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Ignite Your Life One‑Minute Features

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Daily Features to Inspire Faith Sharing

Ignite Your Life! God promises in Romans 8:28 to make everything in your life work for good when you live for His purpose, to seek and save the lost – to move everyone, every day, closer to Jesus. And He promises in John 15:11 to fill your days with joy when you bear fruit – when you birth more Christians.

God didn’t commission you to go into the world to pray or read your Bible, but to share your faith. When you love your neighbors as yourself, you’re as concerned for their Salvation as you are your own. How is your world going to know unless you tell them?

For Christians, one hundred years from now, the only thing that will matter is how many people are in Heaven, because of your influence.


I Need To Tell You About Jesus

You have to love what one teenager said to his buddy: “I need to tell you about Jesus. When do you want to do that?”
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I Need To Tell You About Jesus
I Need To Tell You About Jesus

I Need To Tell You About Jesus

You have to love what one teenager said to his buddy: “I need to tell you about Jesus. When do you want to do that?”

Do What He’s Called You to Do
Do What He’s Called You to Do

Do What He’s Called You to Do

Jesus said, “Why do you call me ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do what I say?’” Try to get around THAT one!

The Worst of Times
The Worst of Times

The Worst of Times

If you’re a Christian, it’s in the worst of times when sharing your faith can be most effective.

Someone Real to Relate To
Someone Real to Relate To

Someone Real to Relate To

Remove the ear buds and put down the cell phone—then look up. It’s amazing what you’ll see—PEOPLE!

Don’t Shoot the Messenger
Don’t Shoot the Messenger

Don’t Shoot the Messenger

When Jesus said, love your neighbor, it wasn’t just an idle suggestion or a casual idea. Jesus called it a commandment!