Here are a few ideas to share Christ in the context of a justice conversation, with the intention that they will spark more questions, ideas, and conversations.
When talking to someone about human trafficking, these questions can be helpful:
(This is a great opportunity to explain what “being made in the image of God” means. It’s also an excellent opening to share Isaiah 53 – how and why Jesus Himself experienced injustice.)
The Cru Denver team created a survey to use on campus during their justice week at Denver University:
Soularium is a wonderful tool for facilitating deeper levels of conversation. You can utilize Soularium during Justice Week, or during any conversation about injustice. Using the standard Soularium pack of fifty images, ask the following questions:
During COVID-19 it might seem easy to sit at home and fear all the unknowns. But what if you took time to reflect Jesus to others? Join the movement of #ReflectJesusWithMe.
Once you know what someone’s personality type is, you're on the way to building a gospel-sharing strategy that speaks their language.
How can we help agnostics know and follow Christ? Let’s look into the life of one former skeptic and the tool he developed to help us better converse spiritually with others.
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