This is Walk the Way. Brought to you by Q Place. I’m Jeff Klein.
My daughter just returned from an amazing trip, tracing the footsteps of Paul and his companions on their missionary journeys.
It was fun to hear Lenna share her discoveries about how these first disciples adapted their approach to the various cultures they encountered.
For instance, in Ephesus, Paul begins his teaching in the synagogue, but when he finds obstinate people who refuse to believe, he heads to the local public lecture hall in town instead – and ends up holding daily discussions there for two years.
Paul understood that this was a culture that loved to dialog and discuss. So, instead of preaching and arguing, he facilitated discussion, too.
It’s been said that today is closer to 1st century culture than any other since. We are living in a time when people are open to talking about spiritual things. If that’s the case, we better learn how to move more like Paul.
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