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Evangelization Myth #3

Published a year ago.

In the last post we busted the myth that because we don't know enough, haven't read enough, are unprepared to teach enough, that we cannot share our faith with others. We came to the conclusion that our faith is about a relationship with a person not a relationship with facts. When we know Jesus, we have all the material we need to share him with others. Now lets take a look at myth #3...

Evangelization Myth #3 - Evangelization is standing on a street corner shouting at people

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Evangelization Myth #2

Published a year ago.

In the last blog, we looked at the myth “evangelization is not for me.” We established that evangelizing is the Church’s deepest identity and that the Church exists to evangelize. Since we are the church, then evangelizing is our identity, and we exist to evangelize. If you are a Christian, evangelization is for you.

This week, we tackle the myth “I don’t evangelize because I don’t know enough”.

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Evangelization Mythbusters: Myth #1

Published a year ago.

In this series of blogs, we will look at a few reasons or “myths” for not evangelizing. We will bust these myths and give all Christians the tools to be effective evangelizers in our world.

Our first myth: "I am not an evangelist. That’s for preachers on TV, priests, and over-excited Christians but it is not for me."

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Light in the Darkness

Published a year ago.

When we look at, or focus on, the light of Jesus, the dark things in our lives don't seem as dark. In fact, the longer we look at Jesus, and the more time we spend with him, the more we realize that he is the Light of the World, that he is with us and, with him, "all things are possible" (Mt 19:26). 

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The Lost Art of Listening

Published a year ago.

“We need to practice the art of listening, which is more than simply hearing. Listening, in communication, is an openness of heart which makes possible that closeness without which genuine spiritual encounter cannot occur.” –Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium

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