Category: Witnessing for Wimps

  • From the Archives: Letting God Speak

    Originally written March 16, 2016 A few weeks ago a missions team came to Barrouallie to run a fee health-clinic during the day, and then VBS at night. After seeing one of the doctors people would walk down to the pharmacy (located at Church) and wait for their prescription to be filled.  I was lucky […]

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  • Moving Past “Dump Truck Method” Responses to the Gospel

    My second year of Bible College the Lord taught me a very important lesson about how to study for exams.  I’ve always been able to memorize things very easily so throughout High-School my way of studying was to write things down on a piece of paper and then review it verbally.  The night before most […]

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  • The Biggest Lie Satan Told Me About Evangelism

    This may sound strange but as a kid not only did I not feel called to Missions, the idea of sharing the Gospel scared me to death. Part of this had to do with my introverted personality [1] but in a deeper sense my fear of sharing the Gospel came from lies that Satan had […]

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  • Why Salvation is a Choice

    During my first few months in Barrouallie it became apparent many children came to Bible club not because they were interested in Christ, but for the chance to get some of Mr. John’s juice (koolaid) or play one of my tablets.  Of course this is normal so I decided to look children who actually wanted […]

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  • A Culture that can Quote Romans 3:23 but has no idea what it means 

    Last week I shared a story about sharing theGospel with people who came during a free medical-clinic run by a missions team in St. Vincent.  It was interesting how many of them had a basic knowledge of Scripture (knew what to say) but didn’t know what the right answer actually meant.  For instance when asked […]

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