Tracts Work —In Prisons and On The Streets
Brockhoff has teamed with local pastors to expand to as many different prisons as possible. Heading the outreach is Pastor Alonzo who is a veteran of the gospel, having guided the planting of 13 local church congregations. “God has given us favor with the authorities so that the prisons have welcomed the teams and many of the prison staff have also responded to the gospel,” he reports.
Streets of South Africa:
He is starting a third year of a Bible School training for a vision to “see Bible-believing churches planted up and down this country.” He, like other missionaries, have discovered that saturating a community with gospel tracts and street evangelism will get the attention of enough people “who have ears to hear” to start a young congregation. Tracts become an important part of the mix by both providing basic instruction in the gospel and making it easy for new believers to witness.
The tracts also become a first attention getter. Those who respond to the seed planted by the tracts are followed up on with training videos and Bible courses. Fleuch says that their worship services have grown requiring more chairs and space. Many who attend local “mega-churches” are not exposed to soul winning, but some are discovering the joy of street witnessing by learning of Fleuch’s ministry.
He relates how one group was introduced to public soul winning: “For the next three hours, we stopped every soul we could. After preaching to one guy for a while, I started to walk away when I saw somewhat of a terrified look on his face. I asked him if he was alright to which he replied, 'No! What if I died tonight; I wouldn’t go to heaven!' A few moments later that young man bowed his head and asked Jesus Christ to save him from hell.
"The group that was observing about lost it! They had never seen anyone get saved before. That night we held a three-hour Bible Q&A session attended by that 15-person group. The next day, we headed back to the streets for another three hours. This time, our group had grown to six people. They were flying up and down the streets handing out tracts and talking to people.”
This is typical of the missionaries who have found the value of Chick tracts as first bait in fishing for souls. God has allowed Chick Publications to join in the translating of tracts into over 100 languages and to maintain printing equipment capable of producing hundreds of thousands of tracts on very short notice.
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