Gospel Tracts: Going Fishing
The catch is miraculous.
Many Gospel for Asia-supported missionaries joined together to proclaim the Good News through Gospel literature.
These pastors started the day with 20,000 Gospel tracts—and by the end of the day, not one was left.
The eight pastors led 60 believers from their churches in passing out Gospel literature and sharing the love of Christ with those they met on the streets.
The group then distributed Gospel tracts at a medical clinic, where patients and doctors heard and responded positively to the message of the Savior.
In another region, 12 missionaries brought the message of God’s love to this town.
Despite the area being deeply rooted in a traditional religion, many received and read the tracts with enthusiasm, and no one opposed the missionaries.
At an annual festival, a team of 10 pastors and 15 believers shone brightly with Christ’s light.
Through Gospel tracts, 52,000 people heard about Jesus!
In addition to passing out tracts, they performed a skit to communicate the Good News.
Skits are a common way for Christians in South Asia to creatively tell the message of God’s love.
Pastors, Bible college students and office staff distributed Gospel literature in villages surrounding theirs and at this train station. In addition to the distribution, they sang worship songs and shared the Word of God with an audience of 300 people.
Later that day, the believers visited a community of 100 eunuchs. Nine of the men gladly invited the missionaries into their homes to share the Good News.
The 21 staff members in one of GFA’s regional offices regularly go out to share Christ.
On this particular day, they gave out Gospel literature to more than 50,000 people in less than four hours.