Praise God Rickrock. I remember years ago a preacher friend of mine said before he got into ministry he would pray to find out if what God was calling him into was His will, each time he went to prayer he felt the burden of the Lord come upon him, that went on a couple of time to which he could no longer stand to pray about it any longer, he went out and is serving the Lord to this day.God bless you in your journey Brother.
If you are tired of sitting around then you must have something of value to say. Write that down and you have your own tract. Never leave to another work that you should be doing yourself. If at the end of making up your own tracts you read them over and say they look like nonsense then you shouldn't be preaching, but if what you have written is emanating from the Spirit of God all will make sense and you are prepared to go. OJ
Make it an object of constant study, and of daily reflection and prayer, to learn how to deal with sinners so as to promote their conversion. It is the great business on earth of every Christian, to save souls. People often complain that they do not know how to take hold of this matter. Why, the reason is plain enough; they have never studied it. They have never taken the proper pains to qualify themselves for the work. If people made it no more a matter of attention and thought to qualify themselves for their worldly business, than they do to save souls, how do you think they would succeed? Now, if you are thus neglecting the main business of life, what are you living for? If you do not make it a matter of study, how you may most successfully act in building up the Kingdom of Christ, you are acting a very wicked and absurd part as a Christian.Charles Finney To Win Souls Requires Wisdom(1792 1875)
There is a gentleman I have spoken with thru this site, Michael Corral...he is with an evangelistic outreach in Washington DC and has said you may contact him thru the ministry website: http://www.washingtondcevangelists.com/He also recommended these sources for giving out tracts in bulk:http://www.shop.onemilliontracts.comhttp://www.customtractsource.comFor tracts containing more of a message (but costs more):http://www.crossway.org/tracts/http://www.matthiasmedia.com/outreach/evangelistic-resources?format=11
richrock:I am reminded of reading Smith Wigglesworth's answer to the question of good tracts. He said, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Have you thought about simply printing out your personal testimony of salvation along with ample scripture from the gospels to lead a person to a saving knowledge of Christ? Simple, and personal. People will read your personal testimony when they might not read a mass produced tract.