Evangelist Ray Comfort has a plan for his 88-page new book, Counting the Days. His free home delivery plan is an outreach using the book in combination with author Tom Hammond’s Solving the God Puzzle, both short books written in response to the troubling times we live in today. Media on Mission has reposted Comfort’s announcement below.
Comfort is the Founder and CEO of Living Waters and the bestselling author of more than 90 books, including How to Know God Exists and The Evidence Bible. He cohosts the award-winning television program Way of the Master, airing in every country in the world, and is an Executive Producer of “180,” “Evolution vs. God,” “Audacity,” and other films. He is married to Sue and has three grown children, and hasn’t left the house without Gospel tracts for decades, according to his bio on Living Waters.
Ray Comfort’s Counting the Days
I want to share with you one of the most exciting projects our ministry has ever undertaken. But we need your help to make it happen.
The CDC reported that in June 2020, 25 million Americans seriously considered committing suicide. Suicide and depression were already at epidemic levels, and with the nationwide lockdowns, they’re only getting worse. And now domestic abuse, drug and alcohol problems, and anxiety (especially among children) are skyrocketing.
Hearing that was horrifying. So I wrote a short book called Counting the Days to offer hope in our troubled times. The book uses the fascinating subject of Bible prophecy to give credibility to the claims of the Gospel, and it was such a hit that the 40,000 print run was gone in just three weeks!
We want to reprint the book to reach people all around the country with the hope of the Gospel. To make this reprint even more appealing, our friend Tom Hammond (author of the incredibly popular What Time Is Purple) is allowing us to package his new book with mine. His short publication, Solving the God Puzzle, specifically addresses agnostics, and it’s a perfect fit. This means the new publication will actually be two books printed in one (back to back)!
The problem is how to reach the lost when most of them are confined to their homes, and even if they do venture out, they don’t want to be approached.
That’s when I had an idea for a mass distribution.
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SOURCE: Assist News Service, Alex Murashko