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    Some Christians are very good in / are converting non-believers.

    Some Christians are very good in / are converting non-believers.

    Which verb should I use? Thanks.

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    Re: Some Christians are very good in / are converting non-believers.

    You used the correct verb.

    The preposition you need is 'at'.

    Rover

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