Pastor Wrinkles: The Lenten Journey Pt. 9

Today’s lent meditation has to do with evangelism. Here are the questions to ponder:

On a scale of 1 to 5 (i meaning I am just at the beginning and 5 meaning I am well-developed in this area)…

How am I doing at intentionally cultivating relationship with un-churched friends and family?

How am I doing sharing my spiritual story with un-churched friends and family?

How am I connecting un-churched friends into my group of believers?

How am I allowing God to use me cross-culturally?

How am I regularly investing in the spiritual life of another person or group?

Y’know I thought this evangelism meditation was going to be a big old scary ponder-pot for me. Yet as I got into it God showed me that  while there are definitely things I can work on where my unbelieving family is concerned, He has opened doors of effective ministry across the world through blogging. For anyone who shares on this venue you have to know you are touching the world,believers and non-believers . You are working cross-culturally. You are regularly investing in the spiritual life of other people and groups! Now my last question for the day is…How can we do it more effectively?

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12 thoughts on “Pastor Wrinkles: The Lenten Journey Pt. 9

  1. I am praying that God shows me how to share my story with my family in a way that will open their spiritual eyes and ears. Lord, go before me and prepare their hearts to receive. Thanks, Pastor J for there is much to meditate on here.

  2. I didn’t see this coming, Pastor J. I read the questions and thought I was not doing too good . .then you revealed the blog card. Thanks for helping us see more of what is really going on. God bless you as He increases your effectiveness!

  3. Because God nudged me to start my blog, I believe He’s setting me up for my destiny and ministry–YAY!!! God bless you and the fam–love, sis Caddo

  4. The world wide web is the biggest mission field in the world and the most open, and it is free. Yes, it takes time and it takes time spent with God to receive His messages and to relay them His way, but it is time well spent.

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