Here's a story from Dan (aka @daninreallife). I was only able to stay for the first 1/3 of the month-long e3 campaign. I was on my way back to the USA when this event took place.
Due to the generosity of our friends at TCM International, we were able to be driven from Bujumbura to Kigali -- my first African border crossing by car.
A Rwandan customs agent, dressed in military uniform, told us to unload the truck and open all our bags. I had one suitcase filled with over 100 Evangecubes that I thought would be confiscated or I might possibly have to pay an import tax for. I protested each bag until the “cube” bag. Sure enough, the soldier found a jackpot. He wanted me to explain why I had so many “cubes” and what we used them for. I opened one up -- when he saw the picture of Jesus he was satisfied the “cubes” were not contraband and instructed us to load up the truck.
I instructed Manasseh, our Rwandan leader, to share the gospel using the “cube.” My motivation: he inconvenienced us, now we will inconvenience him (I know, I’m not going to win the “Missionary of the Year” award, [again]). We slowly re-loaded the truck while Manesseh shared the gospel.
I started to worry, “What about the cars behind us?” Not to worry -- it’s Africa – very few people own/drive private vehicles. We are it. There are lots of trucks and buses but no cars.
The soldier’s boss, dressed in a suit, appeared and listened for a while. Now I’m worried that we got the soldier fired. Miraculously, the boss is already a Christian. He appreciated our message.
The soldier ended up praying to receive Jesus. Unloading then re-loading the luggage turned out to be worth while after all!