The Three Secrets to Sharing the Faith by Trent Horn
Manhood • 52m
Want to tell others about your Catholic Faith, but don't how where to start? Afraid you're not smart enough, knowledgeable enough, or outgoing enough?
Don't worry, says Catholic Answers apologist Trent Horn. With a few simple tips and a little practice, anyone can be an effective apostle and evangelist. In The Three Secrets to Sharing the Faith, Horn draws on his long experience dialoguing about religion and life issues (with people ranging from politely curious to downright hostile) to identify for you the most important steps to initiating such discussions—and making them fruitful.
In clear language illustrated with real-life examples, Trent explains:
Why you don't need to know all the right answers—just how to ask the right questions
How to control the direction of an argument when you get stumped
Keys to finding and building common ground with even the most argumentative opponent
How to keep discussions civil and positive—whether they're with family at the dinner table or strangers on Facebook
...and many more insights that will take you from hesitant to confident. You don't need to be tongue-tied anymore. Watch The Three Secrets to Sharing the Faith today and become a more fluent champion of God's Church and his truth.
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