Purpose Of This Ministry

The purpose of this ministry is found in 2 Corinthians 5:18-21:

Now all things are of God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Jesus Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation, that is, that God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, not imputing their trespasses to them, and has committed to us the word of reconciliation. Now then, we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God were pleading through us: we implore you on Christ's behalf, be reconciled to God. For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.

This ministry seeks to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ in everything. We are are not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ therefore we declare this Gospel in the highways and biways. We preach about sin, righteousness, and the coming judgment to a lost and dying world. Since Jesus' mission was to "seek and save that which was lost", this too is our mission, being empowered by the Holy Spirit whom He has given to all those who believe.

On this site you will find several resources we believe are honoring to our Lord. We hope these resources will help you take up your cross and follow Jesus - they have definitely helped us. We hope you find our site to be both a blessing and an encouragment.

I pray that the sharing of your faith may become effective for the full knowledge of every good thing that is in us for the sake of Christ. -Philemon 1:6

-Steve (theway1711@gmail.com)

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Repent or Perish...should Jesus have said that?

Well, I now have another revelation. Trying to update this blog is going to be a lot harder than I thought. With summer fast approaching and the weather beginning to warm up, we hope to be out on the streets nearly everyday. If our encounters last night are any indication of what the summer holds for us, then trying to relay the days events to you the reader will be next to impossible.

Last night was AWESOME! Josh, Val, Tina, and our girls were with me yesterday. Although Tina and the girls did their own thing, I have no doubt that Tina was praying for us and enjoying her time with the girls.

Val and I were manning the sign while Josh had to attend to some personal business. Just as I was setting up the sign, a guy approached me with a high-tech camera.
He asked me, "Would you be willing to flick off the camera for me."
I said, "No".
How about sticking your tongue out.
I'll smile for you if that works.
No that won't work. You need to do something that fits your sign.
What do you mean?
Well your sign looks stupid, so you need to look stupid too. I guess this will work. Both of you look like idiots. Thanks.

This guy obviously did not like our sign (he professed to be a christian - who doesn't?) however he kept mocking us, telling us we are "stupid" and "idiots". He was taking our picture constantly and did not want us to stay around. The funny thing is, he was drawing more attention to us then we were drawing to ourselves, probably the very thing he didn't want to do. It's great how God works! At one point he got so desperate to make us leave that he took some potato chips, crushed them up in his hands, and preceded to throw them around us. Why? In hopes the seagulls would fly around us and poop on us. They didn't and even if they did, we wouldn't have moved. Praise God that His name is exalted even by mockers who have no idea what they are doing is drawing more of a crowd to think about God.

Psa 37:12 The wicked plots against the just, And gnashes at him with his teeth.
Psa 37:13 The Lord laughs at him, For He sees that his day is coming.

One of the highlights about last night was that it was the first time we really got a chance to witness with Val. We meet Val a few weeks ago. He's a middle-aged gentleman who is originally from Russia (oh yes, he's got the Russian accent). He was born-again over 30 years ago in a Russian prison (awesome testimony), became a preacher, moved to the US over 16 years ago, and is now in the process of working with us. He used to open-air preach in Russia when the communist regime fell. So I was pretty excited when people started approaching us. I let him do the talking, it was time for me to be the student. I was very impressed with what he had to say. He didn't get caught up with the "rabbit trail" questions people were asking. He told them the truth, asked a few questions, and let the people go if they so desired. As he says, "You have to open your mouth. In the beginning was the Word..." His point (I think), "Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God." (Romans 10:17).

As the day began to close, we were approached by a group of believers. These believers, for the most part, were very negative towards our sign. They didn't understand why we would wear shirts that say, "Repent or Perish". I tried to explain to them that this is a very common theme throughout the entire bible. Not to mention, this is what Jesus said to the masses.

Mat 4:17 From that time Jesus began to preach and to say, "Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand."

Luk 13:2 And Jesus answered and said to them, "Do you suppose that these Galileans were worse sinners than all other Galileans, because they suffered such things?
Luk 13:3 I tell you, no; but unless you repent you will all likewise perish.
Luk 13:4 Or those eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell and killed them, do you think that they were worse sinners than all other men who dwelt in Jerusalem?
Luk 13:5 I tell you, no; but unless you repent you will all likewise perish."

