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Vinny22

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Okay so I get along with a nice amount of people, that isn’t the issue. The problem in that I have one friend that is Christian. That’s it. All my other friends are atheists and agnostics. I find tons of advice online telling me to seek out Christian friends, but I feel like many our age don’t follow God.
 

notmyown

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may i suggest you begin with thanking God for your Christian friend?

then, ask Him to provide you with others. He knows where everything is. :)
 

Fortunate

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Okay so I get along with a nice amount of people, that isn’t the issue. The problem in that I have one friend that is Christian. That’s it. All my other friends are atheists and agnostics. I find tons of advice online telling me to seek out Christian friends, but I feel like many our age don’t follow God.
Really understand this feeling. Finding it hard to make friends mostly Christian friends.

I have been trying, most of my friends back in college sees me as an old school because I don't do things my age mate does (According to them).

But the my best friend is Jesus. I pray everyday that he send the right people my way.
 

Mii

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Okay so I get along with a nice amount of people, that isn’t the issue. The problem in that I have one friend that is Christian. That’s it. All my other friends are atheists and agnostics. I find tons of advice online telling me to seek out Christian friends, but I feel like many our age don’t follow God.
Have you tried going to a Bible study at a local church and looking for friends that way?

Pretty hard to do on a Sunday but sometimes there's a youth night at some churches. Are you of driving age?
 

HealthAndHappiness

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Okay so I get along with a nice amount of people, that isn’t the issue. The problem in that I have one friend that is Christian. That’s it. All my other friends are atheists and agnostics. I find tons of advice online telling me to seek out Christian friends, but I feel like many our age don’t follow God.
Once you get through challenges and following men of God like a good pastor, God is able to use you in positions where you will meet like minded people. Start with your local fundamental church that preaches the true gospel, has a soul winning time and holds to the true Bible.

I would try to get those atheist friends saved with the help of an experienced soul winner. Then you can move on to get acquainted with Christian friends. Your pastor or his contacts might have some in mind . Perhaps a youth group will be started by prayer and perseverance.

What is soul winning?


Some of my best friends were soul winning partners.
 
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pigeon

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"I find tons of advice online telling me to seek out Christian friends.." So, do you yourself want to have more than your one Christian friend, or do you feel like you should have multiple?
Do you really think having one Christian friend is a problem, or do you think it should be a problem that it's only one?
 

Vinny22

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"I find tons of advice online telling me to seek out Christian friends.." So, do you yourself want to have more than your one Christian friend, or do you feel like you should have multiple?
Do you really think having one Christian friend is a problem, or do you think it should be a problem that it's only one?
I’ve just seen a lot of people call atheists a bad influence and sometimes I would like people close to me to talk about the Bible or other things God related :)
 

Vinny22

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Have you tried going to a Bible study at a local church and looking for friends that way?

Pretty hard to do on a Sunday but sometimes there's a youth night at some churches. Are you of driving age?
I’m getting my permit rn, but my dad is Christian too so he def wouldn’t be against driving me there