For most of us, sharing the faith isn’t an easy thing to do, but Jesus expressly commanded us to do so.
“Go, therefore,* and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.* And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age.”Matthew 28:18-20
This isn’t just a nice thing to do but a divine command. Who are we to ignore it?
That doesn’t make it any easier. We’ve been pummeled into believing we can’t talk about religion in conversation. That it isn’t polite. And as a culture, we are so divided on just about everything that sharing anything regarding God can feel like we’re just asking to be attacked both within and without the base of believers.
There are ways in which to share the faith, however, even if you’re not up for the task of getting into an apologetics debate. My friend Gary Michuta, host of the radio show Hands On Apologetics, invited me on his show recently to discuss just that.
So download the episode below or listen to it on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or anywhere you normally access podcasts. The Catholic Mama is there!
And be sure to connect to Gary on his website GaryMichuta.com, grab a copy of one of his books, and hear him each weekday on his show Hands On Apologetics on Virgin Most Powerful Radio (don’t miss my episode on his show about the moral dangers of being spiritual but not religious!)
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EP 98: Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger with Gary Michuta
EP 139: Developing Your Catholic Intellectual Side with Simone Rizkallah
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