On Workplace Evangelism – 1

good-newsToday I’m starting a series on workplace evangelism.

If you’ve been a Christian for any time at all, you have probably heard the phrase “workplace evangelism.”

Workplace evangelism is that thing you know you are supposed to do, and don’t do and yet don’t feel convicted enough to change.

Well, the good news is there is a reason you don’t feel guilty enough to change: a reason that may pleasantly surprise you.

You may even find that what you’ve always felt guilty about not doing is not what you should have been doing anyway.

You may find that what the Lord is expecting of you is actually easier and more sensible than what you’ve thought you should be doing.

You may find that some of the reservations you’ve felt have actually been the warnings of the Holy Spirit.

I think what you will find in this series is that what God expects of you is much more authentic and effective than what you think He has been expecting of you, and it will change the way you see your job.

Like much of what is written here, getting the proper perspective on workplace evangelism begins with understanding the context of the kingdom of God. That is where I will start in the next post. GS