Sharing Your Testimony

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Recently I have been asked about sharing my personal testimony with others. I love to share my story about Jesus Christ, I have found that it isn’t the easiest thing to do. I think it is extremely important to think about my journey to Jesus.

I love blogging and I don’t seem to have a shortage of topics to share with others. While my thoughts are random, my faith in Jesus Christ isn’t. When it comes to sharing my walk with Christ, I want to be sure to use this opportunity to connect with the reader who is searching for truth.

Each and every persons testimony is unique and gives us more insight into our God has worked in each of our lives. My journey with Christ is life-changing and I hope that as people read my story that they will be willing to share their own walk with Christ.

While I will be sharing my own testimony and story with you all, my hope is that each person is willing to share their own walk with others.

We are told in The Bible says that Christians will produce fruit (John 15:8; Matthew 3:10). Your testimony may produce fruit for God’s kingdom. Even if you may think that your story is boring and that others may not be interested in hearing about how God is working in your life, it can’t be further from the truth. Don’t waste this opportunity.

You can send us your story right now.

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Listed Below are a couple of books and study guides that I have used that has really helped me when it comes to witnessing. 

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The Contagious Christian Workbooks are what works best for me (Sandie). I have tried a few others and this one will help you discover your own natural way of reaching out to others.

This study will help you share Biblical truths in every day language and conversations. The Contagious Christian presents a practical form of evangelism that can help the ordinary person who may be shy and has fears of taking to others about their faith in Jesus Christ.

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I did this study at church a number of years ago. While I learned a lot from this study,   I found that for the most part it wasn’t for me since I like it where witnessing is more natural. This study is mostly done in churches since you  have to go out in groups. I did learn a lot from it though, so the time I spent on learning wasn’t wasted. Churches will learn a biblically based method for sharing the Gospel along with motivating “on-the-job” training on how to share Christ and disciple new believers.