Set them an example by doing what is good.
When nineteenth century preacher Phillips Brooks was asked why he was a Christian he replied, “I think I am a Christian because of my aunt, who lives in Teaneck, New Jersey.”
More than likely you’re a Christian because you knew one.
Most of us came to Christ because we saw him in a parent, a peer, an anonymous saint—or an aunt who lived in Teaneck, New Jersey.
You may not know it, but you’re being watched.
Be the reason the person watching becomes a disciple—be the reason someone will say, “I’m a Christian because of _________________, who lives in . . .
A Christian is usually someone who knew one.