This week I’ve been keeping my mini sermons “Christmas” theme related. But not the Gerber baby Jesus that’s seen in nativity scenes. Private conversations were removed.
Thou we (the Christians) do need a place to meet, today most do “church” backwards. The ‘church’ is not the building that we call our ‘church.’ Biblically speaking, the word ‘church’ comes from the Greek word Ecclesia (or Ekklesia). Which means to ‘go out and assemble.’ Which includes the Biblical commandment to ‘go out’ and
Today on Christmas Eve Day I finished my ‘Preaching Christ Crucified’ campaign at retail stores near you. During this campaign I preached inside and outside of stores throughout the Inland Empire. I distributed many Gospel tracts, prayed for people, and engaged in ‘one on one’ conversations. At times it almost seemed as if the Lord
Today in downtown Redlands I did a lot of ‘walking & talking’ about baby Jesus, and the meaning of Christmas. I also distributed Gospel tracts. And I did some preaching into the open-air. This is a portion of that labor of love. For a great video on Biblical repentance, click here. “In answer to your
Open-air preaching at Redlands High School Update: There are some ‘professed’ believers that believe preaching the Gospel in the public “turns people off.” Well they are partially correct. Because those that are ‘turned off’ will perish, but those that get ‘turned on’ God saved. Preaching the Gospel in public is not an option, it is
Like last year during the “holiday season,” I have begun my ‘Preaching Christ Crucified’ campaign at retail stores near you. On this outreach Costco Management and security had me flanked fairly fast (understandably so). However they were very professional and very respectable. Consequently I did not get to finish my sermon. But by God’s grace,
I preached at the DMV in the city of Victorville (whereas I finally finished the 119th Psalm). I then went to the Social Security Administration office, and engaged the people in conversation about Christmas. This month I will try to ‘blend in’ a little of the Christmas story into each open-air sermon. However they won’t
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. .
The movie ‘Last Ounce of Courage,’ by Hellfighter Productions I recommend watching this excellent movie about God, country, patriotism, duty, honor, sacrifice, family, and being a freedom fighter. Our freedoms in this great country are rapidly eroding away. But most of the church is assuming the role of the proverbial ostrich with her head in
Greetings from Chuck Norris (aka the epic Christmas split.) This is a parody of Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Volvo commercial, which can be seen seen here. Chuck we love and respect you and Gena.
I saw on Facebook that bicyclists were participating in a ‘Toys for Tots’ ride today at 8:00AM. Usually these Redlands rides are huge, but todays was small. Most of them arrived at 7:55. Talk about a narrow window of opportunity. What a blessing the Christian was afterwards. Lord may You give the increase. “I am
My voice is raspy from preaching elsewhere. This sermon was preached inside and outside of many stores and market places. Thou out of the cameras view. Thankfully the sidewalk to my right across the street, had lots of pedestrian traffic. That restaurants outer patio was full of patrons too. This outreach met with a more
I was standing on my ladder preaching a Christmas sermon, well the video tells the rest of the story. Every time I get discouraged, I think of the real men of God. “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the LORD your God
While preaching at many department stores today, I was driving around praying where to go next. I looked over and saw this locked down rehabilitation facility, and outside there were two crowds. Although I did not get to finish this new 20 minute Christmas sermon, the Lord gave me a decent window of opportunity to