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students to reach their world.

Ask, Admire, Admit

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As you initiate conversations about Jesus with others, be sure to “ask, admire and admit.”

ASK questions to understand where others are coming from and what they believe about God.

ADMIRE what you can about what they believe.

ADMIT that the reason you’re a Christian is that you’re so messed up that you need someone else to rescue you.

Watch the video here. Then check out loads of ideas for specific questions you can ask and areas you can admire when talking to people from thirteen common worldviews.

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