Hi all, I hope this Christmastide is blessing you. I recently met a gentleman from Michigan in a gas station parking lot who was on his way to Florida for vacation. He greeted me with a smile and a heartfelt "Merry Christmas!" and handed me a small slip of paper and went back to pumping his gas. The paper read that the gentleman's name was Mike and that he was trying to share the gospel with at least 500 people during the month of December. Then in a very brief but, imho, effective way he shared the gospel. On the reverse side, he invited the reader to pray the sinner's prayer, repent of his sins, go to a bible believing church, and get baptized. Now, I recognize that there are probably drawbacks to his methods in the eyes of many forum members. But I must say, methods aside, he was doing the work Our Lord committed us -- each of us -- to do. In one 5 minute gas up, he shared his faith with more people than I've shared with all year. I was ashamed. And rightfully so I believe. Then I got to thinking. What Anglican sources are there available for helping us share our faith? I've been searching, and I could just be missing them, but I can't find any. There are many resources for helping to make those who are already Christian into Anglicans but where are the tools for sharing the Gospel with non-believers? If you have any, please pass them along to me. I think my New Years resolution is to be a better worker for the Lord of the harvest.