When It Comes to Sharing the Gospel, Stop Making Excuses, Trust God!

Episode Notes:

Focus Scripture: Mark 16:15

Hi, Friends,

One of the situations in life that we can all identify with is the anxiety that comes with stepping out of our comfort zones. In other words, it is the idea of doing something that makes us feel inadequate and quite uncomfortable, especially in today’s polarized, fragmented society. For some, it could be public speaking, taking the lead in a project, confronting an issue head-on, and yes, sharing the gospel. In our daily walk with God, we quickly learn that the Holy Spirit is always prompting us to step out of our comfort zones to grow us in our faith and more like Jesus Christ. I pray that today’s podcast will be a blessing to you and speak to your heart as the Lord wills.

Darryl Orrell

“When It Comes to Sharing the Gospel, Stop Making Excuses, Trust God!” by Darryl Orrell
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