Write it out!

Write down the salvation message on a card and a personal message of your faith and give it to someone. You could say something when you give the card by explaining it or give an extra word of encouragement. If it’s someone begging for food, you could perhaps give it to them with an apple or a sandwich.

The card can be very helpful in explaining your faith, especially with remembering all the important aspects of it.
After-all, Jesus did commission us to tell the world about Him.

Read about it in Matthew 28:16-20 (



Do you have that friend who refuses to believe in God for lack of evidence?

American journalist, Lee Strobel, made it his mission to disprove the existence of God after seeing his wife take “a blind leap of faith into religion” and became a Christian. It led him to discover that the accounts of Jesus’ death and resurrection are historically reliable. It led him to becoming a Christian himself.

The Case for Christ, based on the New York Times best-selling book, is a movie which shows that the Christian faith is real. When you watch it, why not invite some of your friends who are curious about the Christian faith?

Read 1 Peter 3:15 here –



God loves us so much that He sent His Son Jesus to die for our sins wow. That’s love in action.
It’s always amazing when someone treats you lovingly, whether it be giving you a hug, making you a cup of tea or sending you a scripture.

Gary Chapman identified 5 love languages (i.e. how we feel loved): words of affirmation, acts of service, gifts, affection and quality time. This can be used as a tool on how to show love. However, Jesus shows us ultimate love and He is our ultimate guide.

How could you love like Jesus this week?

Read 1 Peter 4:8 ( and 1 John 3:18 (



I used to dread testimony time. I grew up in a Christian home and I love Jesus. I never rebelled (cause why? That’s so much effort, no thanks). Everyone usually has transformation stories, mine is different.

One day a friend told me, well that’s your testimony – there are other people like you that can relate to that. That encouraged me and through that I’ve learnt to focus on my growth within my faith and ministry. God has still done a work in and through me, just in a different way.

How has God worked in and through you? Write it down. That’s your testimony!

Read 1 John 5:11-13 here: