Hi, friends. Please share any interesting experiences you've had doing street evangelism. This evening (Saturday evening for you foreigners :smilewinkgrin three of us were out on the Kaimono Koen ("Shopping Park"), the outdoor mall downtown. I got out over 100 tracts and got to witness for awhile to a lady named Kayo who had experimented with various religions. I prayed for her, and then gave her my business card and invited her to our church. The usual collection of drunks and bar girls were out, along with the occasional family coming home from the train station. We gave tracts to a high school baseball team from another town who had just beaten our Asahikawa team. But the most interesting character was a Pakistani, in town for three weeks of training at a Japanese company! He bemoaned the fact that his hotel had the Bible, a Buddhist book and another religious book, but no Koran! (Thank God!) This is the first time any of us have ever met a Muslim in our city in the far north of Japan. So we let him have it! He ended up with two tracts and a sermon of about ten minutes from Missionary M. He was good natured about the whole thing, and said about M., "He's a good preacher!" He even seemed interested in the English service at our sister church. An interesting fact: according to our Muslim friend, the population of Pakistan is 3% Christian. Compare that to Japan, which is less than 1% Christian!