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What’s Your Story?

Liquid Church
Jul 30, 2023

In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to forget the essence of being a Christian - sharing our faith and impacting lives. Our stories hold the power of transformation as we invite others to experience the love of God. Let's explore the significance of sharing our faith and gaining the confidence to tell our stories purposefully. Let's shift our perspective and embrace the responsibility of touching others through our unique testimonies.


Our lives are like a beautiful tapestry woven with unique experiences, challenges, triumphs, and growth. As Christians, we are called to share how Jesus changed our lives, for our testimonies hold the power to impact others profoundly. Embracing our stories means acknowledging the moments when we weren't in church and faith seemed distant, but it also includes recognizing that pivotal moment when we encountered God and our lives took a new trajectory. Our stories are not just about personal victories; they are powerful testaments of God's grace and love in our lives.

In Psalm 107:2, we are reminded, "Let the redeemed of the Lord tell their story—those he redeemed from the hand of the foe." We are the redeemed, and our stories have the potential to glorify Him and bring hope to others who may be facing struggles or uncertainties. By sharing our journey, we invite others to experience the transformative power of faith, showing them that they, too, can find solace and guidance through a relationship with God.


Sharing our stories is not about boasting or imposing our beliefs on others but offering hope, inspiration, and the message of God's love. Our stories become a powerful means of preaching the Good News, as Romans 10:14 emphasizes, "How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?" Through our authentic and relatable experiences, we can convey the love and grace of God to those who haven't heard or experienced it for themselves.

It's natural to feel nervous or uncomfortable about sharing our stories, questioning whether we have what it takes to impact someone else's life. However, others can find strength and hope in our vulnerabilities and struggles. We must be confident in sharing our journey, understanding that we never truly know whose life we might change through our words and the power of God working through us. As we tell our stories, we invite others to embark on their journey of faith and transformation.


The purpose of being a Christian goes beyond attending religious activities; it is about persuading others to experience the love and grace of God. Our stories have the potential to sow seeds of hope and faith, touching countless lives in ways we may never fully comprehend. In fulfilling this purpose, we embrace the words of 1 Peter 3:15, "But in your hearts, revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect." By sharing our stories with gentleness and respect, we become beacons of hope, guiding others toward the love and light of God's presence.

As Christians, we are responsible for impacting lives through the power of our stories. Our purpose is not merely to sing songs, watch sermons, and stay out of trouble but to be agents of change and ambassadors of God's love. So, let us confidently share our stories, lighting the path for others to find their way to God's love and, in doing so, contribute to a more compassionate and connected world. God wants to use your story to impact someone else’s story! 


For more encouragement, support, and tools to equip you, we encourage you to check out these additional resources:

  • MESSAGE: To watch Liquid Church's entire message on "What’s Your Story?” from Part Four of our Series, “Through You,” Click here
  • ARTICLE: Have you ever wondered: "Does God still speak to people?" Or perhaps you've asked yourself, "How do I know when I should follow a nudge from God and take a risk to talk with someone about Jesus?" Ready to learn how to hear from the Holy Spirit? Click here
  • MESSAGE: Who is close to you but far from God? Who is going through a tough time and needs your help? To learn the 5 ways to B.L.E.S.S. your neighbor, Click here