By John Stonestreet
So what can we do to bridge the polarization gap? First, we need to be among those Christians who are sharing the good news with our neighbors. The Lord has planted us in this culture, in our neighborhoods, families, and places of employment, and communities. A great resource to help us confidently reach out to our lost friends and neighbors is one that we’ve told you about before—“The Sacrament of Evangelism,” by Jerry Root and our own Stan Guthrie. “The Sacrament of Evangelism” helps Christians come alongside hurting people with gospel hope, and encourages them to see Jesus as the answer to their longings—longings that secularism will never satisfy.