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FIRST DAY OF OUTREACH AT GA TECH (FEBRUARY 17, 2011)

I HAVE HAD ONE OF THE BEST DAYS OF MY LIFE AT THE NEW GA TECH OUTREACH. ALL THE PREPARATION WAS WORTH IT, AND GOD WAS AT WORK THROUGH OUR OUTREACH THERE. I was there from 3:00-7:30. (The team was there until almost midnight working in evangelism.) I LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT! I have never felt happier or more indebted to God for being willing to use me in such glorious work! I witnessed hard hearts softening today toward Jesus. God used our team to point out to atheist and agnostic students that they were full of FAITH, just faith in themselves. Also, I spoke about music, as I asked how music could have evolved from a fish. One student thought that humans were no better than animals. I asked, “Have you ever known an animal to solve a chemistry equation?”

One of the students admitted to John Rosser, the leader, that he was a relativist. John cannily asked, “Are you sure about that?” He continued, “If you are sure about being a relativist, everything is not relative.”

It was a great day, and God was at work. WE HAVE A REMARKABLY STRONG TEAM OF CHRISTIANS DEFENDING THE FAITH IN LOVE AND TRUTH AT THIS NEW OUTREACH TABLE LOCATION. It is exciting!

More details about the first day of outreach at GA Tech and photos of our resources used in evangelism are available on the LTW blog.

John and Lee Rosser lead this outreach location. Please contact them to find out more about our evangelism at GA Tech.

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