Tag: Witnessing

Witness Well

Pain can be an entry point to start spiritual conversations

Redeemed souls who believe in Jesus Christ are not immune to pain. Doctors can prescribe medication and counselors can provide emotional healing. But pain doesn’t go away easily. Chronic discomfort or emotional turmoil can cause any person to desperately seek answers and solutions. Believing in Christ means trusting that God knows our pain. Our greater …

Starting spiritual conversations with prayer

Be still and know that God is God and I am not. Be quiet and listen to his promises. Stillness and quiet are adequate descriptions of contemplative prayer. It’s more about what we receive from God rather than what we give him. It’s more about his voice that resonates in our hearts rather than giving …

Start spiritual conversations by sticking to the basics

“It’s best to remain silent and be thought of a fool than to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.”  “Even fools are thought wise if they keep silent, and discerning if they hold their tongues.” (Proverbs 17:28) If silence is golden and a silver tongue commands respect, then why do I tend to open …

Starting spiritual conversations

Most people consider themselves spiritual. There is a desire for inner peace, harmony with body and soul, or a reconnection with a higher power. While many spiritual paths are offered, few provided satisfying solutions. And sadly, there is a growing reluctance to seek out a Christian church to find answers. We seem to be arriving …

Witnessing Christ during Christmas

What can Christians say to proclaim the gospel message during Christmas and invite people to come to church on Christmas Eve?

A Way to Start a Spiritual Conversation

Words matter. With eyes of wonder, believers in Christ grasp on to the words of grace, redemption, and justification. These words define the Christian faith. The meaning behind these words appear obvious to the faithful but may have an entirely different connotation to an unbelieving world. And this chasm of misunderstanding is growing wider. It’s …

Slingshots or Silence

God works through his Word to create faith in the hearts of unbelievers. His Word is like a weapon used in warfare. It cuts like a double-edged sword (Hebrews 4:12) and explodes like dynamite (Romans 1:16). One of the greatest weapons ever used in the Bible is a profound example for believers who unleash the …

Reasons for Witnessing Reluctance

Spiritual conversations are becoming increasingly rare in today’s world. Verbally proclaiming the gospel to a lost soul is becoming a lost art and a daunting prospect. Many Christians believers are reluctant to talk about their faith with others and a recent study has proven this to be true.