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Who's Your One?

Millions of people do not know Jesus.
You cannot reach them all, but you can reach one.

As you focus on reaching your one with the Gospel, here are some resources to encourage and equip you along the way. However, remember what Pastor Gregg reminded us — "God is not asking for our ability but our availability." Simply be faithful to follow His leading and tell your one about Jesus!

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So, who IS your one?

Share the first name of your one and provide an update on how you've seen God moving as you've been praying or reaching out to him or her with the Good News ...

Message Series

Aug 18–Sep 15, 2019

Imagine if every believer could answer that question with the name of a person who is far from God — a person for whom they’re praying and with whom seeking to share the Gospel. That’s the intention behind our next message series.

God’s people don’t merely need another method for evangelism — what they need is a white-hot passion to see people who are far from God experience the new life He offers through Jesus Christ.
In this five-week series, we'll focus on prioritizing personal ownership of the Great Commission as we each intentionally pursue one person with the hope of the Gospel.
While we can’t reach everyone, we can each reach someone. We can all take responsibility for one. And, because of God’s power and the work of His Spirit, each of our ones can add up to make a significant impact for God’s kingdom.

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  • Who's Your One? Song
    This original song was written by our Sienna Campus Pastor Malcolm Marshall and Demetri Stafford, a ministry intern at our Sienna Campus, as well as an upcoming Christian rapper in his own right. They wrote this song as a free giveaway with the aim of providing another way to remind us that there’s someone God has prepared to hear the Gospel directly from our mouths.
  • Who's Your One? 30-Day Prayer Guide
    Once you have your one in mind, pray through this guide for 30 days. Each day provides a specific Bible verse and a prayer that you can pray for your one. Prayer guides are also available at each campus.
  • Who's Your One? Bookmark
    These bookmarks include the same scriptures included in the 30-Day Prayer Guide. Bookmarks are also available at each campus.
  • Who's Your One? 40-Day Devotional
    This devotional is for you to read through for your personal growth and development, focusing on cultivating a heart for reaching your one — and others — with the saving message of Jesus Christ.

"Who's Your One?" Music Video


Milestones is a framework for adult discipleship that extends beyond Life Bible Studies to equip you in a particular stage of life, crisis, or in general discipleship — including evangelism. Here are some Milestones opportunities that can prepare you to share your faith with your one and others. People from any campus can attend any Milestones course, and so can people who do not attend Houston's First. Find the full list of all Milestones classes at your campus here.





Evangelism Tools

    Sharing the Gospel with your one can be as simple as three circles. Discover how you can share the Gospel with anyone using the Life Conversation Guide, a companion resource to the Life On Mission book.
    • Pick up a 3 Circles: Life Conversation Guide booklet at your campus
    • Download the app in the Apple Store or Google Play
    Evangelism Explosion is a ministry that trains people how to share their faith in Christ and how to bring people from unbelief to belief. They provide a variety of tools, including the following online versions:
    Alpha is a series of sessions (often hosted in someone’s home) exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. There are three core components to every Alpha group:
    • good food
    • short focused talk on a topic related to Christ
    • discussion regarding the short talk
    Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome. Our church sees Alpha groups as a great tool to connect with our “Ones” whom we have been praying for over the past several months. We will be hosting a lunch and learn on Alpha Groups on Sunday, November 17th at The Loop Campus. This will be an informational gathering to share the vision of Alpha Groups. A short training session for those interested in starting / leading their own Alpha group will follow in the weeks to come. To learn more about Alpha Groups, visit