Here are a couple of practical tools.
Gatherings. We sometimes like to dramatize certain passages of Scripture together. Yep, actually act them out. If this sounds Sunday-schoolish, well, perhaps. In fact, it is a great way to involve children. Everyone acts awkward about it at first, but jump in and people have a great time. We have one person narrate the story, while others act out what is being described. And… you will be amazed at the insights that come to people as they put themselves in the shoes of the people they are representing. No, really! It can be very illuminating.
Reaching out. Whether or not you are familiar with Sjogren’s concept of “servant evangelism,” you might want to take a look at his book “Irresistible Evangelism.” It is one of his more practical books with plenty of ideas for living out a “serving presence” in ordinary life. The Gospel really is lived out one person at a time offering extraordinary love to others. We will all do this in different ways… so we do not want to try to fit ourselves into some type of Christian “how to” mold. But Sjogren’s book can provide some ideas and inspiration for those who flow with this type of daily serving.