“I evaluate many organizations by: 'Do they have compassion?' 'Is their message Jesus?,' and 'Do they train and multiply?'."
      “I'm so thankful for Oasis, 'cause they’re doing it right. They're doing a biblical model.” —Josh McDowell



When we ask people permission to share our thoughts, we treat them with respect, and their defenses come down. Here's a way to transition your conversation...

"I'm working on a personal assignment and wonder if I could ask you a question?" If they agree, ask..."What would you say is the best thing that has ever happened to you?"

People invariably smile. Why? It taps into their memory archives and brings up pleasant thoughts.

After they finish their story, then ask..."May I share the greatest thing that has ever happened to me?"

Be brief. Sow the seed of the Gospel in around 60 seconds; that's a ONE-MINUTE WITNESSTM. A brief story will help keep your friend engaged.

Now it's time to start your story...

Five easy steps to your One-Minute Witness

1. Permission

2. B.C. (Before Christ)

3. T.P. (Turning Point)

4. A.D. (Anno Domini)

5. "If I had never met Jesus..."

The One-Minute Witness tool can revolutionize your life and mobilize you in sharing your faith without fear. Thousands of others are using it. So give it a try... for the sake of those God intends to influence through you!