There's no easier time to have a conversation around the gospel than when someone else brings it up first. This is especially true when it’s Christmastime, and everyone's humming “Silent Night” and “Away in a
Below are four ways you can be intentional about sharing hope this holiday season:
Consider hosting a party that connects Jesus, the greatest gift, to your
Have a party with a purpose. Wrap presents for the underprivileged. Make care packages for the homeless. Do a project for a local shelter. Getting outside of yourself and helping others brings meaning and purpose.
Send Christmas cards.
When Mary Jane Morgan became a Christian years ago, she began inserting a gospel tract into her Christmas cards. "They just had pretty cards back then," she says, "but nothing with the gospel.” Consider how you, too, can pass along the hope and peace of Jesus in your holiday cards perhaps by including your
People are most open to visiting
Invite those that are a part of your relational network — the people you come in regular contact with — whether you know them well or not. Engage them in conversation
Invite people in your small group to serenade your
For some, traditions center around holidays, such as Thanksgiving. But traditions can come in all shapes and sizes.
Keeping with God’s growth plan in 2015 and what I have learned from failing with my New Year’s resolutions in the past.
Perhaps this Halloween is the perfect opportunity to respond selflessly in love and care for our neighbors, as well as a way to fight our tendency to isolate.
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