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From this Series

The Power of Your Personal Influence

November 1, 2015 by Mark Stuenzi Message 1 of 4

One of the very first followers of Jesus was Andrew. In comparison to the other disciples, Andrew never became famous or publicly influential. And yet Andrew literally changed the world by inviting others to come and see Jesus. Andrew brought his brother Peter; Andrew was the one who brought the boy with a lunch that fed 5,000 people; Andrew brought some Greeks who were seeking to know more about Jesus. Andrew is a great example of the power of a personal invitation. His boldness caused a ripple effect that continues to this day. Andrew’s example also shows us that sharing our faith in Christ with others is both a responsibility and a privilege.

The Gospel

November 8, 2015 by Dan White Message 2 of 4

If you had one chance to tell someone how to be a Christian, what would you say? It can be hard to boil down something so influential in your life into one conversation. In our excitement we talk all about the house without making it clear how to get in the door. The good news is big news, but its not supposed to be confusing news. The gospel can be explained using one verse: John 3:16. Helping someone find the way back to God is as simple as showing them that religion is spelled “D.O.” but Christianity is spelled “D.O.N.E.”

Pray, Invest, Invite

November 15, 2015 by Mark Stuenzi Message 3 of 4

Sharing our faith can be challenging—especially in a culture that is increasingly apathetic toward spiritual questions. We want to share our faith, and yet we can sometimes be inauthentic or clumsy when doing so. So how can we get better at it? In Colossians 4, the Apostle Paul outlines an approach to sharing our faith in three simple steps: pray, invest, and invite.

Life-Changing Conversations

November 22, 2015 by Mark Stuenzi Message 4 of 4

Jesus modeled the way to have a sensitive, yet honest, conversation with someone who is far from God. He didn't avoid the places or people he knew needed him. In fact, he often defied social norms to reach the unreachable. Jesus paid attention to social cues that would indicate a person’s readiness to recognize their spiritual need. Then, sensing they were ready, He gently guided them into embracing faith, and ultimately sharing it with others.