Brad Stine has organized hundreds of banquets to help ministries raise money. In today’s podcast he talks about how to host a successful fundraising banquet.
How to host a banquet:
We host a yearly banquet for our partners in our hometown. This gives us a chance to connect with our friends, give victory reports, and share our goals for the coming year. We usually hold our banquet at a hotel conference room, in a church fellowship hall, or at our own home.
Keys to hosting a banquet:
* Send invitations to everyone you know in your state. These should include friends from church, people you work with, people you do business with, and anyone to whom you would normally send a Christmas card.
* On the invitation include information about the date, location, and purpose of the banquet. Include an RSVP envelope for people to respond.
* One week before the banquet, call everyone who is attending to remind them of the event. About 10% of those who RSVP will probably not attend, so keep this in mind when ordering food.
* During the banquet, show a video or slideshow, share stories about people whose lives have been impacted by your ministry, and give details about your goals and projects in the coming year. Ask people to partner with your ministry through prayer or monthly support. Also give your guests an opportunity to sow into your ministry by receiving an offering at the banquet.
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Brad Stein has organized hundreds of banquets to help ministries raise money. In today’s podcast. He talks about how to organize a successful fundraising banquet.
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Evangelism Coach Daniel King (00:51):
Podcast. I’m Daniel King, and I’m excited about telling people about Jesus. And I also love coaching evangelists and helping evangelists learn how to be more effective at what God has called them to do. And one of the ways that is effective at raising money is hosting a ministry banquet. And today I have one of the world’s best experts on doing ministry banquets. He has organized over 300 ministry banquets here in Tulsa and helping ministries to raise money for their ministries. Mr. Brad Stein. Thank you so much for being with us today, Mr. Brad, you’ve done a lot of banquets. Tell us why are banquets such an effective way of raising money for a ministry?
Brad Stine (01:45):
Very simple. Most ministries send out monthly newsletters sometimes weekly, sometimes every three months, but they send out newsletters. And a lot of those newsletters never get read. People say, Hey, how are you liking are giving money, They throw it in the trash…
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (02:12):
Throw the newsletter that you spent good money on in the trash. Yeah, I hope not. I hope no one does that to my newsletter
Brad Stine (02:19):
As Mr. Brad, I’ll tell you how you can tell who does and who doesn’t just say, Hey, did you get my newsletter? And I say, look to the side and say, yeah, I received it. They didn’t read it. Sure. As they look in the eyes say, yep, sure did. And I really liked that second paragraph where I’ve said, yada, yada, yada, then you know, you got a live one.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (02:47):
All right. So, so a banquet is good because it’s not a newsletter. You’re, you’re actually have an opportunity to talk to people face-to-face and communicate your vision. Your, they can hear how much you care in the sound of your voice. See the facial cues. And when you’re talking about your, your vision, they see just how passionate you are. And, and that gives God a chance for the anointing to come into the room and, and people open up their, their wallets and, and, and get a chance to give. So talk to me some about the, the process of organizing a banquet. Cause it doesn’t just happen by itself. There’s a lot of planning that goes into it. So what are some of the steps you have to take in order to set up a banquet?
Brad Stine (03:33):
Well, first, yes, you need to, the person needs to realize they need a banquet. The banquet is not only just for fundraising. It’s an opportunity to get, to see the people who’ve been giving into your ministry for the last year and look them in the eye and give them a hug on their neck, a handshake, thank them because they are part of the team. They are the provisioners. And many times we ministries have a tendency to receive the money from them or the support, whatever it is that they’re giving us. And we go out and use it in the name of the Lord, but we don’t really come play the loop. And so we tend to be recipient instead of giving back to them. But you have it at least once a year, we get to look them in the face, hug them and thank them.
Brad Stine (04:40):
And that helps to keep the loop going. Chiefs keeps it going because they haven’t seen you for a year. And if they are not reading your newsletter, they know you’re a good guy. They know you’re worthwhile, but they can’t start losing connectivity with you. And so that’s the primary reason. The primary reason for the banquet is not the fund. It’s the fellowship, the connection, that connection and giving back to people who have given. Absolutely, absolutely. Some of those people are hurting. Some of those people got family prompts. Some of those people have financial pumps. Some of those people are trying to decide whether they send you X number of dollars per month or whether they need to make their car payment or whatever. They’re struggling. And by meeting with them once a year, that helps us strengthen that bond and helps them to see the man of God praying for them, because that could be the difference of making or not making it. Yeah. So who you invite
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (05:58):
To come to a banquet?
