An easy way to witness at a hotel is to leave a tract for the maid. We stayed at a that had a cleaning person coming. So we left a million dollar bill tract with a note of thanks on the bathroom counter for them.



An easy way to share the gospel on the airplane is to leave tracts in the magazines in the seat pockets.

The beach


Today while walking on the beach I had a number of chances to hand out some tracts. I gave one to the life guard and asked him to check it out after work so that he would not be distracted from his job. I had taken a bike from the condo down to the beach. To get back, I had to carry the bike up a set of over 150 stairs. Fortunately there were some landings along the way to rest. As I rested, I’d wait for the next person that was coming down the stairs. When they got to me, I’d hand them a tract and ask “did you get one of these?” Of course most asked what it was. By the time I got to the top of the stairs, I had had about five different one on one conversations.

On of the tracts that we have says on the front “To reject the Gospel of Jesus Christ, please dispose of this card.” I handed one of these tracts to a man. He looked at it and even read the back. He said, “I don’t want to throw it away or keep it, so here” and he handed it back. This reminded me of the lyrics to Freewill by Rush that says “Even if you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice.” It seems this man thought he was not rejecting Christ because he was giving the card back. But, I submit that he knew what he was doing. I pray that as his head hits the pillow tonight that he is tormented by the thought that he rejected Jesus today and then will call out for forgiveness and repent and trust the savior.



Yesterday we went to Legoland, CA. I brought a supply of tracts with me. I gave them to most of the staff I came in contact with and some of the guests.
At one restaurant, a sports theme, where we ate lunch, the waiter offered us baseball cards. When he came back with them, I also gave him some baseball trivia.
The Million Dollar Bills were popular with the guests. And easy to hand out. Simply say, “here you might need some extra money to pay the bill.” They would laugh and take the tract and I would ask them to read the back.
One gal that worked there got a tract after she taught the mind storms class. She said her Dad is always interested in tracts so I gave her several more to give to him.
Around the end of the evening we were browsing in one of the shops. A guy came up and asked me where I got me “Where will you spend Eternity” shirt. I explained that we had a ministry and made the shirts ourself. I gave him my card and some tracts and told him to contact me if he’d like a shirt. He was a believer too.
Fun day at the park and the Gospel went out!

Not Just Brakes, but tracts too!


I went into Just Brakes to pick up my car the other day. When I got to the counter, I noticed one of our Easter Gospel tracts near the register. I asked if my wife had given him that when she dropped the car off. He said, no. Another customer had given it too him just a couple of minutes before. He gave me her name. Sure enough, she is a member of our tract club! He said, she left them in the waiting area too. As I left, I noticed that there was a tract (from our tract club) on each of the chairs in the waiting area.

Are you in the tract club? If not, why not sign up today and start handing out tracts every day!

Tract holders




Some restaurants have nice tract holders right on the table. I like to leave a tract behind when I see them. Here are two examples.

As you go to the dentist


Had to go to the dentist today. On the way in there is a little counter. It even had an empty business card holder. So I put some baseball trivia tracts in it. Once in the waiting room, I stuffed tracts in the magazines.

Reading at Starbucks


While reading a book at Strarbucks, I left a tract on the table next to my chair.

Do you like baseball?


I ordered a drink at Starbucks. After paying the cashier and ptting a tip in the tip jar (he said thanks), I asked “do you like baseball” because I intended to hand him a baseball trivia gospel tract. When he said no, he did not like baseball, I grabbed a two plus two instead and said, “well how about math, then?” He said, sure and I handed him teh tract.

Meanwhile the other guy working there got my tea and handed t to me. I asked him, “do you like baseball?” He said yes and then I gave him the baseball trivia tract.

This is just a good reminder to carry several different tracts with you. If the guy does not like the tract, you can offer a different one. For example, the other day a guy handed back a “get out of hell free” tract saying, “this is not funny.” Of course, it was not intended to be funny.

Do you need tracts to hand out? Enroll in the Bezeugen Tract Club for your free monthly supply of 30 Gospel tracts.

Our mission field


A member of the tract club sent me the following note and asked that I share it. It is our hope and prayer that this will encourage others to share the Gospel “as you go”…

Sometimes, we never know where our mission field, will be for that particular day!! It could be on a different continent, yet more recently it seems that it has been in the hospital. So away I went, and packed up my purse with tracts. What a privilege, just to hand someone a track, and say “If you were to die tonight, do you know where you would spend eternity???

In these recent cases it was a nurse, young fellow in a coffee shop, along with other hospital employees. In some instances, I was able to share more intimately.  But, in every case, they did not refuse a tract. On the way home from the hospital, it was late at night, and I had to stop to pick up something! I was extremely exhausted, yet the Lord nudged me to speak with this young gal.  She was so excited about this million dollar tract, I thought she was going to jump from behind the counter. Someone, had previously given another employee one, and she had desired one for herself. God is at work!!! Let us be faithful!!! To Him be the glory!!