Many people struggle to talk about Jesus. This course will inspire you to share your faith.
What can I do to share my faith?
You can show the trailer to your church on Sundays, or through your social media channels, to encourage everyone in your church to take this Talking Jesus journey. Then use the video course in small groups during the week, watching the video, discussing it, applying it to your situation, and praying together asking God to help you make Jesus known.
The goal is to equip Christians to make the most of every opportunity to help friends, colleagues and family members to consider Jesus for themselves and to become his followers.
‘The Talking Jesus course seems to have caught the need of the moment as people want to know how to put their faith into words. The course is being used by an amazing number of churches – large and small, black and white, in cities, towns and villages: RCCG, Methodist, Anglican, Baptist and new churches.…
We wanted a video-based course to prepare each member of our church to make the most of every opportunity to share their faith. This creative and engaging course fits the bill. Dave Smith, Senior Pastor, Kingsgate Community Church
‘Talking Jesus is a simple way of equipping us to have conversations about Jesus with friends and family. I think any Christian could benefit from its encouragement.’ Richard Jackson, Bishop of Lewes, Church of England
‘Hope’s creative and strategic resources couldn’t have been produced at a better time. The ideas are extremely useful as we face the challenges of a sustained programme of evangelism, church-planting, discipleship and social action.’ Pastor Modupe Afolabi, Executive Administrator of RCCG Central Office
‘Now I feel confident talking about my walk with Jesus. I’m not very good at speaking up and can never seem to find the right words. As a Christian I tend to avoid mentioning church at all to my non-church friends. That’s what the Talking Jesus course changed for me. The videos were like windows;…
‘The Talking Jesus resources have been immensely useful as we seek to support evangelisation and to encourage a new missionary impetus in the life of the Church.’ Bishop Mark o’Toole, who leads the Catholic Church’s Department of Evangelisation and Catechesis