Brad Stine (06:00):
Well, let’s say that you have a mailing list of say 500 people and you know that you got 50 people who give every month, they’re consistent, you know, that, that mine’s going to be there. They’re faithful. Yeah. And then you got maybe another 50, who are they? They have just about our month, a little more sporadic, but they, they loved her minister and they, they, they want to help. And then you have some more people who give occasionally very sporadic, but if you will invite those people, many of them will come and it will help to develop a longer, a better relationship. They’ll want to help you. They see a face to that newsletter. They, they see an opportunity that, Hey, this guy really is making a difference. And there’s some people who cannot go or see he’s champ. They may have a family issue or, or they may have a health issue or whatever, and they’re just not going to go, but they can go by first cue of sending you a check and some of them do.
Brad Stine (07:29):
And, and it’s just a way of loving on people once a year, look them in the eye and thank them and say, look, here’s what’s going on. Here’s what I’ve been doing to, to help the ministry. And let’s say, if you’re in the, if you’re in the ministry of doing open air evangelists work and look them in the eye and say, you know, Joe, you have a, a Spanish descent. I want you to know what happened in Honduras. 146,000 people showed up. And approximately we’ll never know for sure, but a pox way, a fourth, them got born again. Yeah. And you were a part of that because I could not have gone if people like you didn’t give into this ministry. And that’s in the most recent newsletter on page six, I showed you a picture that feel full of faces. Some, most people got pointed can’t because of what you did.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (08:46):
So if you’re organizing a banquet, the first thing you do is find a venue. You at a hotel or a church, maybe you could cater food or, but a hotel’s a great place because
Brad Stine (09:00):
Shell’s better. And here’s why, because it’s a neutral. Then you, the moment you have an extra 10, there’s nothing wrong with having that at church. But when you have it in a church, if it’s a Baptist church, different denominations may not come. Or if they’ve seen a ag church, same thing. But if you’re in a hotel, if say neutral venue and everybody will come,
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (09:31):
So you’d want to send out invitations to friends from church people, you work with people you might do business with basically anyone that you would normally send a Christmas card to anyway, that you would have a relationship with that you think might be interested in, in supporting the ministry, as well as those who, who already support your ministry. Yep. And then on the invitation, you would include information about the date, the location, the purpose of the banquet. And you would probably include an RSVP envelope for people to respond, to be able to let you know whether they come or not. But then people are very busy these days. So it’s also helpful. The week before the banquet to call every single person who’s RSVP and get their verbal commitment again, that they will be there because some people will have forgotten. Some people will have gotten busy and that will help you with your, your final count for the banquet
Brad Stine (10:34):
Call three times you would call it three times. Here’s why first call.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (10:38):
When would you be calling them? Give me the timeline.
Brad Stine (10:41):
Mail out the invitations about three weeks before the amount. And I would put it in the notation, save the date. It’s to remind them, take you off their counter and make a note on that date. Save the date. And the first call I would make me probably three or four, maybe five days after you mail. Hey Joe, just one check. Make sure you got [inaudible]. That’s very valid question. No, what, what Amity? Oh, well you’ll probably get it tomorrow, then politics. Haven’t got it yet. If you don’t mind, I’ll just holler at you. Your MOS. Make sure you got on because if he didn’t, for some reason by the way, is your address? One, two, three Apple street. Yup. Okay. Zip code? Yep. Okay. Well, I just want to make sure then I just mailed to the right place. I’ll give you a hard day or two.
