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Form A Circle

Someone who believes in God who knows another Christian from the HR department at work or the robotics club at school could begin playing a role in the next great awakening of Christianity in the public square.



A Christian may know one or two friends from the gym, a yoga class, work, or school who believe in God, and those friends could be invited to talk about this matter on a walk or at a Starbucks.

One way Christians can help revive Christianity in the public square is by forming a circle that considers ideas for promoting a peaceful Christian presence. A Christian may know one or two friends from the gym, a yoga class, work, or school who believe in God, and those friends could be invited to talk about this matter on a walk or at a Starbucks.


Talking with friends openly in public about one’s faith in God promotes a Christian presence in society in itself. In terms of discussing ideas for promoting a Christian presence, some of the key conversations should focus on how to build an awareness among Christians that expressing one’s faith openly is not the same as forcing it on others. Expressing one’s faith can be as simple as mentioning to a coworker that one enjoys going to Church on Sunday during a chat about weekend plans.


As circles of two or three form across states, loci will form that can eventually be connected to a larger movement, a movement of the Christian public. This movement is intended to unite Christians in supportive friendship and to help free many of them from the misunderstanding that they are not supposed to share their faith outside of Church. Someone who believes in God who knows another Christian from the HR department at work or the robotics club at school could begin playing a role in the next great awakening of Christianity in the public square.



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