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If you've ever felt uncomfortable talking about your faith with people who believe differently--you're not alone. But it is possible to engage in open and honest spiritual conversations...without awkwardness! Jesus did this effectively, and when you learn from him, so can you.
When you look at the life and ministry of Jesus, you'll see nine different ways in which he engaged with people. These practices, or "arts," are skills you can learn that will naturally deepen your connections with others. When spiritual conversations become an everyday reality, you'll have a front-row seat as God changes people's lives.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Often, it doesnt seem so. It can feel scary, awkward, and uncomfortable as we try to navigate loaded questions and different perspectives. Even the most faithful of believers sometimes get stumped. But can you imagine if we, as Christians, simply spent time with people who are far from God and provided a safe place to talk about spiritual matters? If we listened to them and discovered what was really important to them? After all . . . its what Jesus did. And its what you can do too.
Drawing straight from the life and ministry of Jesus, The 9 Arts of Spiritual Conversations offers simple practices to help you build relationships with people who believe differently. Anyone who has read and appreciated Becoming a Contagious Christian or Just Walk across the Room wont want to miss this book on creating a safe space to have natural, loving, and spiritual conversations with others.