Any Christian can get caught in the “bubble.” You start by spending much of your time with Christian friends because of your similar interests. You worship with other Christians on Sundays and perhaps during the week in a Bible study or small group. Before you know it, you have very little contact with unbelievers. While friendships with other Christians are invaluable, the Great Commission means finding opportunities to share the gospel—outside the bubble.
You can find new opportunities to share your faith—if you intentionally look for them.
But being in the bubble doesn’t mean you’re trapped. You can find new opportunities to share your faith—if you’re intentional about looking for them. For example, you can “hit the streets” with God’s good news. Sound scary? It doesn’t have to be.
Street evangelism is a time-tested method. Paul often evangelized in public places as he traveled throughout Asia and Europe. But he wasn’t unique in having this ability. You can do the same:
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