Sharing Your Faith with Friends and Family: Talking about Jesus without Offending

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Any Christian can talk about the Good News to a friend. Evangelism has even become a regular topic of conversation in religious circles. Furthermore, studies show that people who come to faith are more influenced by friends or family than anyone else. But still, there is surprisingly little action. So if we want to spread the word, we need to start talking! Here is the help that ordinary, everyday Christians are looking for. Sharing Your Faith with Friends and Family is an easy-to-read, practical guide for any Christian who wants to know more about spreading the word. Green shares useful advice on how to talk about Christ to those closest to us and offers answers and fulfillment to our current culture's questions and needs.

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You don't want to say something that would offend your father, yet you care deeply about his need for a savior. You don't want your friend to think you're pushy, but you realize how vital this decision is for her. You're aware that an overwhelming majority of people come to Christ through their friendships with committed Christians, but you still struggle with how to share your faith with those close to you. In Sharing Your Faith with Friends and Family, Oxford scholar and evangelist Michael Green shows you how to approach and talk naturally with your friends about faith and God. Here you'll gain a wealth of practical insights, from starting the conversation and presenting the gospel message to avoiding mistakes and handling common responses. Most importantly, Green shows how introducing a friend or relative to Christ is the most worthwhile and fulfilling ministry a Christian can have. Michael Green is senior research fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. A popular writer and speaker, he has written many books, including But Don't All Religions Lead to God?

About the Author:

Michael Green is senior research fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University. He teaches evangelism and New Testament studies, while maintaining a worldwide speaking and writing ministry. He lives in Leicester, England.

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