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My Boyfriend isn’t a Christrian, but wants me to minister to him. How?

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My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost 4 months now (Im 16, hes 15) and I love him to bits and pieces and we’ve been best friends for over a year before we started dating. But, there’s one problem…He’s not a Christian.. Yeah, we’ve talked about it and he wants me to minister to him a little then start taking him with me to church. But… I have no idea where to start. He used to go to church as a child, but then his parents quit going and believes in God but he’s unsure and lost. I want to help him, but again, I have no idea where to start.

January 10, 2015 at 08:05


Well this seems a little backwards. Usually people don’t want others to minister to them, not the other way around. Well dude, this has an easy solution. Take him to church with you. Get him into the flow of things there and maybe try to help keep him accountable with spending time with God every day. And if you can’t personally keep him accountable like that, than by taking him to church, he can find other people who can help. All you have to do is take him.

January 11, 2015 at 13:20


Hello! That’s awesome that your relationship is going well! Just because he’s not a Christian doesn’t mean I’m going to give you flack. The best part about this is that he WANTS you to minister to him, and he’s open to listening to you about what God wants you to tell him. If you go to Youth Group, and you like your Youth Group and you believe that it’s Biblical, try taking him there (because it’s fun).
If he sees God as boring, mean, or just doesn’t listen, explain to him that He’s actually your FRIEND.
Another thing I’d like to point out: Loving your boyfriend (or anyone) relationship-wise isn’t going to change anything about his faith, but loving him they way God loves him will affect him immensely. The least you could do (if you’re tongue-tied) is to love him for WHO HE IS, not what he does for you. God loves us unconditionally, and He’s done SO MUCH for us. It’s impossible to pay Him back, so therefore, He loves us because we’re His children. There’s so way He loves us because of what we do for Him.
So, I’d start by loving your boyfriend like he’s the child of the One True King — Because he is!!
Hope this helped! Praying for ya, girl!

January 11, 2015 at 22:09
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