Just imagine what would happen if each of us carried books, tracts and/or DVDs with us, giving them to our friends, neighbours, work and school mates and relatives?
Ka-boom! Hundreds of souls would be converted. Don’t believe it? Then rewind a few hundred years and watch as the Waldensian Christians of northern Italy did just that as they travelled throughout Europe lighting fires for Christ.
You don’t have to be a regular Literature Evangelist to do this, but we can help you and your church to do it more effectively. LE’s have been invited to many churches across the state to serve in their community. Your church too can partner with us to reach out into your neighbourhood, distribute gospel literature and find people in need.
God has ordained Literature Ministry to be an important link between the church and the unchurched. As church members distribute literature, they are not only preparing many for the return of Jesus, but they become an important bridge that connects people to their local Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The training we offer your church will encourage greater literature distribution by church members, develop skills in connecting with people and build relationships with your community. As the world gets spiritually darker by the day, many in our communities are longing for light and just waiting for us to give it to them.
If your church would like to partner with us or to know more of what is involved please ring/email me, on 0421028171 or email me at lejoe@tpg.com.au
Joe Paola,
Conference LE Team Leader

Pop-up bookstores
These are vibrant and soft approaches to audiences who we may never otherwise meet. Sandy has had recent opportunity to start approaching Victorian Christian schools for Parent-Teacher Interview evenings. Schools are very receptive, and readily agree that the service is complementing their event, and providing a value-added service to support good family values and health in their school community.
As advertised, all pop-up bookstores pay 10% commission for the school. Pictured below is a recent pop-up store at Heritage College in Narre Warren. Sandy is pictured here with Principal Mr Sonny Aino.

Contacts in Sunbury
After a time of worship and prayer with Graham McNichol, minister of Macedon Ranges & Castlemaine churches, we headed out knowing that we would be a blessing to many in the Sunbury community. Here are just                          some of the stories…
• A young lady, bitter about religion, after sharing her story to a sympathetic ear, accepted prayer
• A young man, suffering multiple bereavements now sees how God is carrying him through it all.
• Another young man, working from home, showed interest in our health books, mentioning he had been to a clairvoyant. He accepted a copy of the Great Controversy and wants to study the Bible.
What a privilege to serve in the Sunbury community. Please pray for the nine contacts that will now be followed up by Graham and the Macedon Ranges church.