Evangelize at work

Dear Sister,

At my workplace, I am the only Christian. Sometimes at work, people make comments such as “for God’s sake” which is I am offended by. People are very blinded. No one at my workplace knows I am a Christian. It is not that I am ashamed but I don’t really know how to put it out there. I would really like to tell people about Jesus/evangelize but I don’t know how to without sounding like I am condemning, forcing or judging.

Perhaps you can give me some advice on how to go about this.


Hello, 

I seen your instagram post about how to evangelize at the work place. I personally believe you should be able to evangelize without even speaking a word. Our life should speak for itself. No matter how many verses we recite if it has not taken root in our heart then it will not reflect in our life. 
I believe she should stay true to her beliefs and live out Christ daily even if it’s through her quietness. God will get his glory in his time. 
Hopefully this was helpful 
Instagram name @morgantracyj


Be led by your spirit


For the Dear Sister;
Being the only Christian in a situation is hard. I find that just living for Christ and showing his guiding hand helps alot more. I, personally, also give out pass-along cards with a bright smile to let others know God loves them and they are in my thoughts. But most importantly, pray. Pray that the Lord will guide you and help you find the best way to go about ministering.

God Bless.


For the Dear Sister;
Being the only Christian in a situation is hard. I find that just living for Christ and showing his guiding hand helps alot more. I, personally, also give out pass-along cards with a bright smile to let others know God loves them and they are in my thoughts. But most importantly, pray. Pray that the Lord will guide you and help you find the best way to go about ministering.

God Bless.


I always let people know where I stand. Sometimes it might be through my act of kindness, or by my words of encouragement. Though we are not perfect we always ask the Lord to direct our path and help us to spread his love to others and bring his light every where we go-By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. -John 13:35. Our character sometimes draw people to us and they want to know more and we can share the love of Christ with them. Be the love and change you want to see first. Above all commit it to God. God bless you @pearlsisters and all my beautiful sisters in Christ💖😘

4 thoughts on “Evangelize at work

  1. As Christians the life we lead will make others know that there is something different about us. The early Christians were called ‘Christians’ because they had a Christ- like attitude. They didn’t have to announce that they were Christ’s disciples, they had His nature. It’s good to evangelize and publicly declare our faith, but we also need to make our lives patterned as that of Christ. There is a saying that our lives might be the only Bible that people get to read. If we act godly, we do not get ourselves involved in the activities of the world, people will notice a difference (a positive one) and by that we’ll win them for Christ.
    Remember in all you do put Christ first. If Jesus won’t approve, it’s not worth doing. WWJD (What Would Jesus Do) that’s what should affect our daily decisions; also we should never be ashamed to publicly declare our faith. There’s nothing shameful about it, it’s the only religion that sets free and delivers so why be afraid. Even if people mock you remember Jesus promised that we have a great reward in heaven Matthew 5:11-12; 1 Peter 4:14; 1 Peter 3:14

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  2. I would really like to tell people about Jesus/evangelize but I don’t know how to without sounding like I am condemning, forcing or judging.

    One step not to sound like you are condemning, forcing or judging is not to do so. Jesus told us not to judge others. (Matthew 7:1+2). We ourselves are saved by God’s grace only not by our own merit. So there is no reason for us to think harshly about others who have not come to Christ so far.

    On the other hand people may be prejudiced against believers and strongly disagree with several of the Christian standards. As you try to testify to them they will try to make you feel you were wrong. They may try to influence you emotionally and show their disapproval.

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