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12 ways to share Christ on Christmas

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Greg Stier

DSC016731. Invite neighbors over to your house for egg nog (or whatever) and let the conversation naturally unfold. Idea: Ask the question, “What does Christmas mean to you?” to get the party started.

2. Drop gifts off to friends/family/co-workers/classmates and include a note that lets them know what Christmas means to you (tying in the gospel story of course!)

3. Include a simple evangelistic website in your e-mails. Here are a few excellent ones:, and

4. Take a friend to Stabucks for a Peppermint Mocha Latte and start the gospel conversation over calories and caffeine!

5. Do a “drive by” blessing. Literally load your family up in your car and look for people walking on the streets in a poor part of your town that you can bless with a physical gift (cash, food, clothes, etc) and a spiritual one (the gospel!)

6. Serve at a local rescue mission and share Jesus as you do!

7. Include a well-written, well-designed, crystal-clear gospel tract in your Christmas cards.

8. Go caroling, give cookies, share Jesus.

9. Post this video to your Facebook page with this question, “What do you think about God during this Christmas season?” Then navigate the gospel conversation:

10. Bless a bell ringer by dropping a generous donation in their bucket, offering them a cup of hot chocolate to warm them up and engaging them in a gospel conversation.

11. Share Jesus with the salespeople you are buying last minute gifts from (at the very least they’ll probably pretend to be interested and, at most, they’ll put their faith in Jesus!)

12. Leave a gospel tract, along with milk and cookies for Santa on Christmas Eve. ūüôā

So which one of these will you do this Christmas season (or, what’s your idea that’s not on the list?)

*Reprinted from last year’s blog (and adjusted just a bit!)

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