Christians all over the world are sharing the Gospel in their own way, according to their unique abilities and opportunities. The goal in September is attainable for everyone: Reach at least one person for Jesus! This is just a starting point, and all Christians can participate.
Some practical examples of how others are sharing Christ include...
Your story is the best tool you have to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ. It is personal, it is real, and it is the thing you know the most about—your own experience with God.
Take some time to pray and write down the ways you have been sharing your faith. Ask the Holy Spirit for help. Writing it down will help you organize your thoughts and communicate clearly.
You should be able to tell your story in 3 minutes or less. Good stories should be engaging and concise. All of Jesus’ parables were this way and we would love to tell stories like Jesus.
"You will change the ecclesiastical and missional landscape of the PCG. You will impact eternity... Plans and strategies are imperative, but the greatest weapon we have is our PCG people."
-Dr. Wayman Ming Jr., General Bishop
Jesus’ last words on earth were very clear: “Go into all the world and preach the Gospel to all creation” (Mk. 16:15). Unfortunately, some have taken this statement as a suggestion rather than a command. Believe it or not, through the power of the Spirit, we are ALL called to be witnesses.
So what can YOU do to share the Gospel? All you need is a willingness to go and use your gifts as the Lord leads you. There are countless ways to do this, either on your own or with a group or church.
Each September, we ask every PCG pastor all around the world to mobilize and send his / her church to reach people in their community. Be unique. Be creative. Be yourself in your intentional effort to grow the church of Jesus Christ in a worldwide harvest.
After all, the church wasn’t intended to take place within the four walls of a building. So our prayer is that the Kingdom of God will come to earth – that what’s up there might come down here, and what’s down here might go out there.