Thursday, October 7, 2010

Would You Like To Join An Ongoing Christian Group Chat?

The word orignated in Sydney years ago around the North Shore and it certainly has spread throughout all Australia by now. There is a suburb named Chatswood in Sydney, the word was first used by a small group of individuals from the North Shore who had a disliking for a group of individuals from Chatswood. So if you were trying to offend your Shorey mate, you would call him Chat, or if you saw something lame, uber-ugly etc, you would call it chat. But we here in Dallas just use the term to say were gunna have a helpful talk that's real causal (and most of the time online). 

Fish For Souls Evangelism™ - Kurt von Schleicher

In facebook I started a "Group Chat"for world Christians (..naww, don't mean worldly saints or at least those who wanna stay worldly and wayward), but if you want to share what's on your heart in regard to this topic of world changing and all that's involved in preparing for that.. then come check it out, believer. Perhaps you'd simply like to join to enter and listen in some, or to share your personal story (testimony), or even to invite another believer who might be struggling in their walk. Anyways, here’s the link to pass on to those in your church, youth group, or at work:

So how does it work? Share your heart in an honest and good way. Do you have more questions? Well, here’s a simple video from the facebook office to splain how the feature works ..or feel free to just contact me via the comment part at the bottom of this entry. ~kurt at

Challenge Of The Day: What’s yer favorite evangelism or missions verse, or question, or witnessing kinda quote, or fishin' idea, or make-a-dif-song? Whatz ur plan to put it into action? This'll edify people!

I like how the Apostle Paul spoke of the blood. Do you have a whole bunch of wrong-doin's in your history that need to be dealt with? Christ's blood can cleanse anyone even today! The cross at calvary wasn't for nothin'! - it's to keep you away from the wrath of God for real. Paul said, "Much more then, having now been justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath through Him" (Rom. 5:9). I feel so SO grateful for Jesus and what he did on the cross for me!

OK now, here is my quote for you... '"Out, damned spot!' That is the true cry of human nature. That stain cannot be removed without blood, and that which is infinitely more, and deeper, and profounder, and more terrible than blood, of which blood is but the symbol - the suffering of Deity." ~G. Campbell Morgan

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