How We Unintentionally Hinder Kids from Sharing the Gospel

Wayne —  November 11, 2010 — 1 Comment

FearIt’s time to catch up on another article that I published over on Ministry-to-Children.com.  The article, titled Kids Evangelizing Kids (and How We Can Stay Out of the Way) was originally published on August 8, 2010.

The article discusses how we, as adults often impose our own insecurities on kids when it comes to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

Here is an excerpt:

“Our attitude when we talk about presenting the gospel is critical in how kids receive it.  If you think about it, that’s really not that much different than other areas of our children’s lives where out reaction dictates there attitude and response…When we talk to kids about the gospel, it is important that they hear and sense our excitement and eagerness to share it.  We must be careful not to inadvertently transfer our own fears and trepidations associated with sharing the gospel to the kids we influence.”

To read the remainder of the article:

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