I have been conducting a pilot program to see if an individual (or a small group of Christians) can efficiently spread the gospel in their neighborhoods or communities by making use of the U.S. Postal Service’s direct mail program.

The objective is to place a copy of the gospel directly into the hands of our neighbors and fellow citizens wherever we live.


So far I have completed sixteen EDDM* mailings in New Jersey, reaching 4983 households.

*Every Door Direct Mail, US Postal Service

Completed mailings are indicated by the red dots.


LocationRouteNo. of ResidencesDate of Mailing
1. Califon07830-R0013749/10/18
2. Bridgewater08807-C0282453/14/19
3. Edison08820-C0572593/20/19
4. Newark07102-C0012453/27/19
5. Clifton07011-C0662334/3/19
6. Bloomingdale07403-C0062994/10/19
7. Morristown07960-C04224611/19/19
8. Netcong07857-C00338811/19/19
9. Ogdensburg07439-C0023485/26/20
10. Frenchtown08825-C0014416/02/20
11. Montgomery08558-R0963946/09/20
12. Cranbury08512-R0912977/14/20
 13. Keansburg 07734-C010 393 8/05/20
14. Freehold 07728-C029216 9/10/20
 15. Bordentown 08505-C009 350 11/19/20
 16. Jackson 08527-R022 255 11/19/20
 TOTAL  4983
4983 Households Have Received The Gospel Of MARK

Here are some pictures of my mailing:

EDDM Envelope

Back of the Envelope

The envelope contains a postcard

Back of the Postcard

The envelope also contains a copy of the Gospel of Mark

A typical postal route – approximately 350 addresses


Treating Christian Evangelism like a Political Campaign

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