For a person of faith there is an inclination to share beliefs with others, but that can be awkward. There are three approaches that could be taken. Not every approach is suitable for every situation.
First, one can preach or even argue. Preaching is best left to the clergy. Arguments are usually counterproductive, in that they too often drive a wedge between the parties, and nothing is really shared. Herein lies a path that most of us are well advised to avoid.
Second, one can write scholarly pieces. The writer can be quite effective, but only if that writer has adequate knowledge of the subject matter. When the writer does, as I have witnessed here on Wizzley, the work can benefit the reader. Alas, if the writer has meager knowledge of religion there is a clear danger of heading into heresy. So, for most of us this is an area we should enter with great caution.
Third, and the subject of this piece, is making available simple, inspirational pieces with words and art. The words can easily be found that are safe and devoid of any hint of heresy.