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Many have likened the process it takes for someone to consider, receive and follow Christ as a journey.
For some, this journey can proceed quickly, even during the time they hear the gospel. For others, this journey can take a long time, months or even years.
In either case, we still initiate, share the gospel and leave the results to God. And in either case, we have to respect where the person we’re sharing with is in their process.
In the book I Once Was Lost the authors talk about five thresholds a non-believer must cross before trusting Christ.
Each threshold has specific faith issues the non-believer must have satisfied. There are ways for us as believers to come alongside them in their journey, whether it be:
In our friendships, it’s helpful to relieve the pressure of the moment and to demonstrate patience by using the word “sometime”. You could ask or say:
After having seen the video about the 3 modes, consider showing it to those in your Cru movement and discussing the following questions.
Cru’s definition of successful witnessing begins with “Taking the initiative…” Why is this?
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