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3 Easy Gospel-Sharing Ideas for Father’s Day

Our Heavenly Father holds so much love for the people around us. That’s why He sent His Son Jesus as a sacrifice, so He could gain many children of God. Will you be part of introducing others to their Heavenly Father? Here are some easy ideas to get started: Pass out Dad-inspired treat bags filled with: the Gospel of John, beef jerky, cheese snacks, or a favorite candy bar. Treat your neighbors to a pizza on you, delivered along with the Gospel. 🍕 Give ‘Best Dad in the World’ Gospels to dads or families at the hardware store.

8 Ways to Share the Gospel with Dads, Grads, and Newlyweds

May is a month of excitement and celebration! In this sunny season, many of you are touching up the final plans for your wedding, graduation, or the upcoming Father’s Day. Even more exciting, you might be spending time with family and friends that you haven’t seen in a while. What a great time to share the Gospel with unsaved loved ones! 

5 Ways To Share Your Faith With Millennials

Have you ever wondered if your age affects how you share your faith? For example, does a teenager talk about their relationship with Jesus differently than someone in their fifties or sixties? We think so. That’s why we have developed a new tool to help leaders of every age influence the next generation. Influence is a new platform by The Pocket Testament League teaching practical evangelism in short videos and shareable content. 

Shake Off the Winter Blues: 11 Ways to Share the Gospel

Most people look forward to Christmas and the season cheer, but what happens when the holidays are long gone and the cold weather is still persisting? You might find yourself feeling stuck inside and a little blue. The good news is that it’s an awesome opportunity to make someone else’s day——and what better way than the Gospel of Jesus Christ! We’ve got a few cozy (and effective) ways to share the Gospel in the dead of winter.

When You Go Away… and Pray

“Now, why did I promise that?” Have you ever said that to yourself? Ever had one of those moments when you said you would do something? But then, when you realized what it would take to fulfill your commitment… well let’s just say, you had second thoughts! I posted a Blog on Christmas Day, “Jesus Went Away to Pray.” In it I shared a suggestion. As the year wound down, whether busy or not, I suggested you go away and pray and ask God to speak to you. The way Jesus took time away to pray.

How to Leave a Godly Legacy - Like Helen Cadbury

Birthdays are a significant time when we assess what we’ve accomplished so far in our lives and wonder about what still lies ahead. Everyone has ideas about what they are hoping for during different stages. Helen Cadbury was only 12 years old when she gave her life to the Lord and founded The Pocket Testament League. When she was 33, the League set up a new office in her home country of England, and on January 10th of this year, she would be 141 if she were still alive today. 

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.

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.

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.

Father’s Day: A Day of Giving Back

When the tradition of Father’s Day began over a century ago, Sonora Smart Dodd, pushed for her city to recognize her father’s birthday, June 5, to honor William Jackson Smart for his determination to sacrifice for and raise his six children alone. The city agreed and held the special event on June 19 to allow more to time to schedule events.

Now, we celebrate Father’s Day by spending time with our fathers, treating them to special meals and gifts, and looking back on memories with them. Over a century has passed, but Father’s Day still upholds the same roots as the first celebration—as a day of giving back.