For example: I set my goal pretty high I thought but then my giant was to go out sharing alone and actually make an impact. The first night, Sunday, I went out with one of my roommate and we got into a few good conversations but most everyone was drunk that we talked to. So that got me kind of down and discouraged. The next morning I get up and I decided to go out alone before I had to go pick up a girl at the train station who was coming to project. I went out in confidence and came back in complete doubt. I had gotten shot down at least 12 to 14 times and only got into one decently good spiritual conversation. So I was really down that day and kind of feeling worthless. But I went out again right before the 7 pm meeting and got into two really good spiritual conversations and then shared the gospel with two kids. Going out alone was a lot of fun and just to see God's faithfulness was awesome. Then right after the meeting I went out with one of my friends, Dane, and I stocked my back-pack with a crazy amount of KGP booklets. By the end of the night we had been sharing for about two or three hours and we had gotten into about 2 to 4 spiritual conversations but we shared the gospel with about 14 people. At the end of the night I was completely out of every single booklet I had brought. I was not expecting that at all and God totally used that for his Glory. That was really cool to see.
Okay one more story. Yesterday I went out with my leader, Matt, and we got into a solid conversation with these two guys that said they had just talked to two other people from Crusade. So we tried to see what they kind of got out of it, and were asking lots of questions. Before we knew it we were sharing the gospel with them and one of the guys prayed to receive Christ. So it was really cool to see that even if we are just planting the seed that God will use that in people's lives and give them other opportunities.
So yeah again God is working here in our lives in Ocean City and in the people here. So just keep praying and thinking of us. Thanks and I'll keep you updated on the week.