Issue 2011 #3
Table of Contents:
Impact Canada Responses:
Tracts and Christian literature are 'Paper Missionaries' that have unique advantages. They usually cost just small change each, can get into doors where people cannot always enter, and they lie quietly in obscure places sometimes for long periods of time, before another person picks them up. Then they go to work once more presenting the Gospel message.
Some Want the Truth
In March of last year we finished mailing our booklets of testimonies, There is Hope, (or The Peace Factor, in some areas) to every home in Saskatchewan. Responses came in to the office for a few months after, and then seemed to peter out.
This summer another response has arrived from an 83 year old man in Shell Lake. He observed that churches have different angles on God. He added that some parts of the Bible were hard for him to understand. He wanted more information and a Bible lesson. A lesson has already been sent to him.
Would you pray that this man, and others like him, would have someone come into their life who would teach them the truth about God and His Word? There are hungry people out there who really would like to know!