I may have stated this before, so please bear with me. I have NO PROBLEM with people thinking our sign/style of witnessing is not how they would do it and/or not the "best" way to do it. I DO have a problem with believers telling us our way is the WRONG way of doing it. For example, I do not think having a sign that says GOD LOVES YOU on it is the "best" way to get God's message out. However, I would not "argue" on the streets with them about it. I would encourage them in their endeavors and genuinely ask them how things are going. I would then hope to take them aside (when they are done) and talk about God's other side as well. Is their message biblical? Yes. Can God use it. Yes. Is it the best biblical message someone can come up with? That's debatable. I don't think so, but doing SOMETHING is better than doing NOTHING. Josh and I discussed this last night a little and he said, "I'd rather be preaching the right Gospel the wrong way, rather than the wrong gospel the right way." Amen to that.

Now, why did Josh say that? Well, while we were talking to these believers, a lady on a Harley bike rolled up and staring getting a little defensive about our sign. She was saying we were being judgmental (our sign has NOTHING about specific sins at all and nothing that could be considered judgmental in my opinion). Within the first few minutes she claims to be a homosexual christian...which is an oxymoron. Can a homosexual become a christian...ABSOLUTELY! Can a christian slip up at times and commit a homosexual sin, of course. Can a christian live as an unrepentant homosexual, who does not see homosexuality as a sin...no way! So the reason Josh made his statement about preaching a true gospel the wrong way (not talking about "love" and talking more about "judgment") is because the other believers who came up to us were "lovingly" telling this lady that it is ok to be a homosexual. I wasn't part of the conversation, but according to Josh they kept reassuring the lady that "we all sin" and "we all struggle with sin". How deceiving is that! That's true in a sense! But it's unbiblical to say it's OK to be a homosexual and still think you are going to heaven. If you think that, then how would you interpret the following scriptures.

Lev 20:13 If a man lies with a male as he lies with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination. They shall surely be put to death. Their blood shall be upon them.

1Co 6:9 Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor homosexuals, nor sodomites,
1Co 6:10 nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners will inherit the kingdom of God.

It's not about what the culture thinks, it's about what the bible says.

Let me add that as Josh was having his conversations with, I was having a GREAT conversation with two of the other believers that came up to me. We talked about a lot of topics, but the main point was me trying to explain to them why our sign says what it says, why we focus on judgment, wrath, hell, and stop sinning, more than God's love (although I think our sign is VERY loving). In the end, I think my point was clearly made and taken very well by the listening party. In fact they both seemed to understand where I was coming from and even considered coming out with us to hear more of what we say to people.

As the conversations ended, we started packing up. Just then a couple approached us both with a rather "happy" smile on their faces. We started up a conversation with them and shortly into the conversation we realized these people were very encouraged by our sign and style of witnessing. The guy, Sam, is the worship leader at a local church. His wife, Lesley, is part of the Pro-Life street witnessing organization. They to have been frustrated with the churches of today, the lack of zeal in most christians lives, and the lack of obedience to the word of God. It was a very encouraging way to end the day. In fact, we plan on meeting with them in the near future and discuss the vision God has laid on my heart. I am not the most optimistic person in the world, but this looks to be the start of a great relationship that God had ordained. Just when Tina and I, as well as Josh, were discussing the lack of people willing to fight the fight on the streets, God (in His timing) brings people to us. To encourage us and give us strength.

1Th 3:1 Therefore, when we could no longer endure it, we thought it good to be left in Athens alone,
1Th 3:2 and sent Timothy, our brother and minister of God, and our fellow laborer in the gospel of Christ, to establish you and encourage you concerning your faith,
1Th 3:3 that no one should be shaken by these afflictions; for you yourselves know that we are appointed to this.

Friday, May 23, 2008

From the Streets - Thursday May 22

I'm beginning to see that my posts, although different in wording, will often times be very similar in content. People's opinion towards our signs and/or message is becoming very similar. Some like it, others hate it, some reject it, others embrace it...but most are pretty indifferent to it. This mindset is actually helping me to rethink what needs to be put on our signs.

I have been doing some extensive reading in the book of Acts. Trying to find the "perfect" sign is driving me crazy. My wife and Josh are finding it pretty comical that I keep finding THE "perfect" sign. Only to have that "perfect" sign, superseded by another sign that is "THE" sign. It's a tough process. The more I study the book of Acts, the more I see the message which they preached was a message "relevant" to the people they were talking to. In short, they were preaching "Jesus as the Son of God" and "Jesus as the Christ" because this was VERY relevant to the Jewish people. If you read through the book of Acts, you will find that when Paul was confronted with people who had no (or very little) knowledge of the scriptures, he did not talk about Jesus as the Christ (see Acts 14:7-17; Acts 17:16-31) or the Jesus as "the Son of God". Why? Because those statements meant NOTHING to those people. They weren't waiting for the Messiah.

