Thanks for helping our family leave more evidence of our faith in communities across America! Ever since I started chalk art ministry in 1994, I have prayerfully wondered what God planned for the future. Would there always be opportunities and open doors to use Art to teach the Bible? Yip, here we go again for an amazing line up of ministry from Pennsylvania to New Mexico, Alabama to Alaska, and all in between in 2019!
This summer a church is bringing youth and adults for a missions experience with us at Summer Camp on the Navajo Nation in New Mexico. Pray for God’s refreshing Spirit in making disciples together.
Thanks for your prayers and generosity in sustaining our family in ministry. We always say yes to opportunities; and, God always provides along the way. We are truly happy and blessed in Christ! Check out the ideas below for a great year of personal and corporate evangelism:
Evangelistic Ideas for Every Season…
JAN: Take some homemade cookies and a devotional booklet, like Our Daily Bread, to every neighbor within sight of your home and/or church.
FEB: Print valentines for everyone in your daily routine. Quote 1 John 4:10 or John 3:16. Sign it, “Your Christian Friend from ChurchName.”
MAR: Change your media background, social media post colors, and clothing to reflect the wordless gospel message, and tell others the meanings.
APR: Print out Easter Hymns/Choruses and gather a group to go “Easter Caroling” in neighborhoods or extended care facilities.
MAY: Sponsor Good News Chalk Talks for an Evangelistic Block Party in a low-income housing common area. Personally distribute flyers and meet the residents.
JUN: Sponsor a youth you know for a Bible camp experience, offering information to the parents, financial and transportation assistance.
JUL: Get popcorn and a Christian movie, invite an un-churched friend to your home or church to view–or give it away with a church invitation.
AUG: Sponsor a back to school pizza party, inviting a Chalk Evangelist, Police Officer, and Christian with a great over-comer salvation testimony.
SEP: Send a letter to every first-responder/local leader you can think of, thank them for serving & invite them to church-include a gospel track.
OCT: Ask an un-churched friend to attend a revival or church service with you and give feedback as to how they find it relevant/helpful for life.
NOV: Prepare a Thanksgiving Food Box & deliver it with a church invitation.
Facilitate these ideas by providing church programming conducive to evangelism. Keep devotional booklets available, print gospel tracts with church information, provide wordless books & bracelets, Bible camp affiliation and promotion, recommend Christian media, promote Friend Days, Chalk Revival Services, and intentional community outreach plans.
DEC: Print a Christmas Carol Sheet w/ church info. Gather a group & carry copies to a neighborhood–give a copy to each home as you sing.