What a fruitful & productive way for Christians to redeem their time wisely on Independence Day, and throughout that week. This was worth the hour to watch, as Ronnie and the team invade D.C. with preaching, crying-out, and the distribution of Gospel tracts. According to the crowds clothing and signage, a majority of them are
Tag: Open-air preaching
About four years ago I had to unfriend an Elder that I personally knew. He wasn’t just any Elder, he was an Elder from a former church that I attended back in the early 1990’s. He was (and still is) a semi-universalist, and a free-willer. He demonstrates a slope agape, and a greasy grace, and
The way the fellow in this video responded to the Gospel, reminded me of the famous street preaching video entitled “Last Call.” When I compelled the crowd to ‘repent and believe,’ and ‘respond’ to the Gospel, this man ‘similar in appearance’ responded in the same manner. Additionally, this Christian woman was so thankful for what
As you’ll see in this Garmin generated graphic, while on my evangelcycle (bicycle) I covered lots of ground at the University of Redlands (UofR). Then by providence I unexpectedly saw a large event at the Redlands Bowl. And So I sowed Seeds until my Gospel tracts were gone. Music ‘I will be there,’ by Tom
Today while I was street preaching a message about a ‘Biblical thirst’ (dipsaō) that is responsive to salvation, this woman walked by me uttering the words “that’s ridicules!” So I responded back for all to hear. She told me “Jesus wouldn’t do that!” Later after my sermon she continued to rebuke me for rebuking her.
Since fornication is a sin that leads to approx. 90% of all abortions, I always attempt to address that sin. Ephesians 5:1-21 is an instruction to Christians, as how to walk in both wisdom and love, and love warns. But to Elegchō (ἐλέγχω) the sin is not enough. Since morality cannot save a man, the
During this holiday season, my theme was memorializing the most prolific, powerful, and prophetic Memorial Day ever. One that I formally celebrate monthly. Though this Memorial Day is the most important, it was also an opportunity to thank our Veterans for their service. The “Atheist” was very mellow, but the aggressive ones will be commenting
Today while evangelizing every ‘fast food restaurant drive-thru’ in my city (except for one), I broke my cycling record (since being back on a bicycle). In both the length of my ride, and the total time. Not bad for where my heart health was not too long ago. I’m making my Pacemaker work over-time. This
As a result of this sermon, some wonderful conversations came to fruition. For more on ‘who God hates,’ watch my exposition of Psalm 5:5-6, via this link here.
I’m sharing this video because it’s a bit sentimental. The back door to my ‘investigations business’ used to be within this alley. But I closed it down to finish grad school, but since the full-time paid ministry opportunity didn’t work out, I ‘might’ start it up again. HI-CALIBER Investigations, it’s in the name! (CA. Lic.