As the world becomes more and more hostile toward Christians, I feel it is more and more important for Christians to let their lights shine. I'm looking for suggestions on how to let the secular world know that we are not ashamed of our Lord. Here are some things I've done or am doing currently. What have you done or what do you want to do? Several years ago on Father's Day, an internation group of Christians that prayed together all agreed that we would contact churches in our areas and ask people to wear a white ribbon on Father's day to honor the greatest Father of them all, the Heavenly Father. Some people only wore it on that Sunday, some people wore it the previous week. When it was over, we got an amazing number of reports of how that opened doors for sharing the story of Christ. My favorite was from a teacher in Arizona. She would have been fired if she had brought up Christ herself without being asked, but when a student said, "Why are you wearing a white ribbon," she responded, "To honor my heavenly Father," the class started asking "why she believed that nonsense," and she told them. A week after she did, four of them accepted Christ as Savior. My daughter and her friends have noticed that they are removing "In God We Trust," and "One Nation Under God," and other references to God from many things in our nation. The statements are "we want to be fair to all," but the tone is certainly more, "prejudicial." So, they ask that everyone who sends out an email, add to their signature line SOMETHING that lets the world know YOU are not ashamed of Christ. If you send out a normal letter, write it on the envelope. For instance - John Smith Chief Executive Officer Corporation X In Christ I Trust One of the minsitries I am trying to establish is a very, very simple one. It is not to ask a Christian to "do more than you do," but to be sure that the good you do is credited to God. The secular world says that we are a hateful group of finger pointers who don't ever do any good. Well, we all know that is a lie. The reason they think this is because we don't do our good in God's name. We let people give US the credit, instead of God. We need to give GOD the credit. If you see a tired waittress and tip her extra because you figure she needs the money, add a note to the tip with John 3:16 written out on it. If you stop to change a flat tire and they thank you, smile and say, "Don't thank me. Its what Christ would have wanted me to do." Give Christ credit for your good works. When my best friend takes snacks to her son's school, she always slips in something Christian. At Christmas she makes candy cane cookies with the story of how it came to be, and a bible verse tied to it. At easter and halloween she goes to Christian stores where they have candy wrapped in scripture and hands that out at the schools. My sister and her husband do a lot of food-bank work. They slip bibles into the sacks of food they deliver.