Ministry launches clever apron as a way to evangelize

By May 21, 2009

Russia (MNN) — Women
in Russia and the former Soviet Union grow their relationships in the

Global Aid Network has found a
way to share the wordless book while building relationships. They've introduced "Gospel aprons," with six pockets of various colors, each of which represents an important aspect of the message of

For example, black symbolizes mankind's sin that darkens our
hearts apart from Christ; red represents the cleansing blood of Jesus that was
shed on the cross for the forgiveness of our sins, etc.

In each colored pocket is a printed card
explaining the color as it relates to the Gospel message. Recipients of the Gospel Aprons greatly appreciate the gift and the daily reminder of the love of Jesus

If you would
like to assist with this ministry, there are two ways you can help. The first is
to make the Gospel aprons. Just sign up below to receive a kit which contains everything you need (except the thread) to make two aprons .

Once you
receive the kit, assemble and sew the aprons, and send them back to the address provided. The aprons will be added to those sewn at the GAiN
warehouse and will be used to share the Gospel during various mission trips
throughout the year.

If you don't sew but would still
like to help, you can make a financial contribution to help provide additional
kits. Click here for details. 



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