Saturday, September 19, 2009

If this 10-year old girl can do it, why can't you?


Video by Adventist Mission

Why in the world is our age group so shy about sharing Christ? Why are we afraid to lead a Bible study? Why do many of us avoid eye contact with our Sabbath School teachers when they look for someone to pray in class? Why don't we talk with our friends about God when we're not in church? Maybe you do, but why don't most of us?

Are you afraid of what your friends will think of you? That you're weird or something? Are you unsure of what you believe as Christian? Do you think that maybe you won't know your Bible well enough and wouldn't know how to answer your friends' questions?

I don't know why; I'm just thinking out loud here. I mean, if you've got the answer please let us know! If this little girl living in the jungles of Brazil can take her friends and lead them in a Bible study, why can't I?

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