Sharing Christ focuses on personal or friendship evangelization, sharing our relationship with Jesus in our daily encounters with people. The course helps to develop an attitude of the heart that moves us to be open to share the Good News we have experienced anytime and anywhere.
A Typical Sesssion
Sharing Christ consists of seven sessions. The final session takes place in a retreat setting. The weekly sessions include four components: prayer time, a video teaching, fellowship, and small group discussion.
The prayer time is more extended in Sharing Christ, as participants continue growing in group prayer and worship.
2. Video Teaching
The teachings provide practical and accessible ways to share our relationship with Jesus Christ in our daily encounters with people.
The time of fellowship over drinks and desserts comes after the teaching as people transition into their small groups.
4. Small Groups
The small groups are a place to freely discuss the teaching content, as well as a place of accountability for completing the action items included in each session.
"[Sharing Christ] has lit a fire under a lot of people here and I rejoice at what God is doing in our parishes because of it."
– Fr. Tim
- Called to Share Christ
- Befriending Others
- Sharing Your Story
- The Power to Share Christ
- Presenting the Good News
- Inviting Others to Meet Jesus
- Retreat: Put Out Into the Deep For a Catch
Dave Nodar is the founder and director of ChristLife. For over 40 years he has been a lay leader in renewal and evangelization in the Catholic Church.
Dianne Davis is the NY Regional Director for ChristLife. She has helped dozens of parishes begin the ChristLife series in the Archdiocese of New York.
Rev. Erik Arnold is the pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Ellicott City, MD and ChristLife's liaison to the Archbishop of Baltimore.
"I would highly recommend this course to any parish seeking to deepen its members' awareness of our common call to be evangelists for Christ and to provide Holy Spirit-inspired tools solidly rooted in Scripture and Church tradition as a way to answer that call."