158 – You Don’t Have to Share the Gospel to Share the Gospel

To share the gospel is not blasting every little thing about your faith online. It’s okay to have a private relationship with God.

Welcome to the wacky world of faith and social media where we’ve been conditioned to share every little detail about our faith online to justify our salvation. Did you pray today? You better post about it! Have a blessing loft your way? Public proclamations are in order! Maybe you are feeling a bit of a struggle come on… BUT GOD IS GOOD!


Your relationship with Christ is intimate. And like most other intimate relationships, some things are meant to keep private. This week, for our episode that officially marks THREE YEARS OF THIS SHOW, we are talking about something that is basically the polar opposite of a podcast. (fitting, right?) We are talking about how wanting to keep your faith more personal to you is actually completely okay. Sorry evangelicals, sharing the gospel isn’t what you think it is.

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