How do we share the gospel effectively without feeling awkward, preachy or embarassed?
Its a conundrum I have been working on for a while as it feels like we are losing our ability to articulate our faith with words, just at the time when we the church are getting better at demonstrating our faith with actions. I am a firm believer that we need to do both: doing good works and explaining the good news ought to go hand in hand.
What do you think are the main factors that cause us to struggle with sharing our faith verbally?
If you have a moment please feel in the quick poll below. Let me know the number one reason you find evangelism difficult…
(there’s only space for 200 entries so get in there quick…)
In light of these struggles i am delighted to be speaking at a cross church initiative in Ealing on March 18th.
It would be great if you could be there: I’ll reveal the findings from the survey and much more..
Krish will be helping us with fresh new ways of sharing our faith with people at work, school or in our families. He’ll help us to answer really up-to-the-minute questions:
- How can we make sharing our faith a totally natural part of our lives?
- Can we debunk some of the myths and misunderstanding of what it takes?
- How can we make our whole life an open invitation to know more about Jesus?
This is an evening of worship, ministry, interaction and film clips.
- It is ideal for all Christians – young and old.
- It will leave us all much better able to connect with those around us and to share our faith.
St Stephen’s Church, St Stephens Road, W13 8HB