Saturday, I joined the Sports Fan Outreach group, who are in town for the International Cricket Championship games this week.
Gerry was already preaching when I got to Piccadilly Circus (fellow in the blue shirt.) I paired up with Gene from Mobile, Alabama, and we preached off to the side near the large fountain with the horses across from the Trocadero. Tourist season is well underway in London.
Tract uptake was pretty good with large groups going through the area. Buskers and street artists were the biggest problem with their 100-200 watt amps. The police passed by several times, but said nothing to us. After 2 and 1/2 hours, I left. I was pretty well worn out by then. Conversations were limited today, but the Gospel was going out.
Bill Adams and his crew were going to stay out for six hours, which is what they pledge to do for their sponsors. I was too tired to join them Sunday morning at the Oval for the first match, but I hope to be out on Wednesday. I owe a lot to Bill for raising my game considerably in the past six years.
I gave three NT's to homeless guys. Jamie and Dean each took one, but the first guy's name has gone out of my memory. Not unlike prison, someone with a lot of time on their hands will wear a Bible out in a few months.
South-East England (UK) Team
Meets regularly on Saturdays on the Romford Highstreet (in front of Marks and Spencer's).
Contact Chuck Bosio for more information.