We filed an extension with the IRS and had been working to get our tax materials ready to hand in to our CPA. Finally got everything ready. So my wife dropped off all the papers with the CPA this morning. Inside the first folder was a Thank You tract from the August mailing of the Bezeugen Tract Club.
This evening we went to several stores to hand out some tracts. Purchased a few items while we were out. Here are some pictures of some tracts that were distributed. Gave one to a guy named Mike at WalMart that lead to an encouraging conversation. He is a believer in Jesus and was encouraged to talk about Jesus with me!
We ended up going to three 7-11’s to hand out tracts to the cashiers until we found one that actually had icee’s ready! At the last one I gave tracts to two customers as well as the cashier!
Met up with Arnold and Craig at the Dallas West End transit center at lunch today. The three of us distributed nearly 500 Dallas Cowboy schedule tracts. Had some great one on one conversations. I like to ask people if the Cowboys will win the super bowl then find out if they think anyone will remember who wins the super bowl in 100 years. Then ask where they will be in 100 years. I had one muslim cuss me out and tell me that islam is a religion of destruction. Recorded it kn periscope. There is some foul language (from him) but if there is interest I’ll post the link. I still need to find a better way to prop up my phone in my shirt pocket so that the video works. But you can hear the whole conversation.
I had a good conversation with a young man and was able to give him a Bible bookmark from the August mailing of the Bezeugen Tract Club.
We are sharing this tract on social media today! Download here
Had lunch at Del Taco. The cashier got a Get Out of Hell Free card from the August mailing of the Bezeugen Tract Club. I also gave out several Dallas Cowboys schedule tracts both inside and outside of the restaurant and then left some of them in the gift card holder by the cash register for the next customers.
We stopped for tacos for lunch. I gave the cashier a 2+2= tract. These tracts are fun to give to cashiers and just say “here is a little help with your math in case the cash register breaks down.” They get a little laugh and then I encourage them to read the back!
I also placed some Dallas Cowboys schedule tracts around the line where people wait to order.
In the afternoon Scott posted a challenge to the Everyday Club to hand out ten tracts before the end of the day. I was at the grocery store at the time and was able to complete the challenge there at the store, and then at the CostCo when I stopped for gas. The ten tracts went to the Cashier, the bagger, extra one for the baggers friend, one that I left on the belt that the cashier picked up and agreed to give to the next customer, two in magazines, one to another customer. At the gas pump, another customer at the gas pump, a worker at CostCo.