This is the first time we've had a booth at the
Sherwood Robinhood Festival. It was a blast!
We had so much going on that it was incredible. We had dinosaur
tracts, magic tricks, illusions, reading the
wordless book, face painting, balloon scultures and more. We gave
out tracts at the parade
and shared the gospel with... well, I don't know how many people,
but it was a lot... and at least two accepted Christ as their savior.
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The booth. We have real dinosaur tracts to attract
and bring people to the booth. You can see heads turn as people
walk by the booth.
The dinosaur tracks get them to stop, and they leave with the gospel.
Kids hear the gospel through the Wordless Book and
they can have their face painted and hear the gospel again.
(We use the CEF method for sharing with kids.)
From the outside, on the street, looking in.
We had a constant stream of people stopping at the booth.
By Saturday evening we were exhausted... and filled with joy.
From the inside of the booth looking out.
We were there for two days. It was so exciting that none of
the booth staff slept much Friday night. And we were wide awake
ready to go Saturday morning.
Sharing the gospel at the Sherwood parade. The lady in white
is on our team. She is handing out tracts and talking with people.
This was our second year sharing
the gospel at the Sherwood parade.
Sharing gospel tracts at the parade. Notice the smiles.
People really love getting the million dollar bill gospel tract.
Sharing with teens. People of all ages stopped at our booth.
The curved illusion seemed to really grab the attention of teens
them over to the booth where we could then have a conversation.
Making balloon sculptures.
This was the first time we used ballons to attract people to hear
Touch Real Dinosaur Tracks - Hear The Story About Jesus. How do
those two go together? Come visit our booth some time and find
So many people stopped this weekend that we couldn't talk with
Our goal is to both share the gospel and help others learn
how to share the gospel.
We had ten volunteers this weekend and they all had a great
time. Those who were first timers were surprised by how easy,
and how much fun it is, to share the gospel. The festival vendor
coordinator commented that he had never seen people have so
much fun sharing the gospel.