New ‘Who’s Your One’ devotional aims to equip students to share their faith

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was originally written by Brandon Elrod

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) — Since the launch of the “Who’s Your One” evangelism initiative, the North American Mission Board (NAMB) has created several resources designed to encourage believers to share their faith. The fourth of these devotionals aims to equip students.

“This devotional is geared specifically towards cultivating your heart to go tell your ‘one’ about Jesus, by helping you spend time with the Lord in Scripture reading and in prayer every day,” said Shane Pruitt, executive director for next-gen evangelism at NAMB. “I know for me personally, when I am walking in intimacy with God through Scripture reading and prayer, I naturally will share out of the overflow of my own worship of Jesus. We all naturally talk about what our heart is excited about.”

The “Who’s Your One 30 Day Devotional for Students” is the most recent devotional in a lineup that includes a family devotional, prayer guide, and a general 40-day devotional, all of which may be accessed through WhosYourOne.com or through the mobile YouVersion Bible app. In total, these devotionals have been downloaded more than 13,300 times.

“Who’s Your One is an evangelism initiative that every believer can be a part of, no matter your age,” said Catherine Renfro, a NAMB evangelism strategist. “If you know Jesus, you can identify someone who doesn’t know Jesus, pray for them, and look for opportunities to share the Gospel with them.”

The Who’s Your One student devotional is designed to be a personal resource for students and provides next-gen leaders, college pastors and student pastors with a tool to encourage youth and young adults to pray for and seek out opportunities to have gospel conversations with their friends and family members.

For these devotionals and other helpful evangelism resources, visit WhosYourOne.com/for-you.

This article was originally published by Baptist Press at bpnews.net

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