff. She starts every shopping trip by praying and asking God for divine appointments. Learn how picking the longest line, smiling, and starting a conversation gave her the opportunity to build an ongoing relationship with the checkout person who eventually came to faith through her shopping ministry.
Every day before he starts work for a well-known ridesharing service, Emmanuel Hernandez asks God to lead him to someone who needs help. Learn how God introduced him to a Muslim refugee family who had just arrived from Iran. Through the CityServe ministry at his church, he was able to help them get food, furniture, and even employment. As his church and he helped this family, they wanted to know more about Jesus and the Christian faith.
Valerie has learned to be aware of and connect with the people that God brings into her life. One day while she was in a slow checkout line, she sensed God leading her to start a conversation with the woman behind her. Learn how asking the simple question, “How are you?” led to a conversation and relationship with a woman who needed to know that she was loved by Valerie and by God.