Greetings Club Members,
Another month has come and gone. We always look forward to read how everyone has done in their witnessing adventures. As I was thinking about this post, the word encouragement came to mind. Your comments about witnessing have encouraged us and others. Here is the definition of encourage -
1. To inspire with hope, courage, or confidence; hearten.
2. To give support to; foster
3. To stimulate; spur
We pray that the Everyday Club has continued to encourage you as you share your faith everyday. When I joined the Bezeugen Tract Club, I was encouraged to give out more tracts. When I meet other Christians, I try to inspire them to witness more. Sharing our faith produces a joy that can’t be found anywhere else! Jesus gives us that joy as we lift him up! Be encouraged this month as you witness as you go….everyday! Please leave your report in the comments section below. God bless!
All For Souls,
I go to prison ministry at least once a month. At the end of service, I give out a bag full of literature and tracts. The Bezeugen tracts are well received. I have had men who were working in the kitchen come out to ask for a tract. They were listening while they were working.
This Is The Verdict is a good tract to take in there. They know what a verdict is. In taking Several with me on Wednesday night. Prayerfully, some will realize the verdict that is against them, be convicted, and get born again!
Gary, a member of the tract club,(along with his daughter and daughter-in-law) sent off 10 balloons after a birthday party. No telling where these tracts will go!
Parades are always great events to pass out tracts at. There is a large crowd gathered for Christians to give them out! People of all ages attend them.
This is the 2nd year in a row that we have went to our local Mardi Gras parade. Three of us gave out 1500 tracts. We also had some great conversations. There were plenty of people to witness to. Most everyone who was offered a tract took them. If you are in the New Orleans area, there are plenty of Mardi Gras parades coming up very soon. Grab some tracts and a few friends to go to where the lost will be gathered!
With just less than two weeks till Valentine’s Day, I placed this display at one of the laundry mats that I work with. Prayerfully, this will catch someone’s eye and lead to a change of heart!
Hi Club Members.
How was your January? We pray that you had a great time in evangelism for the first month of this new year. People still need to hear the Gospel in 2014. Jesus said in John 4:35 – “Say not ye, There are yet four months, and then cometh harvest? behold, I say unto you, Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest.”
The soul-winner has his or her eyes always open toward the harvest field, looking for opportunities to witness about our great salvation and Wonderful Savior! How did you do this month in your goals and commitment? Please leave your report in the comment section below. God bless your efforts for February!
I’ve been having a great time using this tract. It gets a response! Ronnie wouldn’t take it at Walmart yesterday until after we had a coversation. He said that we can’t know where we are going and then pulled out the “hypocrites in the church” card. I’m glad that he took the tract when we parted. Two people have said “I’m not sure.” and just walked away. Maybe God has been dealing with them. Christopher told me “5″ after I asked him the question. While I was waiting for my wife after work this evening, I walked to the NowSave. I asked Mac the question while I gave him the tract and while he was putting beer in a cooler. He said 7. His friend, Sham, said the same. I asked them to read the tract when they could. I gave Tavarus one at the gas pumps. He said “I know that I need to get right!”.
I’m glad that I can say “10″, but there are so many that can’t. Let’s keep on working so that they can!
When traveling it is a great opportunity to hand out some tracts. Here are some places I’ve given them out the last couple days:
- cashier at gas station when getting a cup of coffee
- in the credit card slot at the gas pump
- let tracts on the tables around the hotel
- stuck tracts in magazines in the hotel lobby
- gave tracts to each hotel employee I met. Had several conversations
- Shared tracts with the guys at the other side of the gas pump island while filling up with gas
Love is in the air!!! It’s God’s love! He still loves the world and wants the lost to be found! The Can You Name Ten of The Most Popular Valentine’sDay Gifts is part of the February supply of tracts in the Bezeugen Tract club. It was created for the tract club in 2010. It leverages the concept of naming ten things and then has a segway to the Ten Commandments.
What a great time to get people thinking about the greatest love of all!
John 5:13 says: Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.
Tips in using this tract:
– I placed the ones in the photos on displays in two stores. They fit right in with the color!
– It may seem odd for a man telling another man “Happy Valentine’s Day!”, so I’m going to ask “Did you get your Valentines Day Gospel tract yet?” Same for a man telling a woman or a woman telling a man. It would be a great opportunity to give a person one of these whole the yard looking at the gifts. Happy Gospel tracting!
When we get our mail we sort it into four stack:
3) business reply envelopes
4) the stuff we actually need
Sadly, that last stack is normally the smallest.
The stack of business reply envelopes is useful. We use them to mail tracts. I usually put two tracts in each envelope. Sometimes I’ll put one English and one spanish. Sometimes I’ll put one million dollar bill tract and one business card tract. regardless, these envelopes are a nice way to get the Gospel out.
Just put the tracts in the envelope, seal it, and put it in the mailbox!!