15 Ways To Practice Lifestyle Evangelism

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Are you looking for creative ways to show Whose you are?  Here are a few I’ve used.  Add your suggestions in the comments.

Wear a piece of jewelry that invites discussion.

Take a glass of something cold to your neighbor, or the person doing lawn work, etc.

Visit someone in a hospital or nursing home that doesn’t get visitors.

Call to say I’m thinking of you.

Invite the person who is sitting alone (in church, in a restaurant) to sit with you.

When someone’s name pops into your mind send them an ‘I’m thinking of you’  note.

Follow through when you’ve said you would do something.  If you said I’ll call, then call.

Don’t hesitate to pray anywhere and anytime you’re asked. 

Be sincere in your compliments.  People can always tell when you’re ‘just sayin’.

Ask someone you don’t know (while at the doctors, grocery, or other public places) if you can pray for them.  Do it right there.

Prayer-walk your neighborhood.  Pray for every home even if you don’t know the person living there.

When you get ready to get rid of your Christmas, Birthday, Anniversary cards put them in a box and keep them in your ‘prayer spot’.  Take one out each day and pray for that person.  Let them know you prayed with a call or a card/note.

Keep a Jar of Joys.  Put little slips of paper in it that tell about good things that have happened through the year. Go through it at the end of the year and give thanks for the joy and delight God has put in your life.

Invite someone who may be all alone to family dinners like Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter…

Take a picture frame that you aren’t using.  Put a sheet of blank paper behind the glass.  Write the names of those you want to pray for regularly.  Hang it in a place you see every day.  Mine is above my home/office desk.

Blessings to you and yours!

Marie

4 thoughts on “15 Ways To Practice Lifestyle Evangelism

  1. Awesome! Years ago when our neighbors children were small (they have kids of their own now), the brought cookies and caroled to us. What a precious memory that is! I know your neighbors will always remember that moment! Blessing to you and yours!

  2. You have a great list here, Marie. This Christmas season, I will be making some goodies for the kids to deliver to our neighbors. Thanks for sharing on Grace and Truth.

  3. I have never thought of some of these….prayer walk your neighborhood and keeping those in prayer who send us cards and newsletters. Each year I feel don’t know what to do with them and don’t want to throw away. And praying for our neighbors while I walk anyway is awesome! Thanks so much for helping me be a bit more intentional in evangelizing through prayer!

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