Witnessing Stories

St Patrick’s Parade Report

We just arrived home from the St. Patrick’s Parade about an hour ago. It was rainy and cold, but that didn’t keep everyone away! It was funny seeing lots of people wrapped up in their fuzzy blankets waiting for the parade to start.

Some friends from our church and Bright Lights group came with us and together we passed out about 2,000 tracts. It was a lot of fun! –Especially since most people smiled and thanked us, sometimes asking for more. We also got into several good conversations with people.


A real highlight for me was listening to the stories that were told at a coffee shop afterwards. We sipped our coffee and hot chocolate and listened to reports. My dad told a story about how he had talked with someone for a long time and then they prayed to accept Christ, (!!!!) and Sarah explained about an interesting talk she had had with a young Mormon who was really open and interested in what she was saying.

My friend Nickie got into a talk with a lady who called herself a “born again Christian”, but didn’t really know the Lord. So Nickie asked her, “When you say ‘born again’, what does that mean to you?”
Her response was a confirmation to Nickie that this lady didn’t really know what she was talking about–she just knew some Christian terminology.
“Well, would you like to know what I believe?” Nickie asked.
“Sure” she said.
Nickie explained the gospel, and she was very receptive.
“Do you have a Bible?” Nickie asked.
“Yes” the lady answered.
“I’d suggest reading the book of John,” Nickie said.
“John? Ok.” she answered affirmitively.
Nickie left her with a tract entitled “How Can We Know We’ll Go to Heaven?”. (By the way, I’d recommend this tract–it’s very clear and informative.Click here to read it.)

If any of you passed out tracts today we would all be encouraged to hear about it! Please post a comment and share…


  1. Wow! Thats wonderful that so many people took tracts! I hope that many people came(or will come) to Christ because of what you did.
    God Bless!

  2. Dear Grace,

    Wonderful! I wish my family and I could do something like that.:)

    Ps. 111:10

  3. Hello Grace!

    It has been awhile since I have talked to you, and you might not remember me. I was looking up your books, and found your website! It is such a blessing and encouragement to me.

    Praying for you and your family.

    Michelle Epperson

  4. I love that kind of opportunity! Right now my sister is making little Easter baskets out of paper cups,with tracts inside!

    PS.Our Dad is taking us to the Home school confrence! See you there!
    With love Lydia.

  5. It’s great that you passed out so many tracts. I wish that I could do something like that.
    -Sarah E.

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