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The number one problem when sharing our faith in Jesus with friends is the words we use. Most well-intended presentations of the Gospel are laden in “churchy” words no one understands. The net effect of it all, we sound weird. In fact, we probably feel weird when we say it. That’s why it is vital for Christians to learn how to speak “human.”

In this final message of the series “Ambassador: Carrying the Gospel” Pastor Jonathan teaches a basic way to share your faith with your friends. Getting the words right is not important. In fact, using the wrong words can be frustrating for both you and the person you want to share your story. What you need is a framework to think about the story instead of the right words.

Sermon Topic: Sharing the Gospel

Original Sermon Date: November 5, 2017

Current Sermon Series:

Sermon Text: John 10:10

Key Notes to Remember

The Four Part FrameWork for Sharing the Gospel With Your Friends

Creation

Where did we come from? How did it all begin? Did we get here by chance or were we created by someone or something?

The Fall

Why is there evil in the world? Fall – What went wrong?

The Rescue

How can we resolve it? Is there any hope?

The Restoration

What will the future hold?

To find a complete description of this framework, you can visit The Story.

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About The Author

Jonathan G. Smith

The Rev'd Dr. Jonathan G. Smith is the Senior Minister of Redeemer Church in Orlando, Founder of Grace Nation, and owner of Higher Purpose Coaching. His passion is to see people transformed by the Gospel, the liberating power of Jesus Christ.

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