As God reveals Himself through His word and in other ways, we know that this revelation calls for a faith-filled response. So we continually ask, “Lord, how do you want me to respond to who you are?" We are not content with hearing God’s voice, we want to obey. Not out of a sense of duty but out of a desire to trust. Living out our faith is vital to the ongoing process of growing in Christ-likeness. We live out our faith as part of a community of fully devoted Christ-followers, knowing that they play a vital role in our growth.
Because God is transforming us, our natural response is to want to tell others what He has done. We will continually ask the question, “God, who have you placed in my life that needs to know who you are?" We pass on our faith to both believers and not yet believers, and we do so as a part of a community of fully devoted Christ-followers.
We will invest in at least one other person, equipping them to live out, pass on, and multiply their faith. It might be a group of people we invest in (a third grade Sunday school class) or an individual (a new believer where you work), but everyone will have someone else who they are investing in.