What is the Everyday Club? It’s an evangelistic Club where you make it your goal to share your faith everyday through tracts, personal witnessing or open air preaching. You make your own personal goal and report it here every month.
The minimum goal would be to hand out one tract a day, but you can make whatever goal you want. So far, 39 people have made a daily evangelistic commitment. (Read more about the Club and see who’s in it, here.)
The Club’s purpose is to allow you an opportunity to set an evangelistic goal and monitor your progress and faithfulness to that goal. This is not a legalistic prescription or a vow; it’s simply a personal goal. Sometimes you will fall short, other times you’ll hit it. (Please read some safeguards against pride written by my friend, Tony Miano, here.)
My own personal goal is to hand out 10 tracts a day or have at least one personal witnessing encounter, and to open air preach when the opportunity arises. Because of my commitment to The Everyday Club I didn’t want to miss a single day in January—and believe me, there were some days that I just plain didn’t want to share my faith.
If you would like to join, please do. Simply state your daily goal and report on it in the comments section every month. Now’s the time to report on how well you did for the month of January. Here’s how I did:
By God’s grace I was able to witness everyday in the month of January. I sometimes would forget and would remember late at night. I’d then go out of my way to a grocery store or fast food joint to deliver my ten tracts. I was kept accountable by writing down my progress. Here are my numbers:
- Tracts: 1450+
- Personal witness : 32 people
- Open air opportunities: I preached 15 times to approx. 1100+ people. (Remember, I went to three major SoCal parades in the month of January; that’s why the numbers are so high.)
There were two professions of faith: Joe and Sheena. Please pray for them as well as Martin, “Big Face 100,” Alex, John, Ricardo, Thomas and Carol (I remembered to write down the names of some of the people to whom I shared my faith.)
(Now, please post your results below.)