How to Tell Others About Jesus April 5, 2024

How To Tell Others About Jesus

Do you know how to tell others about Jesus? Every Christian is to be a witness of the Christ who lives in them! Yet most believers have a difficult time knowing where to begin and how to effectively share their faith.

New Series!
We are dedicating the coming week on Enjoying the Journey to encouraging and equipping our listeners to become personal witnesses. There is no magic formula or secret equation. Our goal is not to teach a new “presentation” but to learn how to have a conversation about the most important thing in the world – a relationship with Christ.
This short study will examine key Scriptures and emphasize different aspects of giving the gospel:
  • Can I Get Personal?
  • Talking to Religious People
  • Helping Broken People
  • Pointing Sinners to Jesus
  • Looking for Divine Appointments
A First for ETJ
The daily broadcast is usually audio only, but this special series will be available in a video format as well. I would like to invite you to join me in my study, where all of the ETJ episodes are recorded, as we open the Word of God together. You can listen or watch on our YouTube channel, the Podbean platform, or on your regular podcast player.
Please don’t miss this emphasis week and encourage others to join our study! We are praying that God will help us all to become more faithful, more fervent, and more fruitful witnesses of Jesus. “But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear” (1 Peter 3:15).
(For additional studies designed to help you take specific, immediate steps to go with the gospel, order the GO kit. This downloadable training kit is perfect for Sunday school or small group studies and includes multiple duplicable lessons. Learn more and order at enjoyingthejourney.org/product/go-resource-training-kit/.)

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  1. Alicia Axelson on April 5, 2024 at 3:44 PM

    I’ve been praying for help in being a better witness and trying to learn how to best approach different people. It seems to be especially difficult here in New England. Catholicism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and “Spiritualism” are very strong here. I witnessed to a friend, who unfortunately did not accept Christ. She was zeroed in on the fact that she confessed her sins to a priest and he declined to forgive her sins. My heart was so broken for her because I could see how troubled she was by it and how she felt too unworthy to receive God’s gift of salvation.

    Perhaps only in heaven will you know how much this ministry has helped me to grow in my Christian life and to walk closer with the Lord.

    I’m so excited for this series to start. I’ll be praying that much fruit will come of it. I want to see a world wide revival in my life time. Hallelujah!

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