What’s Your E-vangie Tale #19 and Evangelism Schedule


If you are a former liar, thief, blasphemer, and adulterer-at-heart, have trusted in Christ as payment for your sins and now tell others this good news… then share it with us!

This Friday at 4:30, we will go to the Hermosa Pier for one hour; on Saturday, we will go to Alpine Village. Click here for the details!


  1. These are from Carol Nicholson:

    Carol Nicholson Says:

    August 1st, 2007 at 11:07 pm e
    Went to RBpier after class, passed out lots of tracts,and spoke the gospel to many groups, and individuals. A group of four students here from France listened attentively to the entire gospel message, after I did the good person test, and they had all failed. One asked if they would go to hell for drinking. I told them a drink occasionally will not, but God did say no drunkards will go to heaven. Then I quoted 1 Corinthians 6:9-10.-, and gave them a description of hell. I asked if they go to church. One girl said she goes to Catholic. I warned her that God does not like us praying to Mary, or to saints and statues. I encouraged them to repent before it is too late, start reading the bible every day, and obey it, and to find a good christian church. They thanked me and said “God bless you”.

    Carol Nicholson Says:

    August 1st, 2007 at 11:19 pm e
    Approached a group of about six people, and gave them all million dollar tracts. One lady said cool, when can I cash this? Wells Fargo is open right now. I said, “You have to get to heaven first, before you can cash it” She replied, You’re cool, I like that”. She said she thinks she would go to heaven if she dies, because she is a good person. Nevertheless, she failed the good person test, so they all heard the full gospel message, and they thanked me.

    Carol Nicholson Says:

    August 1st, 2007 at 11:43 pm e
    Gave million dollar tract to a couple of Moslems. They considered themselves good, but failed the good person test. After listening to many strange and some funny beliefs like Jesus speaking from his basinet to the three wise men, who came to visit at his birth, telling them that he is a prophet. He never told them he is God. They were adamant about their belief the we get to heaven by good deeds, Allah is the only god, and he cannot die. I asked them to allow me to tell them what our bible teaches,and I believe it because it changed my life. The husband asked that I should come to his office and he will give me a quoran. I cordially left, saying God bless you. They said,”Nice talking to you”

  2. More from Carol:

    Carol Nicholson Says:

    August 3rd, 2007 at 9:35 pm e
    Went with group to Hermosa Pier and passed out lots of million dollar tracts. I got to test one waiter at one of the clubs, using the 10 commandments. He failed. so I was able to tell him the entire gospel message of salvation. I asked him if he knows how hell is described in the bible. He did not so I described it. As I continued to talk to him, he seemed so convicted, and sorrowful, I could not help but ask him if he wanted to pray, and ask God for forgiveness, and to come into his life to change him, and empower,and teach him to live a godly life. He immediately said yes. He did in his own words, right there on the outside where lots of people were dining. Has no idea he would have taken this step, considering he was on the job. Afterward, we prayed for him, gave him a bible, encouraged to start reading the bible, obeying it, and start going to church. He promised he would, and thanked us.

  3. Carol Nicholson Says:

    August 3rd, 2007 at 10:06 pm e
    Went to hostel in Hermosa, and got to talk to many European visitors. In one group of young men 3 claimed to be Jewish. They do not believe Jesus is God or that he died on the cross. I quoted them John 14-6, telling them also that Jesus is God. They said they do not believe, in the new testament. I told them they should buy one and read it. T here is nothing to lose. At this point, one of the other guys who was inside listening came out and declared that he does believe that Jesus is our Saviour. I asked if he is a christian. He replied in the affirmitive. I told him he should share the gospel wit them. He said that he does. I asked what he tells people they need to do to be saves. He said he tells them all they need to do is believe in the name of Jesus. I asked what about confession, repentance, and turning away from sin. He insisted that that just believing in the name of Jesus is sufficient. I told him even the devil believes in Jesus, but he is not saved. I then very loudly proclaimed the full gospel message, so everyone in the room, and hallway would hear. I warned him about the danger of pride, and to give furthur thought to our conversation. I explained the meaning of true repentance, as he obviously did not know. I left praying that God would enlighten him, and soften all their stony hearts. My lesson, do not allow a person’s claim to be christian dissuade you from probing furthur. Follow discernment instead. Usually, it does not take more than 2 questions to figure out thr true from the fake. True christians will understand what you are doing, and will not be offended. Amen

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