Faith provides us with both a moral and an ethical compass. This faith is slowly permeating our society and economy as people become important members of organizations that tackle global challenges. Now, more than ever before, we can make a difference in the world as a Christian.
Make Your Life Count
There are many ways that we can make a difference in the world as a Christian. Many of them start with us simply stepping outside of our door. Here are some things that Christ may call you to do today.
Prepare Your Heart
It’s important to prepare your heart before you walk out your front door each morning. Regardless of where your journey may take you throughout the day, God will be with you if you ask. He’ll help prepare your heart for the people you meet so you can minister to them. You never know when you may be the only person who can touch them in a special way.
Get Involved in Your Church
To be a world changer, you’ll need the support of your church family. They’ll be there to support you when you face trials and celebrate with you when you make a difference in the world as a Christian.
Commit to Being a Difference Maker
You never know what trials may come your way each day. Jesus never promised us a simple life while here on Earth. We must commit ourselves to Him and His calling in our lives.
Reach Out to a Specific Group of People
And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. – Matthew 24:14
While many missionaries have felt called to go to other countries, there are still many unreached people living in America today. Jesus calls each of us to work towards fulfilling the Great Commission regardless of where we live. It’s up to us to be daring and do those things that others either can’t or won’t do. Make a difference in the world as a Christian by reaching out to the unchurched in your neighborhood.
Now It’s Your Turn
By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. – John 13:35
God loves us with a radical love. He calls us to love others with this same love. As you go out into the world today, how will you share this love with others, even when you receive nothing in return for it?