Dec 9, 2009

Downtown Roanoke

So the tracts are printed, tied, and delivered....

And it was one of the best nights of my life.

The knot in my stomach was for naught.

The body of Christ is an awesome thing. I think the most important thing I learned by passing out Salvation Tracts was the reaction of fellow Christians. They would take one look and thank us, or hand them back and tell us to give it to someone else saying, "Praise God, I am already saved!" or keep it to give to someone else. I am so thankful for Evan's boldness in desiring to share the gospel because I never would have done this alone!

Apparently, rusty keys are a hit with the pierced crowd. We had people that would chase us down for a key.

And that's okay with us.


ranelle said...

the key idea is so cute! I'm glad it went ok for you!

Kelsey said...

YAY! Joni I was so excited when I saw you had a new post!! :) Glad Dickens went well for yall, that is an awesome idea! Everyone looks so cute in their hats and scarfs

Jill Elaine said...

Glad to know you are still around!! Sounds like you have been busy:)
love the rusty key, I probably would have chased you down too!

Mrs. K said...

Praise the Lord, I know He is pleased with our most meager efforts. Bless you!

McMaster and Storm said...

your idea was great, thanks for sharing.
Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

I would like to chase you down too! Judy showed me one of the tracts. I loved it!