Today, the question is not so much “Is it true?” or even “Does it work?”, but “Does it feel good?”…To approach people through their feelings, a way that was almost taboo in the fifties, is not wrong. We do not pretend that feelings are the most important things: they are merely the most important to them at present. If they feel good about the gospel we present to them, they are going to want to find out if it works and if it is true! It is simply the wise starting point for reaching many modern people.” Michael Green, Sharing Your Faith With Friends and Family

 Are you feeling Green? I am – want to talk about it, leave a comment…

FYI – Green can adress peoples feelings without giving them merely a ‘feel good’ gospel. The key is understanding that Green’s concern here is our original approach to our non-Christian family member or friend. Not the midwife delievery of the gospel which comes latter (but our approach is part of embodying the gospel to them)…