Creative Ways to Share Father's Love Letter
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, Luke 4:18
Put Fathers Love Letter's on the supermarket shelves when you are grocery shopping.
Put a Father's Love Letter in the envelope with your check when you are mailing a bill payment.
Leave one in the shopping cart when you are finished shopping.
Place a Father's Love Letter with a generous tip (even if the service wasn't good) when you are paying your bill in a restaurant.
Place a Father's Love Letter in napkin holders in restaurants.
Leave a Father's Love Letter in your hotel room with a tip for the cleaning staff before you check out.
Place them in the dresser or night stand in your hotel room.
Place them in clothes pockets in clothing stores.
Place them on seats in the lobbies of restaurants.
Give fast-food employees, cashiers, cab drivers, gas station attendants a tract when you pay your bill.
Leave them in rest areas when you travel.
Place them on newspaper racks in convenience stores.
Put some on the table in waiting rooms of doctors' offices and hospitals.
Place them on seats on buses, airplanes, subways and train stations.
Put them in the lounges in truck stops.
Place them on the tables in laundromats.
Put them inside books in the library.
When you go through drive-thru banking, put a Father's Love Letter or in an envelope in the night deposit box.
Place a Father's Love Letter in a postage paid junk mail envelope and return it to the sender.
Mail Father's Love Letters to people who have lost loved ones with a note of condolences.
Mail Father's Love Letter's in to inmates in jails and prisons.
Mail Father's Love Letters to people convicted of DUI or other crimes. The newspaper is a great resource for this type of information.
Put some in a plastic brochure holder by the door of your home to give to anyone who comes to your door.
Hand them out to people in parking lots and to people sitting in their cars.
If you rent a movie, put a Father's Love Letter in the movie case before you return it.
If you see a homeless person walking or under a bridge, stop and give them a sandwich with a Father's Love letter and offer to pray for them.
Once you get comfortable placing Fathers Love Letters in different places, you can try your hand at actually greeting someone and handing a Father's Love Letter to them. Pray for the Holy Spirit to give you boldness.
In the fear of the Lord is strong confidence: and his children shall have a place of refuge. Proverbs 14:26
The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion. Proverbs 28:1