There are two ways to share: online or in person. These methods can be adapted for either approach.
This isn’t so much about preparing what you will say as learning to ask effective, engaging questions. The response you get will help you determine what resource would be best to share. It’s easy to engage people from all walks of life in conversation: Your hairdresser, grocery checkout clerk, plumber, neighbor, friend, your online friend community, fellow church members, city and county officials, community leaders, business owners, school teachers, and parents, strangers. If you feel uncomfortable starting a conversation with a stranger, start with someone you know.
Many of your friends and neighbors will welcome the simple resources for healing that are contained in this resource. How will they learn about it? From you! Here are some ways you can share these lifesaving principles.
Be sure you understand what they said.
So what I hear you saying is . . . (repeat back what you think you heard). Is that what you mean?
I feel that way sometimes, too.
I am concerned about that, too.
That must be really hard.
Short, relatable testimony
I was sick . . .
Had family member sick . . .
Tried a natural remedy (specify) and it helped.
Watched a video about natural remedy (specify).
Can I send you a link?
Here’s a list of Nature’s Immune Builders.
Can I pray for/with you?
Here is a text/promise that has been an encouragement to me.
Would you like to come to our church for (specify worship service, community health class, meal)?
Would you like to learn what the Bible says about health/prophecy/the times in which we live?
•What do you think about the COVID-19 crisis?
•What do you think is going to happen?
•How has the COVID-19 crisis affected you? Your family?
•Have you been sick?
•Is your family well?
•What are your biggest concerns/needs?
•Do you have a faith background?
•Is anyone helping you?
•Do you have a church family?