Had I been a woman, I would have taken Jane to Mimi’s Café down the street (it’s a chick place), as she seemed to want to be with us longer than we gave her. This is why we need more Christian women outside abortion mills. But ‘some’ women complain there are not enough men. As
Tag: Open-air preaching
The Lord has used this worm to share His glorious Gospel in some of the most unusual locations. May I add a COVID testing site to that list.
About five years ago a Supervisor at this location threatened to have me arrested. She has called the police a few times. One day the State Police (CHP) responded and detained me pending further investigation (but God). Sadly she professes to be a Christian. How was she allegedly saved? By “accepting” Jesus; hence my remarks.
Today was a busy day at this abortion mill (on a ‘kill day’). I was able to distribute many Gospel tracts and cry-out to those in the parking lot. And God interviewed with their security guard. He humbled himself allowing me to share the Gospel for about 15-20 minutes with him. Because of his humility
Preaching throughout, and during the height of “the curve” during California’s draconian anti-biblical pandemic lock-down. But the church must press-on. Because there’s no institution more “essential” than God’s elect – Christ’s bride. I can hear the sound of the auditory trajectories ricocheting off the pavement onto the building.
By Gods grace throughout this tyrannical pandemic lockdown, and “stay at home “order, I’ve been preaching at department stores near you.
Besides preaching some of the Law and the Gospel today, I was telling the crowds that ‘a purpose’ for this virus, is to repent toward God, and put their faith in Christ. And if your already saved, more of both.
In this outreach, I preached a portion of the Law, from Psalm 7, the glorious Gospel, and preached a Biblical description of hell awaiting for those standing in line that do not respond in Biblical repentance and faith. Some police officers responded, and I addressed them too. The Lord’s people must fear God, not a
Regretfully the line began to quickly move as I was approaching them, and then I was asked to leave (understandably so). I’ve been mindful to provide everyone with their social distancing space, but as you’ll see in this outreach, a couple offered their ‘right hand of fellowship’ (Galatians 2:9). What am I to do? For
Preaching during the Coronavirus lockdown. I gave two very brief sermonettes on their property. But once I was respectfully escorted off, I preached from the sidewalk at full volume. Interestingly, several in the parking lot told me they wanted to hear more. The harvest is ripe, but the laborers are few. The Lord’s people
After seeing another cowardly pastor discouraging Christians online from sharing the Gospel with a lost and dying world. And after seeing how they deceptively claim they are “loving our neighbors,” and are being “pro-life” by shutting their churches and staying home, I tweeted the following this morning. “There was a Christianity willing to die for
During the epicenter of this virus, where Christianity is highly illegal, Christians were preaching the Gospel in the streets of Wuhan China. So how much more should Christians in America, where Christianity is legal, preach His glorious Gospel along the highways and hedges. I am also preaching at other locations, including the busier intersections.