Season: 9 Episode: 128
Have you ever wanted to talk about God and Christianity with others but you were not sure if you have all the answers? Michele knows how to get you in the conversation and walk away with the confidence that you didn’t put your foot in your mouth. She provides helpful tips and strategies on how to talk to others about God even if you feel like you’re not a Bible scholar (are any of us, really?) Listen to be encouraged and equipped!
“You won’t regret the conversations you had about God; you will only regret the ones you didn’t have.”
“The enemy will do anything he can to keep you from speaking the truth that will bring others closer to Christ.”
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Michele earned her B.S. from Drexel University where she majored in Photography and she also has an MBA from Mount St. Mary’s University. She has worked as a competitive intelligence/position-to-win analyst for over ten years at a defense contractor corporation.
Her passion for apologetics caught fire when God revealed how she could use many of her analytical skills to help explain and defend the Gospel, combining her love of God with her tenancy towards logic. She currently serves at her local church in children’s ministry, youth group and women’s ministry as an apologetics teacher. She is always on the lookout for additional Christian Apologetic resources to expand her knowledge and further enable her to love the Lord her God with all her heart, soul and mind.
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You’re going to teach us how to talk to skeptics about God. First, what is a skeptic?
Do you think people in the US are skeptics? Most people believe in some higher power.
What do you find people have the most questions about?
How do we have effective conversations with skeptics?
How do we get armed with these answers and why do we need to if we want to convince others of the truth of Christianity?