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Season 2 Episode 4 | How to Share Jesus Without Being Weird

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As teenagers and young adults (or even older adults!) there's a lot of pressure to fit in and we can worry that sharing our Christian faith will make us look weird. But is evangelism weird, or can it be completely normal and authentic?

Join Hannah and Chris as we chat to Emma Taylor (Xplore) and Dan Randall (Amplify) about their weird traits, why sharing faith doesn't have to be weird, and how evangelism can actually be exciting, authentic and natural... and something you can do at any age!

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