The following is from the Pocket Testament League (ptl.org)
7 Ways to share Christ while practicing socially distancing
1. Be a good neighbor.
Take a prayer walk around your neighborhood. Maintain a healthy distance from others, but encourage those you see along the way with a kind word, smile, let them know that you’ll be praying for them and that you’re there if they need anything.
2. Share the wealth.
If you are stocked up with food and toilet paper, look for those in need. Put a flyer up near your community’s mailboxes or on neighborhood Facebook group and let people know that you have extras or are healthy enough to go on supply runs for those in need. When you share your supplies, share a pocket-sized Gospel, too.
3. FaceTime story time with Mini BFFs.
If your friends have young ones stuck at home, FaceTime them and read them a story. Bonus points if it’s a Bible story. Teach them your old-school favorite Sunday school songs. Let them know that you and Jesus love them. Your friends will get a short break, you’ll get entertained, and the kids will have a break from boredom.
4. Bless the delivery guys.
If you are ordering delivery food or supplies, bless the delivery guys. Leave a basket of bottled drinks, snacks and pocket-sized Gospels by the door with a Thank You and Please Enjoy note.
5. Get Crafty!
Many adults and kids love getting crafty! Get out the art supplies and make cards. If you have stamps and envelopes, mail them out and add a gospel too! Or hand-make cards and projects you can leave on the doorsteps of neighbors and friends.
6. Consider the lonely.
Who do you know that’s elderly or single that may be feeling extra lonely these days? Call, text, FaceTime, drive by and wave from the car. A smile, silly song or conversation may be exactly what this person needs.
7. Leave a supply!
At the grocery store, community entrance or outside your front door, leave a supply of Gospels with a note that says “Take one for free… it could save your life!”
Keep the faith. Keep reading and sharing God's Word! Be safe and follow the national guidelines for social distancing. And if you're sick or don't have a supply of Gospels on hand, check out our NEW digital Gospel. -PTL
What an encouragement from PTL! I love learning how others are sharing the Good News; especially during times when person to person contact is so limited. Can you add to this list? Please do so by commenting below. -Toby
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