"To help new believers share their faith," argues Beougher. "When someone first comes to Christ they're excited about Christ, they want to share that with as many as they can. They've not memorized scripture, and probably can't articulate a clear gospel outline. But if you can read and turn pages, you can share a gospel booklet."
"The second reason why I believe they're valuable is that a gospel booklet is something that you can leave with someone. I've started many gospel conversations that I wasn't able to finish, so I've simply put a booklet in someone's hands and know that then they have the gospel that they can read over later.
"One of those instances, some four years later I received a phone call from an individual that
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