You have probably heard the saying “he who dies with the most toys wins.” This saying may make you chuckle, but it isn’t true. It is true that a lot of wealthy people start thinking about their legacy when they get older and many of them donate money to charities and colleges and most of the time they end up with a building or a fund named after them. They do these things because we all know this truth: You Can’t Take It With You. [Read more…]
Rich, Aaron and I joined some other evangelists from around the country the first of May and we witnessed at the Kentucky Derby. Many people went into Churchill Downs drunk and many, many more left the place totally drunk. But when we tried to get them to see their sinfulness and God’s Holiness we would ask them if they had been drinking and instead of admitting it, a lot of them said, no I’m Catholic. [Read more…]
Three of us from Springfield and four evangelists from Rolla, Missouri went to the Kentucky Derby Outreach 2015 the first weekend in May and we had a great time lifting up the name of Jesus at the derby. There were 31 evangelists there from all around the country who participated in the Sports Fan Outreach International event and it was a real joy and blessing to proclaim the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 4:6) with our fellow laborers. [Read more…]
It was a real honor to street witness outside Churchill Downs last weekend along with 30 other evangelists from around the country. There were over 170,000 people there in attendance for the Kentucky Derby. In addition to street preaching and talking to people one to one, we also handed out tracts. Even though many tracts were handed out, unfortunately the majority of people said “no thank you.” [Read more…]
Maybe your boss, a loved one or a friend has asked you to do something and you only partially completed the task. Are you guilty of ever doing this? Or have you ever asked someone to do a task for you and they only finished the job half halfway? If so, how did that make you feel?
I’m asking these questions because the message tonight is about partial obedience and I’d like to read 1 Samuel 15:1-28: Samuel also said unto Saul, The Lord sent me to anoint thee to be king over his people, over Israel: now therefore hearken thou unto the voice of the words of the Lord. 2 Thus saith the Lord of hosts, I remember that which Amalek did to Israel, how he laid wait for him in the way, when he came up from Egypt. [Read more…]