Workplace Evangelism for the 99 Percent

Bill Peel and Jerry White
August 21, 2023


The second in a four part series about workplace evangelism. The authors explain that a Christ-like character needs to be visible as trusting relationships are developed.

"...spiritual conversations become more compelling—to non-Christians and Christians alike—when we view evangelism as a process that builds on earning the right to be heard, building trust, and showing before telling.

While none of us reflects Christ perfectly, four components make our witness in the workplace more believable: competence, faithfulness, character, and concern. These four are persuasive ways the Holy Spirit can use through us to help people take one step closer to Christ."

Image : Photo by Antonio Janeski on Unsplash

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