Would you accept the estimate that at least seven out of ten people know what Facebook is, and that it makes you more informed, brings you closer to your family and friends, and occasionally amuses you?
As well, would you accept the estimate that less than three out of ten people know what happens when you accept a relationship with Christ, and that you become the "New Creation" referred to in II Corinthians 5:17?
If so, does the difference in these figures trouble you? And if you're troubled, are you then encouraged to tell people close to you that you're a Christian?
There is a magazine called "Outreach," and it's good. It's published every other month, and the cost is around $20 per year. They may still send you a free copy of the magazine before you place an order for a subscription so you can look it over, but if you order a subscription now they'll send you a free book. To reach them go to . . .
Carl F. H. Henry, a noteworthy Christian, said, "The Gospel is only good news if it gets there in time." You can look up Carl's name on Google. Quite an impressive background.