Cancer Awareness

Day 150930: Tract Tracker Contest Complete

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September 30th! The last day of the Tract Tracker contest. I completed my Tract Tracker by giving the last tract – a Cancer Awareness tract – to the cashier at a restaurant at lunch! I also left a Fried at the Fair tract on the table. Here is the completed form!

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If you have participated in the Tract Tracker contest, now is the time to return the tracker to the ministry. You can contact us mail the form to:

Bezeugen Ministries

PO Box 117822

Carrollton, TX 75011-7822

As the contest comes to a close remember that the real goal of the tract tracker is to make witnessing a daily part of your life. You might like to join the Everyday Club mailing list or the Facebook Group. If you are not already a member of the Bezeugen Tract Club you may like to enroll to get 30 FREE Gospel tracts per month! Check the October mailing for the next tract tracker!

I gave out a few more tracts this evening when I met my wife for dinner including leaving two on the bulletin board at a restaurant.

 

Day 150925: Medical Insurance

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Any time anything goes into the mail box it goes in with a Gospel tract enclosed. Today is no exception. Mailing the payment for medical insurance I enclosed a Cancer Awareness tract!2015-09-25 06.22.48

 

Day 150922: Choose your gift

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I decided to try something fun today. I posted a picture on Facebook of four tracts from the September mailing of the Bezeugen 2015-09-22 06.34.12tract Club and asked people to pick which one I should hand out. I got a couple of responses, but not until after my wife and I decided to go to a convenience store to purchase a drink of water. While we were there they had ice cream so I decided to have one! At the check out there were two cashiers. I think one was in training. I took the four tracts along with a fifth that will be in the November mailing and laid them out in front of the cashiers. I said, “I have a gift for yuo. You can pick which ever one of these you’d like.” She picked the cancer awareness saying that it was a really important message. He picked play by the rules. I quickly explained that they both are the same – based on the message on the back. They thanked me and we returned to the park to pick up our son from Cross Country practice.

At the park I checked the Facebook posts and there were comments to hand out a play by the rules. Done! But there was also a comment to hand out a Camo Card. So I went up to a guy in the park and said, “have you got your camo card?” He said no and I handed him one. This part is kind of funny, and nothing bad is meant by it, but a new tract we have is called the “MyCard”. You’ll see it in the November mailing of the Bezeugen tract Club. I jokingly hand it to people as if it is my business card. So after handing him the camo card, I looked at his girlfriend and said, “here is MyCard”. She laughed, took it and said thanks!

 

Day 150920: Kroger

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I gave a Cancer Awareness tract to the cashier at Kroger.

 

Day 150917: Choose your tract

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I went to Fuzzy’s Taco Shop today for lunch. I held out three tracts (Cancer Awareness, 2015-09-17 12.52.02Play by the Rules and Camo Card) from the September mailing to the cashier and asked her to pick one. She looked at them and handed me the Camo Card back.  I said, i’ts fine if you want to keep two. She took the Camo Card back and looked it over a bit more. Then asked what they are about. I told her they all had the Gospel on the back. She smiled and said that was neat. I told her she could keep two if she wanted to and she could even give one of those away to someone else if she wanted to. So again she handed the Camo Card back and kept the other two!

 

As I ate my lunch I left a Football Trivia tract on the table!

 

Day 150916: National Guacamole Day

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Celebra2015-09-16 17.59.40ted National Guacamole Day giving a couple of Cancer Awareness tracts out at Torchy’s Tacos. Also completed the #DailyTractChallenge

 

Day 150912: Cashier

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We drove to Oklahoma to watch the Oklahoma State football game. Along the way, I gave out a number of tracts, left some in the gas pumps and handed some out before the game. A cashier got a Cancer Awareness tract. Before the game I handed out some football trivia tracts.2015-09-12 16.44.17

 

Day 150905: Game Day

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Today was the opening day of the college football season for many teams. I had the 2015-09-05 12.17.53privilege to take my mom to the Oklahoma game in Norman. While traveling I had the opportunity to hand out a number of tracts. I left a Cancer Awareness tract from the September tract club mailing at the gas pump in Norman, OK. I also gave cancer awareness tracts to several people at the game and hotel. I gave out about 100 College Football Trivia tracts while walking to and from the game.

Table tops a the hotel also turned out to be good spots to leave tracts. Most of the hotel staff I came in contact with got a Football Trivia tract too!

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Day 150902: Cancer Awareness

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Day 2 of the Tract Tracker contest. I got going early and posted on Facebook asking which tract I should hand out today. While

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there were several comments, I choose to go with the Cancer Awareness because of this comment, “Cancer. Save the rules one for the start of football season in a few weeks.”

So I worked all day, then went home and ate dinner. After dinner we dropped our son at a pool party and then made our way to church for a meeting. I realized I was short on time and still had not had a chance to share the Gospel with anyone. On the way to church my wife suggested stopping at Race Trac to get a drink. Great! Not a drink! But a chance to share the Gospel.

1381252_1154790651202668_4931996710896652820_nAs we walked into RaceTrac a couple folks were coming out. So I gave them each Cancer Awareness tracts. As I went in the door a guy in a white shirt with black tie was coming out of the door. I said, “I was challenged today to give this card to you.” He smiled and took it.  I gave another Cancer Awareness tract to the cashier. As we left I gave another one to another guy coming in. As I walked ot my car there were three men coming. Each got Cancer Awareness tracts. Finally as we reached our car, a teen was walking in. She got a Cancer Awareness tract too!