Fun Sharing the gospel

Fun Sharing the gospel

Here is a student from SRU that has attened my Bible Study out witnessing.  He invited me to go witnessing which was very exciting.  It is always my goal that the students go out and share their faith after they have left college.

I went to NYC for a wedding and of course I spent two days sharing the gospel.  The first evening I was there I spent time on the Stanten Island Fairy witnessing 1 -2- 1.  I did the illusion tract for the kids and they loved it.  I took out the million dollar bills and they ran over and asked for one.  I gave it to them and then their babysitter read the back of the tract to them both out loud.  It was cool to hear.  

A women was sitting off to the left of this and she was on her phone.  She wanted a tract and such but since she was on the phone I did not bother her.  When I was waiting outside after I got off the boat she ran over to me and wanted a tract.  I went through the gospel with her and then she wanted to get together to learn more.  I gave her the contact information of one of the people in NYC and she is going to start doing Bible Study with them on Wednesdays,

I love doing open air in NYC.  People will always stop and talk.  This young man took the good person test and heard the gospel.  He was being very silly but he heard the message and got a tract.  There were others listening to the message and so when I am doing open air I give the gospel message since it is not always the one I am talking to that the message I am sharing is for.  You can see the gentleman in the back listening and another couple of people to my right.  It was a wonderful evening of ministry.

I went to the abortion clinics both in Pittsburgh and in NYC this month.  Here is my friend Jasmine talking to a young lady.  She stayed and talked for about 20 minutes.  I was able to share the gospel with several women.  I had several conversations with women that lasted over 20 minutes.  They heard the gospel and were told not to have the abortion.  I gave them information of organizations that could help but they all went in anyway.

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