How in the world could I forget this significant holiday?
On March 29, 2006, I made public a blog about Biblical evangelism; it was called “E-vangie Tales and More.”
When I first started sharing my faith on a daily basis back on January 1, 2004, I realized that people’s reactions were interesting, funny, sometimes shockingly rude, and on occasion, threatening. I wrote about these experiences using humor and a fair amount of irony (with a dash of sarcasm), and sent them weekly, via email, to various members of my church congregation to encourage them to evangelize.
After hearing “Hell’s Best Kept Secret,” on July 31, 2005, my evangelistic adventures went through the roof. “Sinners” were actually interested in what I had to say about eternal things; they were concerned about Heaven and Hell, and many wanted to know the Savior. I wanted the Christian world to know about the excitement that comes when we obey Christ’s command to “Go into all the world and preach the Good News to all creation.” That’s why I started this blog.
I want to encourage you to never give up sharing your faith; I want to offer new ideas for you to try where you live; I want to spur you on to love and good works.
If I wanted a popular blog I could have chosen a more commercial topic than Biblical Evangelism, but this is my life’s purpose. On this blog, you can count on the content being evangelism-related, not much “other stuff”: No pictures of cute animals doing household chores, very few devotionals, and not too many debates on doctrinal issues (unless they are evangelism related)—I will leave that to the experts. No, what the world needs now is love, sweet love—love for the lost!
I’ll do my part to stimulate it.
Thanks for your support!