E-vangelize with curiosity using a simple e-tract
The history: Are tracts outdated?
The audience: How does not have e-mail or internet today?
The problem: how to evangelize generation X?
The solution: www.themostimportantquestion.net
The new tool: Dynamic tract.
e-mail and link to the website – At the very end of the web site it provides a simple code that can be added to any e-mail or website that allows people to see an attractive logo click on it and get e-vangelized. The same code can be used to include the logo to websites, blogs, and personal community pages. What if you send an e-mail to all your friends’ titled “you must see this” Please visit www.themostimportantquestion.net “it’s really cool”? Who many of your friends would actually do it?
Promote the website – Placing a bumper sticker in your cars is a good start. Banners, street signs, and billboards anything that calls attention to the site will do. Bumper stickers and other marketing materials are available for sale at the site. No profit is taken from the sales, the purpose is to spread the gospel not make money in any profit from it.
Wear the website – Available on the site are also all kinds of shirts and products, customized with multiple attractive logos featuring the website and nothing else. People might stop you to ask you “what is that”. Take every question as an opportunity to evangelize. If you don’t feel ready just recommend them to visit the site and check it out for themselves.
Make your own – Why reinvent the wheel, create you own version. If you are able, take what you need from it, change what you feel makes sense to you and make your own version. Incorporate it into your church or ministry web site.
This website allows you to evangelize without saying a word.
1.Pray for the person you are sending the e-mail to.
2. Send an e-mail titled
3. E-mail them the link
The website asks simple questions and gives Bible verses that motivate people to think. Many possible objections are handled leading to a simple plan of salvation and steps to follow after that.
It’s like handing somebody an evangelistic track but on-line.