I’m attending a very liberal college, but there are two Christian clubs on campus (CRU and a small, local group), and I’m in the middle of starting a pro-life club. The president of the local club is a passionate, Christian young man, and he loves witnessing to nonbelievers. However, he has difficulty explaining his points to the unsaved people he talks with. I am extremely familiar with the topics and I often feel like taking over his conversations; but that would just be rude and a bad testimony. Sometimes, though, when he has difficulty describing a specific Bible verse, I read it for both his and his companion’s benefit.
Last quarter, he mentioned that he wanted to have music this quarter, and I volunteered to play my violin. We’ve been texting mostly about music, but also a little about my club and church.
I want to help him learn how to witness more effectively, but at the same time, I don’t want to come off as being spiritually superior or romantically interested. How do I just give him a few pointers without acting “smarter/better” than him?