So what does that mean for today. A LOT! I am beginning to see that the people today, although they are well aware of the scriptures and the basic teachings of Jesus, they have no clue what it all means. To preach to people the "Jesus died for their sins", seems pretty pointless if they don't think what they are doing is sin. I am beginning to see that we MUST tell people what the bible calls sin. However, just telling people what the bible calls sin has no power to it if their sin has no consequences. Therefore, we must tell people about the consequences of their sin. The consequences of their sin is separation from God. However, telling people their consequence of their sin has no power to it if they don't see why "being separated from God" is important. I am staring to FIRMLY believe that one common theme throughout the bible is the declaration of GOD'S JUDGMENT ON ALL PEOPLE!

From Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, we several common themes over and over again: There is only one God, God is loving, God is forgiving, God is jealous, God has mercy, God is angry with men and their sin yet He is patient with them however His patience does run out at times, and finally JUDGMENT! I have yet to do this study, but I would guess the idea of "the judgment of God/Day of the Lord" is found in most if not all of the books of the bible.

Just think about God's love toward us through Jesus Christ. This doesn't even make sense to us if we don't see a need for Jesus. The only reason for Jesus, was because their is going to be a judgment. This judgment, the judgment of every man, is THE key to understanding God's love, patience, forgiveness, etc. Without Judgment, Jesus is pointless. Their is no need for a sacrifice if there is not Judgment!

In the book of Acts, you only hear the apostles very few times talk about the judgment that is to come. However, that does not mean we should not be talking about it. Remember, the majority of people who the apostles were talking to (both Jews and Gentiles) had a good bit of scripture knowledge. Therefore, they were well aware of the final Judgment of God and the apostles need not mention it to them.

Same goes with specific sins. They did not need to preach to the people to turn from their "sexual immorality" because the odds were pretty good that the people were trying to obey God and His commandments. We know this because the scriptures say they were zealous to keep the law. The Jewish people "feared God" because they knew their was a judgment. Therefore, to be "saved" they tried to keep the Law. Their mistake was in not realizing the Law was to lead them to Christ (the Savior). However, today people are not trying to live "moral" lives as set forth in the bible. They are trying to live "moral" lives set forth by their own standards. That is why we need to hit our culture hard with what the bible calls sin. Many people we talk to on the streets claim to be christians, however they do not see many of the sins we preach as sin. We need to reason with them from the scriptures (just as Paul reasoned with the Jews using the scriptures that Jesus was the Christ) what God defines as sin.

Finally, one of the common themes I have found throughout the bible to be relevant to our preaching today, is the concept embedded in "Idolatry". Specifically, that throughout the Bible we see God wanting the lone worship of mankind to Himself, yet man is constantly doing things his way. Man thinks he knows what he needs to do to be saved. In short, man thinks he is God. Man thinks he makes the rules. Man thinks he can determine what is sin and what is not. What is sin for one person might not be for another. Most people today have a "tolerance" mindset. The idea of, "you can believe whatever you want, as long as it doesn't 'effect/hurt' other people." Obviously this is not what Jesus, Peter, Paul, etc taught. Jesus said He was THE ONLY WAY! We need to get back to this principal. There are NOT many ways to God. We need to preach to the people today that TOLERANCE IS NOT OK. Tina likes to say, "Tolerance is not Ok, Jesus is the only way." There are faults with that, but it's catchy none-the-less (and true). We need to preach Jesus not so much "as the Christ" but as THE ONLY GOD AND HIS WAY IS THE THE ONLY WAY! We are STEEPED in a society that teaches there are MANY ways to God. Again, it's the idea of tolerance - this America must repent of!

So, as of right now, (it might change as I continue in prayer and study) the three things that we need to be preaching to people are:
1. Judgment
2. What God calls sin
3. Jesus is the ONLY God and the ONLY way

Now obviously you include the message of the cross, forgiveness of sins, etc. We must include the Full Gospel, and a "half" Gospel does not make sense if there is no judgment, consequence of Sin, and the Authority and Deity of Jesus Christ.

John 14:6
Jesus said, "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. No one comes to the Father, except through Me."

Doesn't sound like "tolerance" to me!

Oh, by the way, we went out yesterday and had some very good conversations. God is always providing us with oppurtunities to share His truth. Be looking for a future post on my conversation with Mormons.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Street Preaching May 14, 2008

We went out yesterday evening from 3:30-8:30 down in the Canal Park area. It was an amazing "coincidence" that there just "happened" to be a scheduled air show in that area. So as the day progressed, the area around us was being flooded with people. Several hundred people were within reading distance of the sign.

The day started relatively "slow" in that we did not get much, if any conversations going. As always, there are those who walk by and give a "thumbs up" and there are those who walk by and shake their head and/or same some "nice" comment about our sign. Either way, BOTH are a blessing! The Holy Spirit does wonders in people we never see happening.

