Our week was very full and busy. Each day we would go in to Rome and break up our day by passing out tracts in the morning, going to visit a special place in Rome that the girls remembered from times past, and then passing out tracts in the afternoon or evening.
We met people from all over the world. A few that stand out are a lady and a friend who had just gone to church that morning, the first time in a long time, and felt convicted to start reading her Bible more. Then she met Dave at the Metro stop. It was a confirmation of her conviction.
Over 30 minutes was spent one afternoon as a couple from Canada stopped to talk. Argentina was another country represented. All roads DO lead to Rome so
we continue to pray that the road back home is more meaningful to these people as they receive the Word of God.
Time was also spent in meeting people that Dave is building relationships with as well as putting tracts in mailboxes. How is this legal in Italy and not in the U.S.?