Resolve to Share the Gospel

Another kind of conflict we sometimes have is when we are sharing or defending our faith.  The Bible says that God commands us to share the good news, yet so many of us are afraid or unprepared to do so.  In today's society where the last acceptable prejudice is Christianity (where Bibles are not allowed in school and announcements of Bible studies are prohibited in the workplace), there is even more reason to be uncomfortable when sharing your faith. However, this is exactly why I wrote Say What You Mean: Defending the Faith.  This study goes through the common questions and misunderstandings non Christians have about God and teaches you not only what you can say, but how to say it.  It also teaches you the most important part of ministry: connecting (communicating) with people! Make one New Year's Resolution for the Lord that you will keep.  Learn to share your faith in a less confrontational and more conversational way with Art of Eloquence's Say What You Mean: Defending the Faith. Check out our free sample lesson at the bottom of the page.


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  • Carla

    This is a really good study because, as you point out, JoJo, it teaches you exactly what to say and how to say it. The other thing that may be even better about this one is that it teaches you when to shut up and walk away. A lot of times, well-meaning Christians start to bash unwitting conversation partners over the head with their Bibles when the other party doesn’t seem to be accepting. It’s not a good technique and we need to learn when we’ve lost our audience and it’s time to walk away. SYMDTF does that, too. ;)

  • JoJo Tabares

    Very true. I’ll be sharing more about how society tends to demand the listener hear and agree with them when they exercise their right to free speech in the newsletter on Wednesday.

  • Janet Harllee

    This study is so important in our world right now JoJo! God bless you!

  • Art of Eloquence

    Thank you, Janet. I agree.

  • Art of Eloquence

    Thank you, Dati.

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