Jenny and I made a morning run to Panera Bread.

I snapped some pics of a vintage Spitfire out front.

The group of car-collecting old guys inside offered to sell it to me, which turned in to a light-hearted (and comedic) conversation about automobiles, friendship, and the state of their garages.

Time to order.

I said fair-well and went to have breakfast with Jenny.

About 30-minutes later, the 67-year-old owner of the car stopped by our table. Within 5-minutes he was sharing his amazing life-story with us, and we were given the privilege of praying for healing for his sister, Diane, who was on her deathbed.

All because I took two pictures with my iPhone.

Despite whatever lies the Devil feeds you, ministry is easy. And it’s everywhere.

Go take some pictures and see what happens. ch:



Jean and Charlie Ben · 2 Aug ’11 at 11:59 am

Amen brother..We picked up a hitch hiker the other day crossing Canada which is something we NEVER do but something just said do it and man what an incredible experience.Shared the love of Jesus for over 200 miles and heard his life story and prayed for him before we let him off. Hope we made an influence. But mostly just loved on him. It is so easy to do if you just go outside your comfort zone isn’t it…Love you man….

    Christopher Hopper · 2 Aug ’11 at 1:41 pm

    “But mostly just loved on him. It is so easy to do if you just go outside your comfort zone.”

    What a great, simple truth! Wonderful story.

rachel · 2 Aug ’11 at 1:24 pm

WOW!! God works in amazing and unexpected ways!!

Paul Dunk · 2 Aug ’11 at 5:19 pm

cool story! I wonder if the same thing would have happened if you were using a blackberry … lol

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