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Reply To: What is one tangible way that you plan to exhibit Hebraic leadership in your own neighborhood after taking this course?

Stevin Surajin


I can truly understand and even respect your desire to share the Gospel with your Arab/Muslim neighbors. I live in a neighborhood, that has a high population of immigrants, and while I am focused on sharing the Gospel with all people who have not heard the Good News, I feel that one of the things that the Lord has called me to do is to share the Gospel within my neighborhood as well. Being an immigrant myself, I do understand some of the nuances in culture, and I am focused on building relationships and friendships with my neighbors many of whom are non-believers despite any barriers to language or culture. One thing that I’ve learned is that the Holy Spirit is especially instrumental in providing discernment in understanding any issues or difficulties my neighbors may be facing, as well as the best ways to support them as well. Thank you for what you are doing, it is deeply encouraging to hear from other Gospel sharers and church planters!