Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started?

The Teach Me to Share tool is a good place to start. It includes some helpful tips on how to share your faith.

We also recommend that you take some time to get familiar with the tools. Reading through a tool will deepen your own appreciation for the gift that God offers us in Christ.

Identify people with whom you want to share and begin praying for an opportunity to share. You could try using the listed transition question found behind the information button on each tool to start a conversation.

Once you begin sharing with one of the tools, simply read through the content and keep the conversation focused on Jesus. Questions are included along the way.

Here’s a video showing you how the app works.

How do I change my language choice?

Use the multilingual icon in the top right corner of the homescreen or go through the menu in the top left corner.

How do I know which tool is available in my primary language?

First, set your primary language. The titles of the tools that are available in your language will be displayed in your language. The default is English. You may also access an available language list by pressing the information icon on each tool.

How do I know which tool is available in my parallel language?

First, set your desired parallel language using the language menu. The availability of your parallel language is indicated to the right of the title of each tool. If your language does not appear, then the tool is not available in that language. You may also access an available language list by pressing the information icon on each tool.

I found an error, what do I do?

Let us know at

How do I request a language to be added?

Send us your request at

Tell me more about the email sign up on the prayer screen.

In some languages, you will be given the option to sign up for follow up after indicating a decision for Christ. This sign up automatically subscribes you to a free 7 part email New Growth series that is hosted on Mail Chimp or a similar service. It does not obligate you to any commitment. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Do you know of other apps that help me share my faith?

Try these other apps: Voke, Soularium, Perspective, EveryStudent, JesusFilm

Is there a web version? is a website with the same content in web form. can be embedded on your own website.

What is different about each tool?

You can use the information icon (i) on the bottom right of each tool to reveal a brief description.

Five of the tools are gospel presentations. They use different images and illustrations that are effective for different audiences.

The Questions about God tool is currently only available in English. It contains articles that people ask about God, life and Jesus.

This app takes up too much space on my phone. What can I do?

If you have downloaded many languages, the best solution is to delete the app and re-download it again.

Why do I need a parallel language?

A parallel language allows you to switch between languages during a presentation in case the person you are sharing with speaks a different language. A parallel language has to be selected in order to use this feature. And the tool needs to be available in both languages in order to use this feature. Not all tools are available in all languages.

How do I remove a tool from the "My Tools" homescreen?

On the homescreen, click on the information icon in the lower right corner of the tool you want to remove. This will bring up a screen that gives you the option to remove it. After removing, the tool will reappear behind the “Find Tools” section.

What is the difference between Knowing God Personally and Know God Personally?

Besides the obvious difference of the type of images used, Knowing God Personally was developed in Australia and Know God Personally was developed in the United States. Both are based on the Four Spiritual Laws but altered to make the language more personal. The version of the Bible that is used is different along with some subtle language differences. Choose the one that you think communicates most effectively.