Sure I work with unbelievers. But the nuance of Christian Culture is before me...too much.
Sometimes I come face to face with the reason I am on this earth, the reason YOU are on this earth. The prophetic purpose of our life.
There are people lost without hope beyond this life, beyond this existence. We are placed in their lives to fulfil the reason He saved you and filled you with His Holy Spirit. All the arguing about end times, glossolalia, Israel spiritual or not and all kinds of other things the devil has used to divert who we really are eventually comes down to the question...who do YOU say I AM?
But ye shall receive power, when the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be my witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea and Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. Acts 1:8
This is NOT about preaching although you might choose to preach. This is not about missions although you might go intentionally missionally to an area, this is NOT about street witnessing although it's possible you could do that sometimes, this is NOT about planting churches or forming movements though it's possible to be this when you do, this is NOT about worship even though our life should be worship, it's not about a conference although a conference might be had sometimes....those have become methods diluting the true nature of witness....
WHO ARE YOU... in the Holy Ghost, when you are in Samaria, Judea or the uttermost...Or even in your Jerusalem? Are you someone different? Or do you show forth the Love of God by your very presence? Do you demonstrate as a witness the life of Jesus alive in YOU? Will people get a glimpse of Glory when you are sitting at the table with them and recognize there is something special about you, something they want to know more of, something they want to discover perhaps for themselves?
If not, you may have been diverted from the Prophetic Purpose you were created.
I was faced with this...and saw how foolish many things we do are compared to the reason we were empowered...let's not be power wasters.
There's a whole world waiting to hear and see your witness...especially if you don't preach