Who's Your One?

Practical Tips for Evangelism.

Imagine the impact if every Christian had ONE person they prayed for and shared the gospel with. Who are you committing to pray for? Who's your one?

Practical Tips for Evangelism

1. Find your one

Not sure how to answer the question, “Who’s your one?” yet? Here are a few suggestions to help.

• Family: Who could love your family members more than you do?

• Close friends: Who do you want to tell when you have news (good or bad)?

• Neighbor: Who lives right next door to you?

• Coworkers: Who works across from you, or who do you run into in the break room?

• Cashier or server: Who are the people you see at your regular shopping and dining spots?

• Classmate: Who do you see in class, the library or lab?

• Teammate: Who plays in the same league as you?

• Online friend: With whom do you engage on social media?

• Fellow parent: Who are the parents of your child’s friends?

• Workout buddy: With whom do you go to the gym or run?

2. Serve your one

Once you’ve identified your one, let them know you care through acts of service.

  • Take them out for a cup of coffee.
  • Write a note of encouragement.
  • Hand out notes of encouragement to those who serve you at grocery stores, restaurants, etc., letting them know they are prayed for and loved by Jesus.
  • Send a text asking how you can pray for them.
  • Drop off a gift card for your one at their door and leave them a hand-written note explaining why you did it.
  • Type up a note saying you’re offering to help your neighbors in any way they need. Leave it on neighbors' mailboxes or on their doors. Offer to do yard work, run errands, etc. Ask for prayer requests. Put contact information on the note.
  • Any time the Lord puts your one on your mind, take the time to pray for them, then send them a text or DM them to let them know you have been praying for them and ask how they are doing.
  • BLESS others by listening rather than talking. Jesus often engages people by asking them questions and loving them through conversations. Let people be heard and understood so that they feel safe and valued.
  • For more practical ways to serve some your one, visit fcbc.life/BLESS.

3. Start the conversation

Use these simple questions and conversation starters to lead the way to a gospel conversation with your one.

  • How’s your day going? Listen to how they respond and let them know you will be praying for them.
  • Go back and see them again and let them know you’ve been praying for them and follow up on how they are doing. Then ask if they have any spiritual beliefs.
  • Can I ask you a question that’s really important to me? Has anyone ever told you that God loves you and sent his son Jesus to die for you?
  • Do you have any spiritual beliefs? Are you a religious person?
  • How can I pray for you?
  • Do you have a church that you attend? Did you grow up in church? What were you taught about God growing up? Do you still believe that?
  • Do you believe in God? What do you believe about Him?
  • When is the last time someone told you that God loves you?
  • What do you think the solution to (insert recent troubling news event) is?
  • Can I share my story with you briefly? Or, can I tell you about the best thing that ever happened to me?
  • Relate with your one’s struggle as they share. Then let them know how Jesus was your only hope in your time of struggle
  • Once you begin building relationships and earning trust, look for opportunities to BLESS others by sharing the story of how Jesus is transforming your life and the world. For practical ways to share your story, visit fcbc.life/BLESS.

For more Who's Your One resources, visit whosyourone.com.