In my own salvation it was crucial that some folks gave me some gospel tracts and materials because I was not taught the Bible an did not understand the facts about Jesus Christ. I agree fully with the statement made by early American educator Daniel Webster: "If religious books are not widely circulated among the masses ..., I do not know what is going to become of us as a nation. If truth is not diffused, error will be ... if the evangelical volume does not reach evey hamlet, the pages of a corrupt and licentious literature[myspace, tv, most daily papers, cash register rack magazines ..] will; if the power of the gospel is not felt throughout ... the land, anarchy and misrule, degradation and misery, corruption and darkness, will reign without mitigation or end." Now I have several thousand items of Christian literature, tracts, tapes and CDs piling up. Where can I sow this seed? Where will it produce growth? What experiences have you made with a personal gospel ministry like that? I don't get to meet a lot of people and I am very uncomfortable with strangers, so I rarely give away tracts personally. I am not the used car salesman type of Christian who is pushy and tries to browbeat everybody into compliance with his gospel and his church. That is detestable behavior. In what situations and places are people receptive enough to read a gospel tract or simply desire to learn more about God? When does the message really speak to their heart? In thes times it is useless to pass out tracts to passerby in big cities because later you can pick up your tracts off the sidewalks and trash cans. I have personally passed out tracts by attaching them to bill payments, business return mail, inserted them in liberal books and magazines, added them into clothes or other items in department stores, left them in waiting rooms, airport and hospital chapels, bulletin boards, restaurants, or included in letters to politicians and businesses or foreign embassies or passed them out into German mailboxes or personally to the German treasury secretary, left them in hunting treestands .... Where would you pass out 3000 tracts, tapes and CDs? I am anxious to learn aout your suggestions.