Powerpoint - June 3, 2016

How to make connections for Christ

June 3

To the weak I became weak, that I might win the weak. I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some.

1 Corinthians 9:22

Awhile back, our church had a 5K run and invited people from the community to participate. Over a thousand showed up to run. The following Sunday, I had several people come up to me and ask, “Pastor, what was the purpose of that race?”

So I told them, “We had a host of people who are not members of the church, and many who weren’t Christians at all.” Before and after the race, we were able to share Christ. One of the participants had an opportunity to speak a testimony of faith. And all of those people were exposed to Christians and to the church. It was a great way to reach people for Christ!

Whatever it takes… whatever the methodology… and whatever the means, we need to be reaching out for Christ. There’s no reason Christians shouldn’t be connecting with our culture and reaching out in creative ways with the Gospel.

Think of creative ways you can invite others to experience Christ. Connect with your neighbors by inviting them over for a cookout. Meet other people at your kids’ schools or through social clubs. Don’t be reclusive, but make “Christ connections” that will impact eternity!


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