Touchcard testimony

I was reading a blog by Eric Geiger from down in Florida.  He tells the story of a guy from their town that showed up at one of their morning services with a hand full of touchcards that people had given him over the past few months.

It was because he had been handed these cards by so many people that he decided to stop by and see what all the fuss was about.  It truly is the little things that we do that will help reach out and connect others with the Father’s love and with one another.

Just a quick plug, we’ve got new touchcards being printed and should be available next week.  Swing by the Information Kiosk and grab a handful – but don’t keep them to yourselves!  Give them all away to people you meet each day.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by revkevgcc on August 18, 2007 at 11:06 pm

    not so much a tract as an invite card.

    We’re not really into tract evangelism (enough waitresses have missed out on well deserved tips because of well meaning – albeit cheap Christians)

    We try to be more relationally based in our approach to reaching out to people. By using the touch cards that tell people a little about our church, map & directions, web address & phone – people can decide for themselves if they would like to visit the church.

    One thing that we do try and communicate to all – our church may not be for all people but our desire is that all people would connect and commit to A church. It’s not about our specific church – it’s about HIS Kingdom…

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  2. What is a touchcard? Is it a tract?

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