Be Prepared

This week on GUWG, we’re looking at ROCK’S GREATEST HITS — words of wisdom from the disciple Jesus nicknamed “Rock” (aka Peter).

Here’s today’s selection …

Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect. (1 Peter 3:15)

Share Prayer

PrayerHandsWe close SHARE YOUR FAITH WITHOUT FREAKING OUT WEEK here on GUWG with a little prayer:

DEAR HEAVENLY FATHER,

Help us to walk with You
every single moment
of every single day.

How TO Share Your Faith

It’s SHARE YOUR FAITH WITOUT FREAKING OUT WEEK here on GUWG.

We started off with a “To Don’t” List. We’ll conclude with a “To Do” List that attempts to summarize everything we covered:

Walk with God. Pray before you open your mouth. Fill your heart with God’s word. Let the Holy Spirit guide your every step.

Live a Life of Love

It’s SHARE YOUR FAITH WITHOUT FREAKING OUT WEEK here on GUWG.

Here’s one of my all-time favorite quotes from St. Francis of Assisi:

Proclaim the gospel at all times; when necessary, use words.

Accordingly, I’ll keep my blah blah blah to a minimum today. Instead, let’s focus on what the Bible says about this subject:

A Walk in the Park

It’s SHARE YOUR FAITH WITHOUT FREAKING OUT WEEK here on GUWG.

Here’s today’s verse:

Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect. (1 Peter 3:15)

Please allow me to repeat a little story that illustrates this verse nicely. See if you can identify any of the characters.

Imitate Paul

It’s SHARE YOUR FAITH WITHOUT FREAKING OUT WEEK here on GUWG.

Monday, we discussed how NOT to share your faith. Yesterday, we looked at the ultimate role model: Jesus.

Today’s topic? Be Like Paul.

Here’s what Paul himself said:

Imitate Jesus

It’s SHARE YOUR FAITH WITHOUT FREAKING OUT WEEK.

Yesterday, we shared some “To Don’ts.” Today, we’ll start sharing some “To Do’s.”

We’ll begin here:

Imitate Jesus. (1 Corinthians 11:1)

Was evangelism a priority for Jesus? Let’s look at his first and last recorded words to his disciples: