This booklet has the potential to really help Ministers and churches gain a fire to fulfill the Great Commission.

We are hearing back from Pastors who have been inspired every few days.

A lady in my church read ZIPPED after I gave it to her not thinking anything would happen. She came back a couple of weeks later and said she had read the booklet and it had really challenged her. That we do need to be sharing the WHOLE Gospel. She watched some Youtube videos on evangelism, got hold of some good tracts, and built up the courage to talk to people about the Lord. The first lady was a stranger out walking. She said, “Do you mind if I ask you a question?” [That’s fine] “If you died tonight, would you go to Heaven or Hell?” The other lady said “Heaven, because of my Saviour.” !! So my friend is learning that most people are happy to talk about God.

Please, watch this space.:

A year ago a pastor asked me to summarise my 800 page book on Evangelism. He said ‘Can you cut it down to 30-40 pages to make it more accessible to the average person’.  It was a good idea.

The result was the booklet called ZIPPED. (click on the word ZIPPED to read the content)
This booklet is 36 pages, has lots of pictures, and is A5 in size.

The Holy Spirit has already used this booklet to powerfully impact churches and individuals, re-igniting them back into evangelism.

By God’s grace, two amazing people paid for the printing of 8000 of these booklets.

Also by God’s grace, another family in Taranaki (the Wilsons) have put their hands up to research the names and addresses of every church  leader in NZ and post them a copy.  Lydia Wilson (right) is heading this up.  Being wheel chair bound has not stopped her!

The Wilsons need your help.  So far, they have carried the cost of postage ($2 per book).

If you can help, please make your donation to our Treasurer Eleanor Goodall (, or 07 846 1160) and, because we are a registered charity with the IRD,  your donation will be tax rebatable. Eleanor will then buy the stamps and give them to the Wilsons.

The English words “The pen is mightier than the sword” were first written by novelist and playwright Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839, in his historical play Cardinal Richelieu.

We are praying that this little booklet will not just be read by every leader in NZ, but will be passed around and eventually read by elders, deacons, and people in the pew. But this will not be possible unless we get them out and circulating.

Thank you so much.

For the glory of God and the furtherance of His Kingdom.

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