WTM Stories & Testimonies
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Series on Witnessing

Being Afraid is Good
Overcoming Fear
Basic Tract Tips
Asking Questions
Questions to Ask When Witnessing
More Confidence in Witnessing
10 Prayer Ideas About Witnessing
When They Aren't So Friendly
More Confidence in Witnessing
Keep Your Joy
Witness to Whom?
Where to Witness?
How to Witness (9 Tips)
How to Start Witnessing Conversations
More Witnessing Conversation Starters
Foundations of Christian Faith
Compare Jesus to Other Religious Leaders
Is the Bible True?
Evidence for the Resurrection
Start Witnessing!
Creative Ways to Distribute Tracts
4 Saved Through Tracts
Three 1940s Testimonies
Too Shy to Ask
Assurance of Salvation
A Sunday School Boy
Soliloquy by Magna
Definite Acceptance Cards
More Saved Through Tracts
Lydia Found What Was Lacking
God Will Save Us!
Ten Tract Distributors

I decided (some months back) to commit a half hour every Wednesday morning to a series on witnessing, particularly looking for ways to incorporate the use of tracts. This time was preempted from time to time, but I've found the only way to get something accomplished is to block off a regular block of time - and to guard it for that purpose. So that's what I did.

Besides, even though I did the layout for the tracts we publish, and sometimes write and edit them, I really don't seem to get around to using them in my personal witness. I suspect there are many other Christians who feel the same way, and have an undercurrent of guilt about it.

Well, let's face this problem and do something about it.

My starting point for this series on witnessing was the lessons I recently picked up from reading a book by a young woman (early 20s) who DOES grasp how to do this and who practices it on a continual basis.

Grace Mally wrote a book called, "WILL OUR GENERATION SPEAK? A Call to be Bold with the Gospel." From in her teens, her family has taught her to witness boldly in public places, and to use tracts freely. In this book she speaks to teens in particular, showing them in very practical steps how to go about witnessing boldly.

Her first points are that if we are afraid, we need to pray and ask God to make us fishermen. Right now! We must resolve to change our ways! And, we must remember that Jesus is working with us to build HIS Church.

Yes, we are partnering with a Winner!

I'm well past my teens, but Grace's principles can be applied in our own lives. Let's resolve to learn and do it in this series on witnessing!

What's Your Excuse?

What's your excuse that pops quickly out of your mouth if someone suggests, or even hints that you should be witnessing?

Here are some very common ones; is yours on this list? Or is it more original?

Aliens stole my tracts

I don't have the right personality

You have to become friends first; earn the right to talk so personally

I might make a mistake

I don't know enough

I don't have the gift of evangelism

I tried it; doesn't work!

I don't want to bother them

I don't have time

I can't communicate well

I'll just let them watch my life

There are answers for each of these excuses, you know. :)

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