Aug. 29 – How Do We Engage Our Community, Part 2

Aug. 29 – How Do We Engage Our Community, Part 2


In the world of the first century, privacy was in short supply—most of your life was lived in close proximity to others. For Christians, this meant that choosing to live out your faith would naturally lead to questions and discussions with non-Christians. While our situation is different, what does it look like for us to have conversations about spiritual issues with those coming from other perspectives? How can we engage others well in a pluralistic context?In the world of the first century, privacy was in short supply—most of your life was lived in close proximity to others. For Christians, this meant that choosing to live out your faith would naturally lead to questions and discussions with non-Christians. While our situation is different, what does it look like for us to have conversations about spiritual issues with those coming from other perspectives? How can we engage others well in a pluralistic context?


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