Engage in Meaningful Conversations about God...with Anyone!

The Arts of Spiritual ConversationsTM series helps ordinary Christians practice nine everyday activities that open a gateway for talking about God naturally with anyone. These practices reflect the way that Jesus interacted with people around him. Getting started is as simple as noticing, praying, and listening.

Why Arts?

Like learning a musical instrument or a new sport, getting good at spiritual conversations means practice. It is not something you achieve by reading a book or attending a seminar. Learning how to relate to people, especially with those who are different from you, calls for a change in your perspective. This happens when you cultivate new practices at a deep heart level, and the Arts of Spiritual Conversations are designed to help you do just that.

Click on one of the Arts below to learn more and download a module.
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What is the Arts curriculum? 

The Arts of Spiritual Conversations curriculum provides rich content, insightful questions, and hands-on practice that can improve all of your conversations and relationships. Want to try out the Arts? Download the free Introduction module!

Three unique Arts resources provide options for getting the basics, going deeper, and getting your whole church on board.

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All resources in the Arts series are available in our web store, where you can also
download the free Introduction Module

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What are people saying about the Arts?

"The Arts of Spiritual Conversations is a superb introduction not only to sensitive, non-intrusive evangelism but to the Christian life itself. I salute the Q Place fellowship for taking Jesus
Christ so seriously." – Dr. Frederick Dale Bruner

"I believe that if people really began to practice the Arts, we would see a dramatic change in the number and the quality of spiritual conversations with their friends, and that God would be glorified. – Lois Darbonne

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