Sharing God’s Work through His Word | 02

Written By Ben Laur

Associate Pastor - Olathe Campus

 The discipline of study is not meant to stop with our internal awareness but should overflow in generosity for what God has revealed to you. As we tell others about what God has taught us, how He has changed our understanding, or how He has changed us, we present others with a precious gift: the opportunity to experience that same transformation by God.

Look back through the Tuesday article, Hearing God’s Word Through Others

ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT:
  • How would you explain to a non-Christian something that you read from the Bible this week? Sometimes we get so accustomed to speaking with other Christians who share a common culture that we lose touch with how to communicate with someone who is not a Christian or familiar with the Bible.
  • Give five minutes to thinking or writing down how you would explain this in 30 seconds or less in a way that presumes as little prior knowledge as possible.
  • If you are looking for a suggestion, try explaining the significance of Luke 23:1-25.
  • What stands out to you from this exercise?

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