What do we talk about when we meet other Christ followers....anything other than our walk with God it would seem. Rarely do we discuss our scripture reading, times of prayer and other aspects of our life with God. But it hasnt always been this way. J I Packer writes of the Puritans and of how they spoke about their walk with God. I think it's challenging:
Communion with God was a great thing; to evangelicals today it is a comparatively small thing. The Puritans were concerned about communion with God in a way that we are not. The measure of our unconcern is the little that we say about it. When Christians meet, they talk to each other about their Christian work and Christian interests, their Christian acquaintances, the state of the churches, and the problems of theology—but rarely of their daily experience of God.