Monday, April 9, 2012

Saturday 03-31-12

There was an art festival going on during the day at Mill Ave last Saturday. Security would not allow us to use amplification because of the special event, even though it was all closed down for the night.

So, Tom gave the security guards some glow sticks and we continued without amps and didn't have any trouble the rest of the night.

We decided to set up in the middle of the street at Mill and 5th, since it’s not often that we can be right in the middle of the intersection.
 A drunk guy on a bicycle stopped by to look at the Celebrity board. I started taking him through the Good Person Test (GPT), and he looked kind of uncomfortable. He kept turning away, even as he was still talking to me. When I got to the part of whether he'd go to heaven or hell if he were judged by the Commandments, he said he had to go and he was outa there! Obviously convicted, though, so pray that God would continue to work in his heart.

A couple of guys stopped by, Skunk and Joseph, one with a spiked mohawk. Someone had been handing out the 180 movie, and so they had seen some of the GPT before, so I skipped forward to the end. Skunk's mother is a "religious fanatic" (kinda like us), so they had some idea of what we were talking about. They listened and said that it did make sense to them. I gave them a couple of "Are You Good Enough to Get Into Heaven" tracts before they left.

You can check out a couple of videos below.  Don't forget to press the pause button on the music player to the right first:

Steve, one of our newer people, has become pretty bold in sharing his faith. He was talking to some kids, with their parents listening nearby, so I gave them a couple of the Ten Commandments coins. Dan got up on the box and gave the Ten Commandments for the first time, while I was talking with Jordan, who is not a believer, but likes to stop by and talk with us from time to time.

Soli Deo Gloria

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