4 Ways To Share God’s Word This Fall!

Each season has its own unique characteristics and events. God made everything to
be beautiful in its time and fall is no exception! Hopefully there have been many
opportunities for sharing during the back to school season. It is a wonderful time to
start new routines, catch up with old acquaintances, and enjoy a change in scenery.

How to Fulfill the Great Commission @ Work

Do you have a burden for your unsaved friends and family? As believers, you probably hear this question many times over. Pastors will talk about it from the pulpit, calling you to think of the unsaved people in your life. What about witnessing to your coworkers? You know you should be reaching out but don’t know the best approach.


At The League, we praise God each day for the wonderful Christians we have the privilege to equip with pocket-sized Gospels of John. Today, we ask that you join us lifting up our ministry partners at Minuteman Disaster Response who are on the scene to provide assistance in South Texas.

Gearing Up for Fall Evangelism

Are you excited to spread the Good News of Christ this fall? While the summer has held many adventures, traveling for vacation and basking in the great outdoors, we can all look forward to the wonders of the new season. Before the brilliant colors and joy-filled holidays get here, though, you can gear up for fall evangelism ahead of time! After all, you’ll have countless opportunities to share the Gospel. 

The New Freshman 15 – 15 Tips to Keeping your Faith in College

Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing. – James 1:2-4

Unless you’ve been living under a rock somewhere, you’ve probably noticed that young people have been dropping out of the church in record numbers. Polls, studies, and reasonable observation show that, especially among the college educated, religious affiliation all together is on the decline. As many as 70% of high school students who attend church will drop out by their sophomore year of college1. Some of that percentage will return later on, but many will not. 

How to Use Pocket Testaments for ESL and non-English Speakers

In case you haven’t noticed, we live in an increasingly diverse nation. It is very likely, whether you live in a big city or a small town, you encounter people who do not speak English as their first language. Do those people need the gospel of Jesus Christ in their lives? 

Of course they do! But it can be intimidating to know how to share when you don’t speak the same language. The good news is that you don’t have to speak the same language to share a pocket Gospel. There are 19 different languages available to share with many of the people you will meet. Some of those languages even come in bilingual versions. 

How do young students feel about Pocket Gospels?

“This will be your opportunity to bear witness.” (Luke 21:13)

When students in a 3rd and 4th grade class pondered how to be the “salt and light” in the world, one student offered to give a Bible to everyone in his neighborhood. Other students loved the idea, but wondered how they could obtain all those Bibles. As is often the case, God gently revealed the answer:  Pocket Gospels!

The teacher suggested 10 apiece. Not enough. She suggested 100 apiece. Still not enough. By the end of class, the students had determined they needed a bazillion of them to properly get the Message to others.

It’s time to Celebrate International Chocolate Day!!


Today is the day to indulge in that favorite dark chocolate bar or fluffy chocolate mousse. Break out the big scooper for some double chocolate ice cream and make sure to add fudge to everything in sight! 

Chocolate is one of those things that we love to celebrate. It is popular all around the world and comes in more varieties that you can count. But did you know that The Pocket Testament League has a long association with chocolate? Our founder, Helen Cadbury, was part of the Cadbury Chocolate family! 

The Great Adventure - Read, Carry & Share God’s Word on Vacation

Sometimes we need to break unwritten rules to reach strangers for Christ. There are evangelism opportunities everywhere we look, even on vacation. Or riding a horse carriage. 

Do you know that unwritten rule about riding in the back of a horse carriage? Your driver operates the horse and buggy, you sit quietly snuggled up with your spouse taking in the sights of the city and no one speaks. 

10 Tips to bring up Christ to strangers in a friendly non-awkward way

What emotions or thoughts come to mind when you hear the word “evangelism”? Is it excitement about the privilege to tell others the best news they will ever hear? Is it uncertainty about how to go about sharing the Gospel? Is it doubt that God could use you to impact someone’s life? Is it fear of stepping out into potentially awkward and uncomfortable situations or rejection? We have all had these emotions when thinking about sharing our faith. But we don’t have to be uncertain, doubtful, or fearful to share Christ in our everyday lives with people we know or even with strangers.

Family Evangelism 101 - How to Host Like Jesus This Summer

Summer vacation means time to host family, friends, and even strangers. But, are you adequately prepared to not just host, but also share The Gospel message with people who come to your house? 

It is a daunting task to get everything ready for your guests. First, you have to clean out the guest room that turned into a "storage" location during the winter months.