Monday, July 15, 2013

Sharing the Gospel Through Prayer...

James 5:16 "Therefore, confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another so that you may be healed. The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much."
David (pictured below) is a sidewalk counselor and his family is a Family on a Mission, ministering at many places, including with Cities4Life at Charlotte abortion mills. 

In the first photo below David is training his son, in the Hebrew way to train up children (see more here). His son is watching his father share with an abortion-determined father in his car. He is listening to his earthly father's wise words and learning how to apply the Biblical knowledge that is already being taught at home. 

In the second photo, I was able to get this man, "D", to stop and talk. Since his ex was already in the back and he had no way of contacting her to help her to choose Life, I briefly shared the Gospel with him, handed him the pre-abortion packet and a Gospel tract. I then called David over to pray over him, as David was the closest man in the proximity  Just as the other men in this ministry, David does a beautiful job of incorporating the Gospel and other Biblical truths into a prayer over this man. 


Does this ministry tug at your heart? Do you desire to do something that could change the world or save a life, but feel as though you're not the "spiritual giant" you want to be? 

God has already equipped you with his Holy Spirit and His Word. While our human words might be less than desirable or completely inadequate at times, the Lord uses HIS people for HIS purposes! 

If you want to get involved in this type of Gospel-centered ministry work, check out Sidewalks4Life and Cities4Life  or more information...or comment below!


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1 comments:

Jennifer said...

I just stumbled upon your posts and am going to spend a lot of time here. My friend and I, with our husband's blessing, feel led to get into this ministry, but we are terrified! We both homeschool as well and are terrified that this will be seized as an opportunity for the county to tear our family apart, since we would be out there "during school hours", plus being a Christian family, etc... We have been reading and educating ourselves and feel really led to do this. How do you get over that fear? How do you take that first step? Thank you for any advice!