Outreach, Cincinnati, and you!

  • A Changed Life

    Jen got a Call from a student at SRU.  She got to hear a story of a female SRU student that she had talked to a few times.  The young lady had heard the gospel while talking to Jen on campus.  She realized the evil in her homosexual relationship.  She repented and placed her trust in Jesus.  She started going to a good church during the summer.  She decided to go to a different college this year, so she would not be tempted by the LGBTQ culture at SRU.  We are so grateful to God.   Please pray for her.

    The First week in August I spent in NYC.  We had 2 days of training for the Campus Leaders and then several days of outreach.  We did many interesting outreaches on the subways.  We had several sinners anonymous meetings.   One gentlemen comes into the subway car thanking everyone for coming to the meeting.  He asks for people to give their testimony and then when no one does he gives his own.  Then he pleads with people again to stand up and give their testimony.  After a third plea one of us stands up and gives our testimony.  Here is a picture of me giving my testimony of coming to Christ.  Then two others stand up and give their testimony.  As you can see by the young lady here everyone is listening and surprised.    In the one location we did this others had almost been arrested for preaching the gospel a few days earlier and we had the same guards tell the complainers to sit and be quiet so that they could see all that would happen.    A little creativity can go a long way for finding a way to share the gospel.  Many people heard the gospel.

    The parks in NYC are a wonderful place to witness.  People go to the parks to interact with others.  We had many wonderful conversations.   These two had many questions and ended up talking to several Christians about Jesus.  Pray that God is changing their hearts.

    Hundreds of people heard the gospel via open air evangelism in the parks.  God drew several large crowds to hear the gospel throughout the week.  Some crowds gather because of apologetics like here.

    We gathered crowds using IQ tests and trivia as well.  Either way everyone heard a good gospel message.  What a wonderful week we had in NYC.



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Outreach, Cincinnati, and you!

The student in the background is staring down at his phone. The student in front is staring down at a gospel tract! At the University of Cincinnati students are reading tracts every week. Thank you for helping to make that possible!

Who says you can’t have bible study in a student cafeteria? Studying the bible is a big part of Christian growth, and CCN Campus missionaries encourage students to be diligent students. Bible study is also a time for evangelism training and helping students learn techniques for reaching their peers.

Thank you for your contribution to these efforts!

Campus Missionary, Cliff, has his bible under his arm, and the  Good News in his mouth. During the off-campus outreaches, CCN missionaries are able to share the gospel with locals and point them to good churches. Thank you for your support!

On this off-campus outreach, Campus Missionary, Jenifer, is sharing the gospel with this Muslim woman from West Africa. Jenifer explained important truths about the Trinity and the Deity of Christ to her. At the end of the conversation the woman took a bible, contact information, and she said she would like to contact Jenifer later. 

CCN missionaries we also able to shine light at their local abortion clinics. One missionary spoke to a young lady who was initially angry during the conversation, believing that abortion was fine. At the end of the conversation she believed that babies should have a chance.  She even befriended the CCN missionary on Facebook, and wanted to buy the missionary lunch! Being honest with people about important truths help to form new friendships and enlightens darkened eyes. 

Thank you for being a friend of the ministry! We appreciate your support! 

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