Everybody Has a Seed to Sow

Then Sings My Soul Saturday Meme

What would happen if we all witnessed - to the people in our own little area of the world? Many of us want to leave the evangelizing up to the "Called" or to the missionaries. But, I don't think that is what Jesus intended for us to do. He said: "And you will be my witnesses, telling people about me everywhere—in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1:8

Michael W. Smith & African Children's Choir

What can you do?
  • Deliver Church Event Fliers or Holiday Gift Bags to Your Neighbors?
  • Help Christian Orphan Ministries?
  • Witness through the Internet?
  • Minister to the Neighbor Kids?
  • Pass Out Tracts?
  • Start a Bible Study at Work or Home?
  • Start a Play Group at a Church to attract neighborhood women?
  • Volunteer to Help at Church Evangelistic Events?
You can search through hundreds of ideas and find one that fits with your personality at Easy to Evangelize.com

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Kelley at Aroma of Joy said...

This is so great! I think it is awesome how God uses us in such personal ways. There are areas I feel completely uncomfortable or inadequate but someone else thrives at them. Thanks for all of the practical ideas for evangelism!

Have a happy Saturday,

Lana G! said...

This is such a great reminder of being aware of the opportunities surrounding us each and every day!

Amy Wyatt said...

Thanks for joining in. These were such great ideas and yes... We are all called to be His witnesses. We not may have to go overseas... or maybe we do, but we are to tell others of His love for us no matter where we are. Thanks for this reminder.

A Stone Gatherer said...

You are such a blessing, with all the information you gather and share! Your heart is so for the Lord and his kingdom! Bless your heart as you are obedient to Him!

Susan said...

Wow, I've never seen this video before!! I know the song, how cool!

Yes, we do need to be made aware, there is a BIG world out there. We all do HAVE A SEED TO SOW!

I've been honored leave the USA 5x on mission trips, LIFE CHANGING. Once you go, you never ever forget those faces.

Thanks for sharing this awesome video this morning!!

Blessings to you♥

Amrita said...

Love that song. Thanks Shari

Angela @ Refresh My Soul Blog said...

First LOVE your blog design-it is different this week isn't it?

Love this song and your charge to us! Beautiful.

Ceci said...

I haven't heard this song in ages! I have to admit that "witnessing" is something that I've always felt awkward about...I've never felt like I could do street evangelism at all. But I have no problem giving God credit for anything and everything He's done for me. Sometimes that is a huge witness in and of itself. Thanks for reminding us of different ways to evangelize!

Melanie said...

I've always like this song and especially how they incorporated the African children singing. Yes, we all do have a seed to sow -- a great reminder in this song!

Ginger said...

I love this....I have a daughter that is extremely mission minded! Her hearts desire is to go to S. Africa. This past week during Spring Break, she walked the streets of our town and invited people to youth events they were having nightly.

Earthmommy said...

It is so true that we all have our own seed to sow, and we all have an area that we are strong in.

kmom3 said...

I am so glad God has so many ways for us to share with others about Him, so many ways we can minister to others! I am so glad He can use me! Thanks for the song, the ideas, and the link!
Blessings :)

Earthmommy said...

SO glad you found the Algerbar link helpful! I found another site that we may do Algebra 2 from and we may not even need the curriculum we bought. It's called coolmath.com.

Jenifer said...

I've never heard that song before. Awesome! God has called us all to be on mission for Him.

Thanks for visiting me today. Hope to see you again soon!


Tonya said...

Yes, if we answer to our "Titus 2" calling and help teach the younger women how GOD wants them be.. then we can start our ministry out of our own homes. (Or that of our friends)

THANKS SO MUCH for sharing your FIRE!

Jenileigh said...

Wonderful post! I didn't get to play this week because I was out of town but I really enjoyed this!

Scrapping Servant said...

I've never heard this song before... A-MEN again :o)