How to Share with Your Friends

23 Oct

Great video put together by Tim Schmoyer and Greg Stier. Tim had his students write out some questions about evangelism. Here are the 18 questions, and this was the conversation!

1. What are some icebreakers to start the conversation?
2. What are a couple of passages that shows God’s love toward us?
3. What would you say to someone if they ask a question like, “How do you know the Bible is right?” or “How do you know God exists?” or “What if you’re wrong?”
4. How do you prepare for an “encounter?”
5. What are some resources that you would recommend for someone who is going along with what you are saying?
6. Give me an example of bringing Christ up through music? Sports? Recent events? School?
7. What is a good way to explain the trinity to unbelievers?
8. How can you explain that having faith is different than religion? Like, a relationship with God?
9. How do we share our faith with people who don’t care about God and don’t want to learn more?
10. How do we approach people with a different religion?
11. How can we know when to be more persistent with someone and when to back off?
12. How do I share my faith with someone who wants nothing to do with me?
13. How do you go about pursuing someone who you and others may presume is “fine” but there is something that may lead you to be uncertain about their faith and if they know Jesus?
14. How do you help a Christian come back to Jesus after an emotional crises/breakdown?
15. How do you share your faith with a close friend?
16. What do you say when an unbeliever asks you to prove what you’re saying?
17. How do you prove the Bible using the Bible? How do you prove the Bible NOT using the Bible?
18. What’s the way of evangelism that seems to be received best by unbelievers?


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