Christmas outreach

Listen to “John the Baptist” by “Grandma” Joelee

Here is another Children’s Bible Audio by “Grandma” Joelee for the Christmas season
“John the Baptist.”

We are linking to different audio’s that are connected to this time.

This one is a fill an audio that gives the story of a person in the Bible. It’s made for children about from 4 to 10 (though sometimes in adults enjoyed listening to them) and of course is connected to the gospel.

Other Children’s Bible Audios-Stories for Kids for this Season
Listen to “The Real Christmas Story for Children” by “Grandma Joelee”

Balboa Park Christmas Outreach – David Edwin Hall

Here is a link to David Hall‘s Facebook page where he gives an update on his evangelistic outreach in Balboa Park, has some pictures, and two videos of Christmas carols. One of the Christmas carols is “Silent Night“ and the other is a Ukrainian Christmas Carol. Read about his witnessing and using apologetics to spread the Gospel HERE on Facebook.
You do not need to sign into Facebook to watch this. You can go to Balboa Park on Saturdays to check out this great local ministry. His outreach is set up by the fountain.

Also, David has an updated version of his website. Check it out here for a lot of great apologetic and evangelistic resources
Science Scripture Salvation Outreach

And here he has a website with Christian poetry
Quiet Time Poems

Personally, I think these offer a good balance of “Christianity for the tough minded“ and “Christianity for the tender hearted.“ But after all, God loves everyone, Christ died and rose from the dead for everyone, and the Holy Spirit calls everyone to salvation, so it makes sense that Christianity was made for everyone. The Lord Jesus Christ is returning, and today is the day of salvation – trust in Him today and be saved!

Free Christmas Evangelistic Outreach Resources

We have free evangelism resources for this Christmas at the Chapel.

These include Christmas bracelets that say “Jesus is the Reason for the Season.”

Also, two Christmas buttons with “Jesus, our Living Hope – Merry Christmas” or “Jesus, He came for you – Merry Christmas.” Pick the one you like, they both have a good message. Jesus did come for all of us, and He is our living hope, for He rose from the dead.

We also have two gospel tracts you can give out during the Christmas season. One is a general Christmas gospel tract, “Jesus – The Real Meaning of Christmas.” This one presents the gospel in a Christmas context with a number of Bible verses from the Old and New Testament.
The other is “How to Recognize the Messiah.“ This one would be good for anyone but is particularly for Jewish people. It presents the gospel with a number of fulfilled messianic prophecies particularly about the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ.