Witnessing on college campuses has been going very well. I have had just as many conversations in the last month as I did before COVID. There are fewer students but more are willing to talk about all that is going on in the world. I added Point Park University to the list of colleges that I am going to each week. With all that is going on in the world, I decided I should spend more time on college campuses sharing the gospel. I have also been going downtown on Saturdays to share the gospel. I have found that I get more done when I am busy. I heard someone say that if you give a job to a busy person they will get it done.
The most interesting conversation I had this month was with a Jewish man downtown on Saturday. He is not just a cultural Jewish man but he really believes the scriptures. I love to ask Jewish people what they do about their sin. He pointed at a pigeon and told me they were worth a lot. I asked him if he sacrifices pigeons and he said yes. I have never had a person give this answer. He had read the New and Old Testaments. He did not think that God would accept a human sacrifice for sin. It was a difficult conversation because it was so different than any I have ever had but I did the best I could. I am still studying up on what I could have said differently to his responses.
I am so grateful to God and to all of you that I am still able to go out and share the gospel.