Fight for souls
Sharing the Gospel with Love & Compassion
Are you apprehensive about sharing the Gospel? Do you have difficulty even knowing where to begin? Does the experience make you uncomfortable?
The “Good News Card” gives a clear and concise summary of the salvation plan and is designed to help you share the Gospel in a more focused and effective way.
These cards are intended to serve as a tool to help communicate the Gospel and hopefully remove some of the anxiety associated with the witnessing experience.
There's nothing more important than sharing God's Word.
“When we first started evangelizing on the Staten Island Ferry, I was a little nervous and felt out of my comfort zone. It ended up being a great experience to be able to minister and, with God’s help, plant seeds in the people I talked to. I pray that God will continue to sow those seeds. I was able to see God’s presence in this city and it was so great to be a part of it.”
“On the Staten Island Ferry, I got to reach out to this one woman who had just got kicked out of her house by her own father. She had no one to go to and I got to pray for her and lighten her mood. I’m not used to talking and praying with people I don’t know, and I was so happy.”
“A homeless gentleman expressed that he would like a coat like the one I was wearing, so I gave him mine. I could have worn that coat all winter and felt its comfort around me. But, the comfort within my heart seeing that man wear it far outweighed the coat on me.”
2 Peter 3:9
The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance.
“I got to talk to homeless people and realized that they are hurting and feeling abandoned.” – Delmar
“I was able to witness to a girl on the street, and it was very easy. God gave me the words to say, and I was surprised that I, despite being a shy and quiet person, was able to speak so easily.” – April
“I’ve realized that I can give just a little of myself and God can make it into something big and beautiful.” – Matthew