Tag: Mens ministry

The older I get, the fewer and farther between…

This thought to ponder and pray on is for both men and women, but here I will speak for the men. When I was a new convert and a younger man, I had plenty of older men to disciple me. However sadly I am now at a place in my life, where men that are

The coming fallout from the recent exchange of Saeed Abedini and other Iranian prisoners for ours, and the lifting of sanctions against Iran

America, Israel and our allies will see a long-term consequential fallout from our presidents recent lifting of sanctions on Iran, and this debauched trade of their prisoners for ours. But sadly most of Americanized churchianity “celebrate” and “rejoice” over it. On the political/national security side of this. This is not “good news” that our own

My report on a 1-week counter-terrorism open-air campaign, in response to International Terrorist Jihads here in San Bernardino and Redlands, California (lots of videos – Gospel-centric – Christ-centric)

Ever since the two Muslim Jihadists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, et.al. devastated our community, I’ve been responding with the Sword of the Lord. I have infiltrated several of these locations by penetrating them with the Gospel, utilizing multiple methods of evangelism. I have chosen to not upload a lot of the video footage, specifically some

POWERFUL scathing video on ‘Are you clothed in POWER’, by Paul Washer

When Washer said that the ‘Four Spiritual Laws’ tract “truncated” the Gospel, that’s an understatement. That tract was published by ‘Campus Crusade for Christ.’ Back in 2011 they literally removed CHRIST from their ministry, by changing their name to ‘Cru.’ Putting aside the Theological problems with that tract. They removed Christ to make themselves more

Short video on ‘Those Silly little Boys,’ by Paul Washer

I love how Washer’s Chinese interpreter added to his comments. Washer said “You’re just a silly little boy playing games. And the problem is, some of you are thirty years or more.” The interpreter added two words… “even older.” This can be the same with cellphones, but perhaps worse. I’m a firm believer in leaving