Brad Stine (11:47):
And the second phone call. You’re confirming that they did receive the invitation and Oh, by the way, say the date. Yeah. The next time we call them, you call them to see, do you think you and Becky are going to be able to come? We’ve sure. Love to see, you know, it’s been about a year since I’ve seen you so faithfully given to this ministry and there’s some things we just want to bring you up to speed off. I’d love to know what’s going on. And I’ve got a little short video. Want to show you and just hug on you and Oh yeah, we’re coming. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. Or name time till say, Oh my gosh. I’m so glad you called. I put it down on my table and I forgot to mention to them. Becky, thank you for calling that little phone call. Sounds a little bit like the first phone call, but it’s not, if it’s caring phone call, you’re letting that person know. You’re really looking forward to seeing them.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (13:00):
So the first phone call you are asking, did you receive the invitation? And then the second phone call you’re saying sure would love to have you there. Yeah. It would be great to see you. We love you guys. We want to see your faces. Can you please?
Brad Stine (13:16):
Yeah. And the third phone call is, Hey Joe, you know what? I’ve worked on the have roasted chicken. And we’re trying to figure out how many chickens to you know, to get yeah. If chick is going to lay down his life for you. So we want to make sure that we’re, you know, POS thing, the right number of chickens, and then you laugh, you laugh and they say, Oh, you know, I’m, I’m really glad you called, you know, something came up and yada yada yada hour or as a matter of fact, yeah, we are coming. Could we bring our, our kid? Well, how old are they? Well, we got ones 14. Yep. That one can come. And we got one that’s three. No, we’ll have babysitting service for that one. Or you can leave them home with their babysitter. Yeah. Just, it’s just that.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (14:11):
When does that third phone call come? Is that
Brad Stine (14:15):
Probably about three or four days before the event? Yeah. And you would be shocked. I would say probably 25% of people say, Oh my gosh, I am so glad that you call. I forgot all about it happens all the time.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (14:36):
Now at a banquet. How many teak people typically show up that say that they’re actually going to come
Brad Stine (14:44):
Well, if the weather’s good and everything looks pretty sharp. You can figure probably about 85%. Yes. If, if, if people say, yep, we’ll be there, rain or shine, you can count on us. We’ll be there. Take that number times 85%.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (15:09):
One of the things that you’ve done really well at some of your banquets, which I’ve attended banquets, that you’ve hosted for a variety of different ministries here in Tulsa. It’s always wonderful. It’s always a great time of fellowship. And I love hearing about people’s visions. You also do table sponsors and so often you’ll invite people to come and say, your, your table has been sponsored. How, how do you do that? And what’s the importance of that?
Brad Stine (15:37):
Well, that’s a good question. I’m glad you asked it what we endeavor to do. And we usually accomplish it. We want everybody who comes to a banquet to be sponsored by somebody. In other words, we want everybody to eat for free because give an issue will be given unto you. Now I’ll come back to that. I just smoke. There’s another point I want to make on that. So let’s say that table has eight positions, eight chairs. And let’s just say for round numbers, and this is going to vary from different parts of the country. Do you ever parse the world? So these numbers may or may not be correct. Let’s just say in round numbers, $50 per person. Yeah. 50 times eight people is 400. So maybe you say, Hey, $500 a table that covers, you know, having brochures. And you know, it covers the various expenses, the video and so forth
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (16:47):
And the venue, the venue, and then the food. And then you want to tip the waiter.
Brad Stine (16:52):
Yeah. Everything. Yeah. So let’s just say round numbers of $50 or $500 for a table of eight. Well, a lot of businesses, some buys owns a plumbing company say, Hey Joe, you and a plumbing company tell you what, if you would be interested we’ll, we’ll put this table sponsored by Joe’s plumbing company. And we get along now set from the podium, along with all the other sponsors. And that way you can get a tax write off. If we mention it from the podium, you can get a tax, try it off as add per Ty’s front. Or if you do, you have it. And we don’t announce it. You can get a tax write off as a charitable contribution. But if we do both, you can choose how you want to ride it off, even arrive at off a combination, or you can write it off all one way or all the other way. And it gives you the ability to have a good tax write-off and nice advertisement.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (18:09):
So in advance before the banquet starts, you’re, you’re going around to different businesses, different people that you have relationships with and asking them to sponsor a table. What would you sponsor? One of the tables that are banquet for for $400. And we’ll announce that you are the sponsor for that table and publicly thank you for being a sponsor. Okay. Then let’s talk about the actual banquet. What should you do during the banquet to talk me through from the moment people arrive at the banquet facility until they leave.
Brad Stine (18:49):
What you do is you put a master plan of you, and that’s basically a brief written description of your ministry on every other chair. And you put them on the chair at a slight angle to make it delightful, to look at. It’s not just swung a carious is prom Nour with purpose, and they have to pick the thing up before they sit down. So now it’s in their hands and say, you want to have it to where they can read it as it was
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (19:25):
Master plan. We talked about this in the last episode, on the podcast about how to develop a master plan. It’s basically a short description explaining the vision and the objectives and the tactics of the ministry, what the ministry is doing, right? So, so they, they pick it up off their table. They’re sitting there and music is going, as people are coming in and they’re, they’re flipping through it before you even get started. They’re looking at all the pictures, right? Finding out what your ministry is all about.
Brad Stine (19:56):
Yep. And what we do is we go ahead and maybe start eating their salad while people are filtering in. And of course they’re talking with each other they’re fellowshipping. And then when the meeting actually officially starts, you start with a prayer and then the food should be starting to be served when they say, amen, that’s a signal to the venue to start delivering the food when they hear that word. Amen. Not before, but when they hear the word, amen, boom, the food shows up. Now this, what I’m about to say is very, very important.
Brad Stine (20:45):
The master ceremonies says, folks, look around you here, got beautiful channeled layers. Got it. Beautiful room, great food, great fellowship. And guess what it’s already paid for whatever you give later tonight, a hundred percent goes to the gospel because all of this was paid for in advance, by the following sponsors. And then you name office sponsors in alphabetical order. So nobody’s feelings get hurt, have malls, sand clap. One time when they’re all standing, don’t clap where you came to visual want, but when they’re all standing and then you clap for them and that gives them their tax write-off. But it also lets the people know that this wonderful banquet is already paid for. And that helps them to realize they can feel comfortable with opening up their wallets and their bill holds. Now along those lines, 90% of the money brought in to the banquet that night is him ladies purses. It’s in ladies persists. It’s not in the wallets. That’s right. It’s in the ladies.
Brad Stine (22:25):
Now this is very, very important. If the minister, the missionary, if he’s married, when he gets up to speak, he has his wife go up there with him and have her speak par I’d say 10, 15 minutes. And then he’ll speak for maybe 30 minutes. Not for an hour short, sweet to the point. But here’s, what’s important. The women. And I’ve seen this hundreds of times. I’m not telling you guys. Yeah, others. Yeah. The women tend to sit there with their arms folded and their purse is on their, on their lap or on the table or their arms are folded and they’re listening. And when the minister’s wife, missionary’s wife gets up there and she’ll say something like this, you know, when I married Ronald, I knew life was going to be different. All the women start
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (23:46):
Because they experienced the same thing.
Brad Stine (23:48):
Yeah. She’ll say something like, Oh my goodness. Yes, it’s been different, but I want you to know I’m behind my man. We are making a difference in Tanzania. We can see that difference. I’m so glad that we both bayed God and have gone there and had done when he asked us to do. Now, when she says that all around the room, the women go from like this to like
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (24:34):
Fold their arms and lean forward, lean
Brad Stine (24:36):
Forward. And they think, Oh, she’s behind her man. And then when her husband says, well, honey, how much she thinks we should go tonight? And she says, well, what number do you have in mind? And he says, well, what number do you have in line? She says, you know, I think we should give him a hotter a month. And he says, you know, I was thinking the same thing with one exception. We’re busy people, we’re business people. We write checks all the time. And I really don’t want to write a check for a hundred dollars every month, but it’s just write him a check for 1200.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (25:31):
Well, those are valuable insights and how to conduct a successful banquet. Yeah. And so it’s also good to maybe show a video or a slide show of pictures.
Brad Stine (25:45):
There’s on the video five minutes now. Here’s why, sorry.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (25:50):
Yeah, no, Y Y only five minutes or your region. What’s the reason
Brad Stine (25:55):
There’s a reason you bring them in. The guy worked all day and all he really wants to do is eat and fall asleep on the couch.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (26:09):
His wife’s making him dress up and go to this banquet.
Brad Stine (26:12):
Exactly. Right. And she sees it as a date. Oh, I get, I don’t have to, I don’t have to cook tonight. I can put the kids with a babysitter
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (26:27):
And I’m laughing because this is so accurate. This is how my wife thinks about it.
Brad Stine (26:31):
Yeah. And all he really is thinking is what am I doing here? But when he sees the beautiful food, the happy wife dressed up to the ninth, what you don’t want to, you feed him and turn off the light because he’ll fall asleep. So you got to keep the video to three to five minutes
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (27:13):
And maybe put some upbeat music behind it.
Brad Stine (27:18):
Couple of booms, you know, sub whooper booms or something. Something that keep it lively because otherwise you could lose him.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (27:28):
Other things you can do is share stories about people whose lives have been impacted by the ministry. You can give details about your, your goals and projects for the coming year. Another thing that I’ve seen you do is if you have a ministry that’s working over in Africa, sometimes you’ll have someone from Africa actually call on the phone and do a live phone call talking about the programs that are ongoing in Africa. And so that gives it some, some flavor. It helps to entertain people, but also communicates the vision of what the ministry is going to do. And then you come to the point where you’re making an ask and you present some different projects. What do you think about monthly support versus asking for one-time donations?
Brad Stine (28:23):
Well, I would ask her the one-time donations first and then,
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (28:31):
And maybe give a specific target. We need $30,000 to build this orphanage building or something very specific
Brad Stine (28:39):
Sick tonight. Our basic need is we’ve got an orphanage over there. We got, we’ve got 114 kids and they’re not going to school and they need to be going to school. And after this moment we got 40 of them have no mommies, no daddies. And they need a place to sleep at night where they’re not being afraid of being bitten by an animal or, or, or some kind of a predator or giving them. And so tonight we need to, we need to raise money for, for, for an orphanage. And we’ve checked with the local authorities we’ve checked with you know, the bowlers and so forth. And we can build a whole thing for $46,000. Now we could not build it here for 46,000, but we’re, we’re building it because of the building codes, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. We can build a whole thing for $46,000. And we’ve got here tonight. Yeah. You know, 104, 140 people. And you know, we’re not talking about a lot of money. And so we would really appreciate if you could just help us out. Cause a world away. We’ve got some people who are really in trouble and they’ll have clean water to drink and they’ll be able to sleep all night without worrying about being molested. We really need to help them.
Brad Stine (30:22):
And then after that money is coming in, then you say also there are some people for whatever the reason may want to budget so many dollars a month, as opposed to one time offering. And we have the different methods for doing that. You can either use your phone and text the money and it’ll automatically come out of your town or you can text the money and it’ll come out as you see fit. And then he go a few of the different methods of faking him three or four different options. And you’d be shocked at how much money comes in.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (31:07):
Let’s finish with some testimonies in all the banquets that you’ve done. What’s the most money that you’ve seen come in on one night and then all the bankers will you do. And w what’s kind of the average amount that you’ve seen come in per person on a typical banquet. I know there’s a lot of variety, but give me that, give me the high point. What’s the greatest banquet you’ve ever done.
Brad Stine (31:33):
Well, I’ll tell you the worst and the best. Alright. Maybe the best and the worst. I don’t know. I think of them, but I’m going to tell you one particular one. This is a wild one. This is a wild one. We’ve put together a banquet for, Oh, it was around a hundred people. And it was a missionary to the Indian nations here in the United States. And after the bank was over, missionary said to us, he said, well, after we take the expenses, the banquet money leftover just to over a hundred bucks. And then he cussed me out.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (32:27):
At least you paid for the banquet.
Brad Stine (32:29):
He literally cussed me out. Wow. That doesn’t happen very often. But I’ll tell you what I did. I hope that wasn’t the best one. That, that was the worst one, right? Oh, that was, let me finish. And then you’ll know. Are we having fun yet? Yes. There. Okay. So I’m, we’ll call him Joe. His name was not Joe. Let’s say Joe, it’s obvious that you’re not happy. Quite frankly. I don’t remember him being cussed out by a missionary before, but I can S I can understand if only a hundred dollars came in after he pay your expenses, that you might wonder what happened. So I’m going to give you a little advice. He says what’s that?. I said, “shut up.” He looked at me like, I shot him. I said, you don’t know what kidney ready to happen? You don’t know how this is going to turn out and you should not eat your seed. Oh, shut up. He looked like hyped to shot him, but he shut up Daniel about a little over a week later, he got a check in the mail from one person that was a hundred thousand dollars. Wow. I hope he came and apologized to you. He did.
Brad Stine (34:19):
And they got another check and he got some other check. And overall came to Rob about 200,000 bucks. Well, but see what happened is some people, they, they, they listen to the presentation, but they give a day or two later. Sometimes uncle Joe passes away and losing money. No things happen. Sure. Now I’ve, I’ve seen other cases where one case the ministry here in Tulsa, so probably maybe 30 years ago and about 130 hundred 40 people now understand this is poverty, 30 years, 35 years ago. But on that banquet, the amount of money came in with maybe off slide. Well, I think it’s pretty close around 65,000 bucks. Now, if you put that in today’s money, that would be at least double that, Oh yeah. Oh, popping 150, 160, 170,000, maybe 200. I don’t know. Somewhere in that range.
Brad Stine (35:47):
Kamia that night. So here’s the point. Don’t try to figure it out. Let God be God, you do your part. He will do his part. His arm is not sure. Just go with the flow and realize that the main purpose for the banquet is to have the opportunity to see those people who’ve been with you. Well, I asked you a year, it’s not a one way ticket. You don’t receive, receive, receive, receive, receive, receive you receive. Yeah. You’re giving back to them a report of what you’ve been doing with the money that they so wonderfully put it in your hands. It’s a two-way street.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (36:44):
That’s a tremendous insight. So a banquet is an opportunity to give back to people who have given to you to connect with them, to let them know that you love them, that you’re praying for them, that you care about them. It’s an opportunity for wives to get dressed up pretty and for husbands to go and get some good food. And it’s an opportunity for you to communicate the vision of the ministry that God has called you to. So, Mr. Brad, thank you so much for sharing information about how to hold a successful banquet. If you’re interested in holding a banquet and you need some help, give Mr. Brad a call, you can find his information at his website, harvest homeland.org. And if you’ll go to that website, you can connect with him. And he helps lots of ministries put together banquets that are really successful. You have one more thing.
Brad Stine (37:44):
One more comment, just thought of it. Audit told you sooner. Yeah. I just thought of it. A lot of missionaries itinerate. They come back from the field. They’ll come back for maybe three months, two months, and they’ll either generate around the United States to raise funds to go back or for maybe here, but keep in mind that banquets you, the missionary decide when and where to have the banquet. When your eyes can aerating typically pastors of churches or organizations, they decide when they want you to come. And so typically missionaries zigzag back and forth across the country. And by the time we’re ready to go back overseas to their mystery field, they’re tired. It’s almost a breath of fresh air to get back on the pill because they can relax.
Brad Stine (38:54):
But when you have a series of banquets, you decided, and so you can make a circle around the country. And then when you’re going to have, for example, in Milwaukee, on on March 14th, you’re going to have a banquet. You pick up the phone and the pastor in that area and say, pastor, you said to me that when I was coming through the area to call you, and then you’d have me speak well, as a matter of fact, I’m going to have a banquet there on substance so day. And so I’m calling you. I had a time to let us know I’m going to be in the area for a banquet. And he said, Oh, great. Well, why don’t we schedule you in a percent day, morning? And now you’re hitting two or three things simultaneously, and you’re making one circle around the country and your efficiency goes through the roof.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (39:55):
Well, thank you Mr. Brad Stein expert on doing banquets for ministries. Thank you so much for your wisdom and for your advice. Thank you for being a guest on the evangelism podcast. God bless you. Thank you. Thanks so much for listening to this podcast with Mr. Brad Stein, could you do me a favor? Go find the evangelism podcast on Apple iTunes subscribe and give us a review. Your positive review will help other people who are excited about evangelism to find this podcast. Thanks. And God bless you
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