More Than Just Wearing Green

  • Religion Makes No Sense

    By Jenifer Pepling

    I recently talked to a gentleman that said he did not believe in heaven or hell. I asked him why. He stated that he is a religious studies major and said that none of them made sense. I said "so justice doesn't make sense to you?" I explained the justice of God.

    I shared the gospel and the gentleman said that he did not like the God of the Old Testament because he was homosexual. He said he was shot at in his home town and God made him this way so how could he say that was wrong. I explained that homosexuality is a sin and he told me that word did not exist. I said that even though that word did not exist at the time, you understand what the Bible means by "If a man lies with a male as with a woman." (Leviticus 20:13)

    Sadly, he walked away saying we should agree to disagree. Please pray for him.

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More Than Just Wearing Green

 Green means Go! Go share the gospel! 

  

On Saint Patrick's Day CCN took to the parade and handed out hundreds

of gospel tracts. Parades are great opportunities to witness to the waiting

crowds, because while they're waiting they could be hearing the most important

message: the gospel.

  

These are the smiling faces of campus missionaries.

CCN is training up students to confidently defend and share the gospel, and 

behind the smiles students are learning and growing up in the faith. 

What a joy it brings to glorify God while still in college! 

   

Students are studying the Bible, learning evangelistic tools, witnessing to their

peers, being encouraged in their walk with Christ, and sometimes it happens

before their next class! CCN missionaries invest in students, and students

invest in the Great Commission.  

 

It starts with a simple tract, and then the seed of the gospel is planted in the hearts

and minds of the readers. Oftentimes, students pocket the tract without reading it. 

They go about their day, and may stumble upon it while sitting down to eat lunch. 

It doesn't matter when or where a tract is read−as long as its read. 

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