5 Ways to Encourage Your Loved One in Their Faith

5 Ways to Encourage Your Loved One in Their Faith


If faith is important to you, there’s a good chance you want to encourage other people who are on a faith journey themselves.

Whether they’re a new believer or very strong in their faith, everyone needs inspiration and motivation every once in a while. The good news is there are so many simple ways to encourage the people in our lives.

If you’re looking for ways to uplift your fellow believers, here are simple ways to do so. 

Share Your Favorite Worship Playlist or Christian Podcasts

A great way to encourage people in their faith is to send them music and podcast recommendations. Whether it’s a playlist full of great worship music or a Christian podcast that is full of wisdom, don’t be afraid to share with loved ones.


A simple and easy way to encourage your loved ones in their faith is to simply pray for them. You don’t have to let them know you’re praying for them, but if you feel called to do so, take time to do it. Or, if you are spending time with your friend, ask if they’d pray with you.

Faith-Inspired Gift

There doesn’t have to be a special occasion in order to purchase a loved one a gift. In fact, surprising your friend or family member with a faith-inspired gift may be exactly what they need to continue on their journey. 

If your loved one has a favorite bible verse, consider getting them a bracelet with that verse on it. Then, whenever they look at their wrist they’ll always be reminded of their faith. Or, if you know someone in your life is struggling with finding time to journal, gift them your favorite journal.

Text a Bible Verse

If you are spending time with your Bible and a verse makes you think of someone in your life, send them a text and let them know! It may be exactly what they need to hear at that very moment. 

Send a Letter

Who doesn’t love receiving a letter in the mail?! Sending texts and calling loved ones on the phone is great, but there is something very special about getting a letter in the mail.

Write a note to your loved one and include your favorite verse, words of encouragement, or anything else you feel might help them. There’s a good chance they’ll be very thankful for the letter and that it will give them the motivation they need. 

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