Share and Share Alike

Liz has a plan to get a good grade without doing any work. And Lucille avoids an opportunity to tell Chamy about her faith.

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Memory Verse

“Always be ready to give an answer to anyone who asks you about the hope that you have”

Audio Icon   1 Peter 3:15



In this episode, Lucille struggles to share her faith with Chamy.Has anyone ever asked you about Jesus? Some day someone will. Will you know what to say? Would you be ready to tell them about the hope that you have in Jesus Christ? Or will you run away from the question?

What does it take to be ready? It takes two things. First, you must be able to tell about the good news of the gospel. You need to be ready with an explanation of what the Bible teaches about God, sin, salvation, and eternal life.

Second, have a story from your own life to share. Telling how God has made a difference in your life is powerful. It shows your friend that God is personally interested in our lives and loves and cares for us. Think of times that you were aware of God’s help and encouragement. Be ready to share this with someone who asks about the hope you have. When you know God’s story and your story, you can be ready to answer anyone who asks about the hope that you have in Jesus.

Want to dig deeper about sharing your faith? Read Mark 16:15,16, Philemon 1:6, and Mark 13:10.


Can you tell someone about your hope in God? Think about a time in your life when God helped you. Practice telling your story to your parents. Ask them about their stories, too. Today, try out your answer with your family. If you’ve already thought about it, you'll be able to answer when you’re asked.