Obviously, it is wrong to use an employer’s time to evangelise (or do anything else that is unrelated to the job – that’s stealing) but what about breaks, lunchtime etc? Is it OK to discuss religion, hopefully bring colleagues to at least think about the Faith? Or is it a case of “not the time or the place” ? On a more sinister note, is it too risky to evangelise in the workplace? The point is made near the end of the short video that these cases of perceived inappropriate remarks by one employee to another, could easily be settled by a conversation with the employer – as any boss with even a modicum of management skill would know by instinct. So, what do you think – is a call to the boss’s office for a conversation about the complaint preferable to an appearance in court?