Read Acts 24 today.

This chapter includes part of the story of Paul’s trial and stay in Caesarea. When accusations were being brought against him, he did not deny being a follower of Jesus, but instead he admitted it freely. Paul did not begin with sharing his faith, but he did look for an opportunity to do so. When that door was opened, he stepped through it.
Would we do the same? Do we consider our conversations as possible opportunities to share our faith? When someone asks a question that brushes up against our faith, are we willing to turn the focus more directly on Jesus? Would we freely and openly share the faith we have in Jesus Christ?
Acts 24:14-16 NLT
“But I admit that I follow the Way, which they call a cult. I worship the God of our ancestors, and I firmly believe the Jewish law and everything written in the prophets. [15] I have the same hope in God that these men have, that he will raise both the righteous and the unrighteous. [16] Because of this, I always try to maintain a clear conscience before God and all people.