by Dustin Serns, Pastor of the Port Orchard Seventh-day Adventist Church
Here are two reasons why every church should:
At the first meeting of my youth Bible study last night, I asked about their experience studying the Bible so far. A 10-year-old pulled some GLOW tracts out of his pocket and said, “I’ve been reading all these. There is only one left that I haven’t read yet.”
When I showed the group in the lobby where to get their Amazing Facts Bible lessons for the study, an 8th grader said, “Oh, I’ve already finished reading through lessons 1-8. I don’t have them anymore though because after I read them I share them with my friends at (public) school. Is that okay?”
If you don’t have Bible study guides and GLOW tracts available at your church, ask your church leaders what it would take to get that started and volunteer to help order and stock them.
If you already have them, share them with people in your community and encourage others to do the same. God might just surprise you in awesome ways.