More about Fishing

More about Fishing

This is a national initiative to encourage and equip local churches to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Literally, from coast to coast God’s people are deciding to join hands.

We invite you to join with us - it is exciting and rewarding.


The believer only needs compassion that results in passion.

The essentials: The Word of God, the Holy Spirit and dusty shoes.


In this effort we are suggesting two kinds of evangelism:
    1. As we are going, every day, everywhere we go. Matthew 28:18-20  This is a life time life style, no retirement! As I am going to – bank, eating out, doctor‘s office, hospital, Walmart, gas station, Lowes, job, mission trip (coming and going). You fill in the blank and that is what the Great Commission means. EVERYWHERE LEAVES OUT NOWHERE! It’s who we are in Christ. Wherever I go the Good News goes with me. We are chosen, holy, proclaimers. 1 Peter 2:9

  1. Community/town/city saturation - every home receives a full picture of what it means to be born again, and how to be born again. Much more than a door hanger saying “y’all come.” 


This is not personality driven, consumer driven, ego driven, entertainment driven, but Holy Spirit driven.


We must believe that what God’s Word says is more important and more powerful than anything we have to say about His Word. Only God’s Word is fully inspired and without error.  Therefore our confidence lies in His Word, not in our words about His Word. Isaiah 55:10-11 And we must pray that the Holy Spirit will lead us to people he has prepared to receive God’s Word.


For sure there is a connection between the mission of Jesus and our mission. He came to seek and save the lost. In a sense, we are an extension of the incarnation. Jesus is The Son, we are the sons. We are to seek and let Him save the lost.

Luke 19:10, John 20:21 Matthew 9:36-38 James 4:17


It’s pure joy to get the Good News into people’s hands and blood off my hands. Ezekiel 3:17-19


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