A Helping Hand

During the holidays, figures of the season are everywhere in the stores. I call these props or helpers. They are easy to leave tracts on for someone to take. I gave Santa a “It’s The Great Pumkin, Charlie Brown” tract to hand out at Walmart on Wednesday!

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The Everyday Club Report For September

Greetings Club Members,

September was another great month to witness about our wonderful Savior! We pray that you met all of your evangelism goals. In many places, fairs and carnivals took place. We had an outreach at our local fair, where he gave out over 600 tracts. We had several good conversations, also. In the October tract club mailing was the new “What happens after #YOLO?” tract. I have been having a great time using this one to start conversations by asking people what happens after they live once. Most respond by saying, “You die.” Then I ask, “What happens after you die?” I’ve had various responses that have led into great witnessing encounters.
We are getting ready for the State Fair Of Texas Gospel Outreach on the 18th of this month. I was able to go last year the first time. We will be working the booth with students from the School of Discipleship at Gospel For Asia. Read about last years outreach here
Also, one of the most popular days for evangelism is coming up this month – Halloween. The “It’s A Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!” tract was in the October mailing, also. This one can be ordered through One Million tracts here:
Please leave your report below this post on the As You Go blog. Have a great October!

All For Souls,
Scott

 

Using The “$1,000,000,000 Eye Test” Tract

Another tract that was in the October tract club mailing is the “$1,000,000,000 Eye Test” tract. This was modified from the first time that it came out. The front asks the question “Would you trade one of your eyes for one million dollars?”. We will be using this one at the State Fair Of Texas Gospel Outreach on Oct. 18 where we will be asking people to take the million dollar eye test. Here’s a dialogue to use when giving out this tract:
“Would you trade one of your eyes for a million dollars?
Person: “I don’t believe I would?”
“What about both eyes for one hundred million? You could see the world!”
Person: “Definitely not!”
“Your eyesight is precious, isn’t it? How much more valuable is your soul?”
Person: “It’s valuable.”
Then, you can transition into taking them through the good person test or ask them to read the back of the tract. This is a great way to get someone to think about their eternal condition…..
As You Go!

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As You Go….. Getting Coffee

September the 29th was National Coffee Day. I got two free cups at McDonald’s: one at breakfast and one at lunch. In return, I gave out four Thank You tracts to employees at the drive-thru. The next time you go through a drive-thru, don’t forget to give out tracts!

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Matthew 28:19