In Martin Luther’s explanation of the First Article of the Creed, he states that “[God] richly and daily provides me with all that I need to support this body and life.” In other words, God not only gives us the gift of eternal life, but He also cares for our earthly, human life. As Christian witnesses, we are called to extend such human care to those around us.
By bearing witness to the hope of God’s plan for our salvation, we offer the ultimate answer to life’s biggest questions. However, in sharing that eternal hope, we should not deny when people need earthly, human care.
Witnessing to people in need of human care means caring for the whole person. We work to meet their physical needs while also meeting their spiritual needs by sharing the Gospel.
The Every One His Witness Context Modules specifically address witnessing to people in need of human care.
Modules currently available include:
- Post Abortion Syndrome
- Depression or Anxiety
Modules planned include:
- Disaster Relief
- Local/Regional Crisis
- National Crisis
- Social Ministry
- Special Needs
- Substance Abuse
- Gambling Addiction
- Risk of Suicide
- Pornography Addiction
Preview: Witnessing to People with Depression or Anxiety
Every One His Witness Website
Every One His Witness Self-Study Guide
A Biblical Response to Abortion
A Biblical Response to Suicide
Available from CPH, this series offers brief and easy-to-read summaries of important cultural topics for people who want to know what God’s Holy Word says about cultural issues that touch our lives.
- Witnessing (Individual Evangelism)
- Basic Witnessing
- Witnessing in Specific Contexts
- World Religions
- Religious Organizations & Movements
- Life Events/Issues
- Outreach (Congregational Evangelism)