Faith. Everybody lives by it—even atheists! That's right. Everyone you know trusts something they believe in but can't prove or know absolutely. They take it on faith. And if you want to talk to your friends about your faith, it helps to understand what they believe and how they got there. Because badgering people to change their minds just doesn't work.
The eight-lesson Faith Path DVD, based on Mark Mittelberg's book Choosing Your Faith, builds on the author's sensible, even-handed approach to evangelism. Filmed live with an audience, lessons include teaching from Mittelberg, short interviews with six fascinating individuals talking about the six faith paths they were on before they came to Christ.
Use this DVD in conjunction with the Faith Path workbook to start a discussion about faith today!About the Faith Path workbook
Based on Mark Mittelberg's book Choosing Your Faith, this workbook (and the DVD it supports) builds on Mittelberg's sensible, evenhanded approach to evangelism. Inside you'll meet six fascinating people who looked at the world in six different ways before they embraced faith in Christ. Very likely you'll recognize people you know—and you may even recognize yourself.
Work through Faith Path and you will:
- Understand people who approach life differently from you
- Recognize the danger of paths that lead away from Christ
- Deepen your own faith in Christ and reinforce your reasons for believing
- Gain confidence in talking about Christ with others
Relativists, traditionalists, mystics, authoritarians, and others.they're all here. And after you understand how these folks think about faith, you can help them find a trustworthy pathway to truth. Because no matter what your friends believe, they still matter to God.MY REVIEW
This is a great study. It is ideal for small groups but could really be done in any setting. The questions in the workbook are designed to reach everyone, no matter where they are on their own faith path. The DVD is easy to watch and quite enjoyable. There is a leader's guide found in the back of the workbook which would be very helpful. I think this is an excellent starting point for those wanting to share their faith without being obnoxious.