Our faith is worthy of sharing. In fact, the Bible says to go into all the world and preach the good news (Mark 16:15). At times, it can be tricky to know the perfect method to deliver the message, but there are a few techniques that can help. Here are three ways to share your faith with others.
1. Be An Inspiration
One of the most impactful ways to reach someone is by being a living example. It’s one thing to speak about how faith has changed your life, it’s another to show it. If you truly want to share your faith, live your life in a way that sparks curiosity in the people around you. Inspire them to look to you as an example of what strong faith can do in the lives of others. Be intentional about behaving in a way that allows God’s light to shine through your actions.
2. Invite Them To Church
Believers go to church to worship, practice goof fellowship and learn more about their faith. But church is also for introduction to the faith. What better way to introduce others to God? If you’d like to share your faith with someone, why not bring them with you to church? Within a few hours, your guest will have plenty of opportunities to get to know more about the Bible, prayer, and ministry, hopefully opening the door to deeper conversations about faith in the future.
3. Share Encouragement During Trying Times
When people are in the midst of trials and tribulations, a little faith can go a long way. If you encounter someone who has fallen on hard times, one way you can share your faith is by highlighting a few of your favorite scriptures. Another way is by declaring your own testimony. By letting other people know that you’ve exercised faith in similar situations and came out victorious, you inspire them to do the same.
Although it can be a bit nerve-wracking to share your faith with others, the reward makes it worth the effort. Just as faith has made a tremendous difference in your life, it will do the same for the people you’ve connected with. Try three methods to start inspiring positive, faith-based change in the lives of others.