The Arts Of Spiritual Conversations

September 16, 2015

Curriculum

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Are you fearful of sharing your faith? Does striking up conversations regarding your faith cause your palms to sweat and your head to spin? Do you find it hard to know when and where to bring up your relationship with Jesus in conversation or how to even try to transition? I don’t know about you, but I find it difficult to figure out how and when to share with others.

The challenge, however, is that you and I are Plan A when it comes to spreading the Gospel. There is no Plan B. Jesus, in his Great Commission, told us to, “Go and make disciples of all people…” There is no way around it. Part of living the Christian life involves sharing the Gospel or Good News so that others can learn of God’s great love for them.

So what if there was an easy way that you could learn to share the Gospel that didn’t leave you…or anyone else…feeling like it was a sales pitch. Would you be interested?

If so, I’d like to invite you to join us for an exciting eight-week life-changing curriculum called: The Arts of Spiritual Conversations!

The Arts Of Spiritual Conversations will identify eight surprisingly simple practices that can build a foundation of relational trust and open the gateway for conversations about God to unfold naturally.

  • When: Every Wednesday starting Sept. 23rd, 2015
  • Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Length: 8 weeks

I invite you to call, email, or text me if you’d like to join us for The Arts Of Spiritual Conversations!

God bless,

Mike

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About Michael Woods

Christ-follower, husband, chocoholic, and peanut-butter lover! I'm a father to triplet boys...each on the autism spectrum.

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