Get ready to discuss "Missionary Work: Sharing What Is in Your Heart" by Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf with these helpful questions. What will you be focusing on?
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Questions to Ponder
The Apostle Paul reminds us that there is strength in numbers. Considering this important statement about the strength of numbers, why is it important for every member to share what is in his/her heart with all who are not members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints?
What are some ways that we can become more effective disciples?
Elder Uchtdorf says that we should invite people to give three invitations to others as we speak with them. What are the three invitations, and why did Elder Uchtdorf present them in the order he did?
What are some different ways in which we be a witness in both actions and words to those who have not yet heard the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ?
How can we overcome our hesitancy to approach others with our testimony?
What are constructive ways that we can respond to rejection when we are sharing the gospel?
What examples of effective discipleship do we see in the mission of the Apostle Paul?
What kinds of obstacles to everyday missionary work do you find in your own daily life? How can those obstacles be overcome?
What do you believe your Heavenly Father expects of you in regards to missionary work? How do those perceived expectations affect you in your missionary activities?
What do you think the most important strength you have been given to do missionary work? How can you improve that strength?
You may want to reference my post “How to Do Missionary Work that’s Not Out of Your Comfort Zone” as well.