Sharing the gospel in July

  • The Semester has begun and God is doing amazing things.

    Please welcome Leah.  This is her first semester as a Campus Leader at the University of Cincinnati.  We are so excited about all that is happening on the college campus.  Please pray for the students at the University of Cincinnati. We want students to get on fire for the one true gospel.

    I had an amazing conversation. I shared the gospel with a young lady and then asked her why she would not do something about it today. She said she had been thinking about getting back into religion but she believed in science. I explained that there are two pillars the hold up evolution. 1 is abiogenesis and that has not been observed and no one knows how that could happen. 2 is millions of changes in DNA that get you from ameba to human. Explained in depth how that could not happen. I explained the difference between historical science and observational science and that Christians believe and love observational Science.

    We talked about logic and how without God it is impossible to exist.

    I spent a long time explaining. I asked her again what she thought and she wept. I hugged her and gave her a bunch of info. Please pray for this young lady. She thanked me for sitting out in the cold and talking to people.

    Please continue to pray for all the students that we shared the gospel with this past month.

    You are invited to make an impact on the for Jesus.  Join us for the CCN Campus Mission Tour.  It will be happening in Pittsburgh March 6-9th.  We will be teaching Christians to share their faith in the evenings at Crosspointe Church March 6:45pm-9pm.  During the day we will be going to college campuses and sharing the gospel.  You can register at www.changeyourcampus.com/campus-mission-tour

    This is a free event and the first 25 people to register get a MacArthur Study Bible.

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Sharing the gospel in July

Best Witnessing Moment of the Month was when we were handing out tracts to kids at the park and one of the kids kept coming up and asking questions about the tract as he was reading it.  Then he brought a bunch of other kids over and I shared the 10 commandments with the kids.  Then I shared the gospel with them.  The one young man said Jesus is God?  He understood the gospel and had tears in his eyes.  I had to grab him to keep him up.  Next thing I know they are all sitting down on the ground and I am going through the old testament sharing about the Bible.  It was the best moments of the month.  This was at an event called Jesus Loves Chinatown.

We had a witnessing booth this month that CCN students helped out at.  It was a wonderful event.  We shared the gospel the hundreds of people.  Most people have never heard a good gospel explanation.  The one divinity student said he had never shared the gospel with so many people in one day.  I pray that when he becomes a pastor later this year he will remember this outreach.  Here is a picture of him sharing the gospel!

Several of the Campus Leaders went to an event called Jersey Fire.  This is a wonderful event where we go to the Jersey Shore to witness. Tons of people stop to talk and ask questions.   We have so many great gospel conversations.  Here is Cliff sharing the gospel with a bunch of young people.

Many of us attended an event called Jesus Loves Chinatown.  We were able to train up others to go out and share the gospel.   

We had outreaches in several cities.  Some of our campus leaders like to use signs to start gospel conversations.  Here is Ryan at outreach in Cincinnati, OH.  

We had outreaches in NYC as well.  Here is Nick and Amynah sharing the gospel in NYC.  Nick took the youth of his church out witnessing for several days in NYC.  He did a great job of training them up and taking them out.

God Bless You,

Thank You for your support!

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