We're afraid of being judged. We're afraid of looking or feeling awkward. We're afraid of putting ourselves in situations that are not managed or formatted or Instagrammable.
That's one of the main reasons I started driving for Uber. For the first 2 months, I didn't even evangelize. I was just getting used to talking to random strangers about random things. As an introvert, that's a huge leap. I know I know - I'm a pastor who speaks in public at least twice a week. I have to meet new people and get outside my comfort zone. I've done that for years. and I've gotten better at it. But I'm not comfortable. That's what being an introvert means.
Talking to people, and eventually, talking to people about Jesus, is a skill that needs to be developed and practiced like almost everything we do that we want to get good at. It's taken this introvert some time and lots of practice, but now I regularly talk to people at bus stops, supermarket checkout lines, malls, parks, Costco, etc. Now, I almost never have a camera with me to record those interactions out there, but I have several cameras in my car when I Uber / Lyft. So I made this video montage of uber scenes so people can get some tips on How to Turn Regular Conversations into Spiritual Conversations about Faith.
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