01/12/2014 by Chris Green
This Sunday, we’re heading into a couple of big evangelistic opportunities and we intend to harvest.
We are gently evangelistic all the time, of course, and there are plenty of opportunities to respond to the gospel. But once in a while it’s good to shake the tree.
And this time we’ve put together a collection of items to give to people beginning their Christian life. Rather than just a gospel or a booklet, we’re going the hole hog. And I’d love you to pile in below, with your suggestions about what else to include.
It’s all in a plastic wallet with a cover sheet, and then inside there’s
- A brief letter from me, with a simple comment on gospel assurance and my contact details
- An invitation to our next course, this time Christianity Explored, with booking details
- An evangelistic booklet, this time “Christmas in three words’, by Vaughan Roberts
- A copy of Mark’s gospel
- A recording of a talk a gave recently, on ‘Why should I become a Christian’, topped and tailed with some nice music and an introduction. Next time I’d want to add a talk on ‘How do I know I’ve become a Christian’ as well.
What do you think – too much, not enough or wrong target? Pile in!