|Here is the McGregor team sharing the Gospel|
at a soccer field in Zanglais, Haiti.
How did we do evangelism? This week, we focused on 2 strategies. First, after arrival in the community, we split the large team of 27 into smaller groups, and sent out each small group on foot with a local church leader. We ALWAYS do this in coordination with a local church leader (Deacon, Deaconess, Pastor) so they can evaluate the responses and followup after our teams have gone. Each group visited homes (actually front yards since Haitians tend to be outside) and shared the Gospel. Secondly, in the afternoons we would go back to the same community and have a casual gathering of kids at the local soccer field (many would come because they were invited and others would come to see what was happening and play games). As we would faithfully present the Gospel, we heard "no", we heard "I will think about it" and we certainly heard "I'm Catholic", but we also heard "YES" 46 times! We praise the Lord.
We trust that these were authentic decisions to change their eternal zip code. We count on the local church to follow up and plug these new believers into their fellowship so they can be discipled.
|Pastor Ben praying for Pastor Olbert|
at the Pemel church plant.