Changed lives

  • March Missions

    At Montgomery County Community College, also known as MC3,

    students aren't ashamed of the gospel! Students are excited to learn

    and ready to put their learning into practice. Bible study is one of the

    best ways that campus missionaries, like Cliff Fullword, are able to 

    encourage students, weekly. 

    Even children are able to stop and listen to the Good News. In fact,

    children are most excited to receive a gospel tract! Thank you for 

    helping us provide our missionaries with gospel tracts. They are the

    paper-seeds that are most scattered. 

    This young man had many questions about Christianity. He wanted 

    to know about Jesus' sinlessness. Thankfully, Campus Missionary, 

    Jenifer Pepling was able to provide answers to his deep questions. 

    CCN missionaries speak to students every week, many of whom are 

    desperate for someone to point them to Christ. Thank you for partnering 

    with us and being a helper in this amazing Great Commission! 

     

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Changed lives

Nick leading a women to Christ in NYC.  This was the first time she had heard the gospel.  

Andre proclaiming the word of God in Pottstown. Passed out some tracts and open air. God was glorified!!!!

 

Ryan witnessing to Pikachu in Cincinnati. Everyone needs to hear the gospel.  We cannot tell who will be saved by looking at them so we share the good news with everyone.

CCN @MCCC. The lesson "Personal Witnessing: How Jesus Did It" Great lesson. As usual that's faithful Anna who has been a true true blessing. I really really thank the Lord for her. I can see how her faith has grown and all that praise goes the the Lord only!!!! I solicit prayers for her medical missions trip to Honduras. Please pray that the Lord uses her to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of sins.

 

This young lady did not take a tract from me but was very rude.  Then she walked away and felt her pockets realizing something was missing.  She turned around and walked the way she came.  Then a set of students walked up to me and asked if I was the one handing out the tracts.  I said yes and they gave me a phone that someone had lost.  I knew whose phone it was immediately.  She walked by again a minute later and I stopped her and asked if it was hers.  She said yes and thanked me and then I offered her a tract again and she took it this time

 

You can share the gospel where ever you are at the time.  Five weeks ago I was at church.  A women got up crying during the service.  She went into the bathroom and I followed her to see if I could help.  She told me that she was an alcoholic and was trying to quit but she had drank the night before.  I told her that I had good news for her that could help her but I needed to show her the bad news first.  I asked her if she had ever lied or stolen.  She said yes.  I told her that hate is considered murder and lust is adultery.  I explained that God will judge however he is also merciful.  Jesus died on the cross to pay her fine.  She needed to repent and trust that Jesus died on that cross and then she would go to heaven.  I explained that if she repented of her sin then all the things she did before are forgiven by God and so she should forgive herself.  If the God of the universe forgave her then she should too.  Then I gave her what I knew about quitting something addictive.     I prayed for her.  She showed up at the Christmas Eve service to see me.  She let me know that she was sober for the last five weeks and it was because of that moment.  Pray for Diane.  I cried after she told me.  This is the second alcoholic that has gone clean after hearing the gospel via my ministry.

 

 

 

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