God Space: Where Spiritual Conversations Happen Naturally It

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The term evangelism has a lot of stigmas attached to it. Some people (some believers (not all)) see it as a great and very necessary thing that we all are called to practice and do everyday. While other people (non-believers and believers alike) view evangelism as street preachers telling passerby that they are heathens and they are going to hell if they don’t get Jesus. When it comes to evangelism, obviously you want to do the first one and not the second. But how do you properly do it? What do you even say? What if the person is super atheist and would never want to talk about God? Of course these are rhetorical questions, but we all have had, if not do have them. Well, the book God Space: Where Spiritual Conversations Happen Naturally …show more content…
It also assesses how apply all of these different principles to real life evangelism. The book starts out on more of the negative parts of evangelism with ‘Spiritual Conversation-Killers’. Stuff like judgement, awkward transitions, agendas, and disrespect are all examples of this. Then the book continues to discuss different ways of getting into a spiritual conversation. Whether that be: listening, wondering, serving, or noticing. There are several ways that you can get into a spiritual conversation without having to have your own agenda and twist the conversation so it unnaturally transitions to a spiritual talk. It continues on with different elements that you need to apply to your spiritual conversation, such as: God’s teeter-totter, putting spiritual appetizers into your conversations, and how to bring appropriate scripture into the conversation without it seeming forced. Then the book takes a different turn and goes to a different topic altogether. That being: how to rebuild burnt bridges. I believe we can all understand the analogy. The conversation you had with that non-believer that went horribly

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