Episode 1.5 – Are You Afraid to Share Your Faith?

Here is an excellent discipleship tool that addresses the issue of salvation in the first chapter so that you can know exactly where your disciple stands with God.

It’s important, as a discipler, to know where a person stands with Christ. Many believe they are saved for various reasons–they were born in a Christian country so they think that makes them a believer, they’ve gone to church all their lives so they believe that makes them a Christian, or their parents are Christian so they are sure they are saved.

 

You know as a Christian you are called to share your faith, but that does not mean it’s easy to do. Especially if you don’t have the gift of evangelism. Yet as a person who desires to disciple the hurting we must know where the person truly stands in their relationship with Christ because this is key in how we approach the discipling issue.

 

So listen to our podcast for encouragement in how to share your faith with your disciplee. And if you are following along in the curriculum this podcast is addressing session 1, pages 8-9 under the heading Are You Right With God?

 

Side note: Sorry about my grandson coming into the room asking if the dog can come out to play. LOL. There was no way to edit this out since he talked over us. Oh well, grandkids are the greatest, and you just met my second oldest.

 

If you would like to join a group of Go in Peace Leaders for encouragement, support and prayer click here. It’s a great tool to help you disciple the hurting.

 

If you would like to learn more about Matt Laster and his work in Bulgaria click here.

 

If you would like to purchase the Go in Peace Biblical Discipleship Curriculum Leader’s Manual in either the women’s edition or the men’s edition see the buttons below. The only difference between the two manuals is the cover.

 

The Go in Peace Leader’s Manual for Women

 

The Go in Peace Leader’s Manual for Men

 

We hope you enjoyed our discussion about the issue of salvation. We look forward to hearing from you. Feel free to leave a comment. May God richly bless you as you step our and serve Him.

 

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