If you’re looking for eloquent speech, polished words, and a professional voice inflection; you won’t find it here. Sorry about the new word I invented “O’believe.” It does have an Irish pronunciation to it. 😉 After preaching this message, this woman approached me. She admitted that she was married, but was pregnant with a child
On this day I either shared the Gospel or preached the Gospel with everyone everywhere. From bars, to a nude bar (on the outside), to markets, the gas pumps, lunch crowds, buses, bus stops, a crime scene, and a whole lot more. Please watch for the two full sermons leading to a response from the
A few weeks ago while off-roading with my wife, an off road vehicle was in the process of being recovered from a nasty ravine. While the line of Jeeps waited for its recovery, I distributed some Gospel tracts to fellow off-roaders. This fellow Martin is one of those off-roaders that received a tract. Martin is
Today I responded to an invitation to attend a men’s breakfast in Norco, that presented an edifying message on the eight Greek words for worship and praise. While driving back through Riverside I decided to see what was going on in their downtown area. To my surprise was a city sponsored event called the Riverside
Seemed that almost everywhere I preached today, it turned into a hostile work environment. I won’t even show those videos. But there’s no such thing as a bad day in evangelism. Because Gods Word promises to never return void. So I thought I’d end today on a more positive note. Usually at gas stations as
Preached from Romans 5:6-11 at a bus stop. Thank You Lord for the wonderful things that You did thru this outreach. Music ‘Our Memories,’ by Lisa Gerrard & Marcello De Francisci.
Three people from diverse backgrounds responded to the Gospel call at this bus depot. Note that I did not preach easy believism, I actually preached and warned against it. To God be the glory. After I saturated this place with tracts, the police arrived and began searching people. I decided to place the officers in
While evangelizing at this bus depot, the lady seen in the wheelchair was hungry for the Gospel, as was another lady that I spent most of my time with (at this outreach). Though she did give me permission to upload our conversation, I decided to edit our conversation. In addition, the Lord used this to
Lord thank You for allowing me to sow Your Seed, and I trust that only You can produce the results. Lord thank You for sister Eva and her companion. To God be the glory. “How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in him of
After this sermon the Lord opened the door for some great conversations. Some displayed their support of open-air preaching. One professed believer said that I was wrong in the way I preached. I used some verbal judo upon him. “It is a poor sermon that gives no offense; that neither makes the hearer displeased with
Last night I used various methods of evangelism. Some of them were open-air preaching, crying out, calling out, stop light preaching, cross walk preaching, rapid tract distribution (RTD), as well as engaging in ‘one on one’ conversations. Lord willing the malls and stores are next. Below is a portion of that labor of love. .
Today in the city of Riverside I Preached the Word, cried out, distributed lots of Gospel tracts, and engaged in constructive conversations. I generally don’t preach to a crowd captivated while eating at their tables, but the Lord prompted me to do so here. What a blessing the woman was that took a stand for
There were three lines of people today. People were lined up on the north, south, and west walls. All of them were evangelized. I didn’t use amplification until security moved me off the State property. I then used amplification advising them that I will keep the ‘State out of the Church,’ while keeping the ‘Church
Preached a sermon, distributed tracts, engaged in ‘one on ones,’ answered questions, prayed for those requesting prayer, all for the glory of Christ, the edification of His church, and that the lost may be found. .
A story about love, conviction, repentance, a police officer open-air preaching / street witnessing, the warnings of false conversions, and what is the evidence of Salvation. The person seen in this video is to be considered innocent of any crime(s,) unless proven guilty in the court of law. A blog post with a video of
Today I went to preach at the Riverside Courthouse. To my surprise another preacher was already preaching. So I handed out tracts while he preached. This preacher looked familiar. We later realized that about 13 years ago Mark and I attended the same church. What a blessing this was. We then went to the DMV