UGP 154 - Micah Wilder - Former Mormon Missionary now Reaching Mormons (Replay of #142)
TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE
As a former Mormon missionary, how do you go back and tell people you converted to Mormonism what you taught them was a lie? With one family Micah baptized into the LDS church after the death of their young child, it was a long, difficult, and painful process.
What is one of the most effective things we can do to reach Mormons, especially ones that are hostile to the message of grace?
How do you navigate the danger of knowing so much about Mormonism (or any other religion) that your knowledge might actually hurt the effectiveness of your witness?
Lynn, Joel, and Micah explore all these topics in this deep, rich, and at times emotional episode. Join us for a podcast full of insight and moving stories that will encourage and move your heart as you experience a grace that heals.
- All have sinned (Romans 3:23)
- If we don’t have love (1 Corinthians 13)
- A ready defense but do so in love (1 Peter 3:15)
- No man can serve two masters (Matthew 6:24)
- That which comes in to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10)
- Not with words of eloquent wisdom (1 Corinthians 1:17; 2:1)
QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE
I see people as an image bearer of God, I need to have love as my motive. ~ Micah
Our goal is to see people come to a saving faith in Christ. ~ Micah
Every person we engage with are unique. The biggest mistakes we make we want to presuppose what they believe. Get them talking, ask questions, find out from the Word of God what they need. ~Micah
All you need to share the Gospel is to know the Gospel and know Christ. ~Micah
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