When you think of sharing your faith with friends, perhaps you’re a bit timid, maybe a little anxious, but are you ever afraid?
Our student ministry here in Southeast Asia consists of believers in Christ from a myriad of traditions—those who don’t believe in anything, as well as people who are committed to other faiths.
One of our students joins for Bible study, for semester retreats, and even went to church on Good Friday. She’s not a Christian and comes from a strict family. Brooke asked her best friend what would happen if she were to become a Christian. She said, matter of factly, “Her uncle would probably kill her.”
How much do you believe Jesus is the Way, the Truth, the Life? Is this message worth dying for?
- Mike and Brooke, CBF field personnel serving in Southeast Asia