I agree with our Primate who says that we need to "figure out how to tell our story in language that a person who doesn’t know anything about Christianity can begin to understand.
I’m going to suggest that our telling of that great story has to begin in listening. Not only does it say to the other person, “Your story is of great importance, and I recognize your equal dignity by listening,” but it also gives us an opportunity to discern where to help connect that story with the larger story of God’s love known in Jesus Christ."
So the questions, as posed by Fr. Jake would be:
1. How would you tell the great truths of our faith without using overtly theological language?
2. How would you tell a new neighbor that God loves him or her without measure, and invite him or her to learn more?