Years ago, all a deer hunter needed was a gun, ammunition and perhaps a pickup truck to get him to his hunting destination. Times have changed. Now, in addition to those items, many hunters have small 4-wheel drive vehicles to help them get up and down the wooded hills. Of course they need a trailer to pull their 4-wheelers behind their pickup trucks. Many of them also have state-of-the-art tree stands set up in strategic locations. They also have the latest products on the market to draw deer to them with a smell that no red-blooded buck could possibly resist.
Yes, times have changed, and you can’t blame a hunter for wanting to take advantage of every means available to try to get his quarry.
Times have also changed how we do evangelism. Technology has given us new ways of spreading the gospel. From texting our friends to blogging for the masses, there are many ways of communicating the good news to people near and far.
Are you taking advantage of every means at your disposal to win people to Jesus?
“Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity.”—Colossians 4:5.