During the month of November, my Facebook feed is filling up with expressions of thankfulness.
The general idea is that each day of November, a person will post something they are thankful for.
Even if you don’t live in the United States (maybe you are an expat, or a missionary abroad, or a citizen of another country that chooses to read this website), you can still use Thanksgiving as a natural time for an evangelistic conversation.
Gospel starter questions for Thanksgiving:
- What are you thankful for?
- Whom are you thankful to?
These two starter questions will most likely open up some spiritual conversation during this month of November.
You want to look for evidence of spiritual thirst in your conversation.
Try these first at home around the dinner table.
Then try them with a few close friends.
Consider lunch time opportunities with your co-workers.
Or maybe toss out a “Happy Thanksgiving” to a random stranger you meet and then ask.
If you want other conversation starters, consider the lists found on this page.
Share your experiences:
Bookmark or share this page. If you have a conversation using these questions, share your outcome here. Let’s encourage one another.
Dear Man of God
Doeas thanksgiving collections belong to the pocket of the pastor for his personal use?
Are the congregants forced to donate towards the pastor’s birthday parties coerively?
Should the tithes not be used for charity and food in the church storehouse instead of the pastor keeping everthing to himself and not even updating the church on project progress?
This has divided the church. Any biblical support beyond the srciptures that say, believersshould make offerings as they are led by the spirit and not forcefully.
Thanks for the question. It is off topic so I will reply personally by email.