Tonight, I spoke with Surjith in India, James in Australia, and Joshua in Illinois.
Surjith is a new Christian. This was our second conversation through exchanging email messages. We’ve been talking about how to grow, the importance of attending a local church, and having a personal time of Bible study and prayer each day.
James wrote, “I really want to receive Christ into my life, but I don’t know how to go about it.” I shared some basics of opening the door and inviting Jesus into his life. I hope James contacts me again to share that he has asked Christ in.
Joshua wrote, “I have fallen from grace. I believe it was because I was not real close to God. I need prayer for strength that I will not fall again.” I’m helping Joshua understand the promise Jesus makes in Revelation 3:20. I wrote, “Please read Revelation 3:20. Joshua, he says that if you will open the door, he WILL come in. He does not say he MIGHT come in, or if you are good enough, he’ll come in. No, he PROMISES to come in.”
Sitting in my house in my shorts and t-shirt, I’ve journeyed from India to Australia to Illinois as an email mentor. I love being Christ’s ambassador, helping people in spiritual need. This has been an evening with eternal significance, from my home in Orlando.
While in Texas, we shared with some how you, too, can have an online ministry. Today, my colleague Rob wrote a short article about two Campus Crusade locations where you can volunteer to become an email mentor. If you would like to explore how to have spiritual conversations with hurting people, read Rob’s article, and follow one of the links to sign up as a volunteer.