Peace if possible. Truth at all costs. ~ Martin Luther

Why Million Dollar Bill Gospel Tracts Are Our Favorites! [Video]

Million dollar bill tracts are our absolute favorites for general use because they’re just so easy to give away.  In fact, they almost give themselves away.  It’s not uncommon for people to chase you asking for more for their friends. In this video, my daughter Bethwyn demonstrates just how easy it is.

31 Day Challenge Tracting Tips Video #1

Ewan and I had some fun together yesterday for Day 1 of our S.O.S. 31 Day Challenge. Watch the video for how to keep your car Challenge-ready AND tract placing idea #1.

The S.O.S. 31 Day Challenge Has Launched!

Yes, the day has arrived; it’s October 1st.  Over 180 people have made the commitment that every day this month we will share the gospel – either personally or by giving / planting a gospel tract – with at least one person.  As we all keep that commitment, a minimum of 5580 people will receive […]

UPDATE: S.O.S. 31 Day Challenge – 1 Week To Go

With one week to go, we have 139 people signed up ready to start the S.O.S. 31 Day Challenge on October 1st. Already that means a minimum of 4309 people will be presented with the gospel in some form in October. Even more importantly, we’re believing for all the believers who are participating to be mobilized to make […]

“Qualifications for Soulwinning” by D.L. Moody [Dead Guy University]

Each Sunday we post a short classic piece from famous Christians signally used by God down through the history of the church. Today we look to a classic sermon preached by Dwight L. Moody (1837-1889). Qualifications for Soul Winning by Dwight L. Moody God had no children too weak, but a great many too strong to make use of. God stands […]

“Who Cares?” by William Booth [Dead Guy University]

Each Sunday we post a short classic piece from famous Christians signally used by God down through the history of the church. Today it’s a challenging call to soulwinning by William Booth (1829-1912), Founder of the Salvation Army. Who Cares? By William Booth On one of my recent journeys, as I gazed from the coach window, I […]