Our first conversation was really just a continuation conversation with a guy I had talked to last time out. His name is Art. He's a self-professing atheist, who seemingly hates ALL religions, thinks we are all deceived, and really hates us because we are "dumb enough to stand out here showing the world how foolish our 'god' is." He's a really nice guy! Actually, the conversations have been "good" in a sense. Although he thinks we are complete idiots, he also says how "nice" we are and he thinks we are pretty good guys, it's our beliefs he hates.

When he first came up to us, I told him how great it was to see him, with all these people around. I told him I would get the conversation going, he'd get mad and a little loud, and that would bring the crowd in. He ASSURED me that he wasn't going to talk to us and "help us out." An hour later he was still talking to us! You can't resist the Holy Spirit! Seemingly the conversation goes no where. He wants to argue against the existence of God, faith, etc. And is pretty defiant against any argument you present to him. I try my best not to get into "philosophical arguments" but it's hard. Josh is much better and staying within the scriptures, staying out of arguments, and letting the word of God do his thing.

Hebrews 4:12-13
For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. And there is no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are naked and open to the eyes of Him to whom we must give account.

As the day progressed and the air show ended, things started to pick up. While I was talking to a professing christian who despised our sign, Josh was having a conversation with another professing christian. Both of these gentleman, not associated with one another, believed a person could put their faith in Christ, renounce their faith, practice another religion yet still be saved because "at one time they trusted in Christ". WRONG ANSWER! What saith the scriptures:

1 John 5:13
These things I have written to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, that you may know that you have eternal life, and that you may continue to believe in the name of the Son of God.

Mark 13:13
...he who endures to the end shall be saved.

When these conversations were over it was about 7pm. I was pretty whopped from my conversation with the atheist and the professing christians. Several things about witnessing. It challenges your faith, it challenges your patience, it makes you really dig into the scriptures to see why you believe what you believe, and it is both mentally and physically draining.

We decided to pack up and head to the area in front of Little Angies, knowing that it is a hot spot for people eating, drinking, and hanging out. It wasn't long before we set up that people started to come and talk to us. The conversations were short, but the gospel message was presented. Josh was talking to a couple of girls while I was talking to a few skate boarders. As I finished my conversation, a lady pulled up in a car FURIOUS that our sign had the word "men" on it and not "women". I assured her it was only for scriptural faithfulness and the scripture we were referring to. It didn't matter to her. She believed men should not be in authority over women. Once she calmed down a bit, we discussed the issue a little and I learned she was a Chaplin at St. Mary's hospital. Although she said she believed the bible, every scripture I presented to her, she rejected and said, "oh, I don't believe that." I didn't give her my interpretation, I just read the scripture to her.

When I got done with my conversation, Josh was engaged with a man from Russia, Val, and the same two girls. Turns out Val is a believer who seems to be ON FIRE for Jesus. To make a long story short, he wants to get together with us, fellowship with us, and come out with us to open-air preach/street witness. We ended up talking with him for a while and discussed his conversion story, his fleeing from Russia to America, and our vision for the city of Duluth. At this point, we are very encouraged by his zeal and willingness to step into the battle for lost souls.

After a short conversation with two professing christians (one wearing a HOOTERS tank top, the other...well...I'm not sure if she was wearing ANY clothes) who pulled up to talk to us, we ended our conversations and went home.


Acts 18:9-10
Now the Lord spoke to Paul in the night by a vision, "Do not be afraid, but speak, and do not keep silent; for I am with you, and no one will attack you to hurt you; for I have many people in this city."

Saturday, May 10, 2008

Streets May 9, 2008 - THE COPS

FINALLY we got the chance to go out witnessing this week. It has been a hard week on me because MY plans kept being altered because our girls were sick. It's hard to not be selfish when YOU want something so bad. I know God had plans that were WAY more important than mine. Besides, one GREAT thing that happened this week was that Amariah has learned to say "YES" to everything rather than, "yeah", "yep", "mmmhhhhmmm", and whatever other slang we use. If you happen to be around her, WATCH OUT, she'll catch you saying one of those things and call you on it, "don't say 'yep' say yes."

So we went to the Canal Park/Marine Museum yesterday afternoon. This was our first outing to the same area we got booted before. As many of you know, I have done some SERIOUS research into our rights within and/or around that area. The CONCLUSION of the matter can be read in one of the more recent posts.

We arrived around 4pm with our new sign in hand (see pictures). This sign is MUCH larger than the last sign. This sign "weighs" in at 48"W x 51"H. We were a little apprehensive if the sign might break "code" but we figured it was worth a try. We set up about 20feet from were the federal land and city property abuts one another. There were A LOT of people there and it wasn't even really nice out. THAT PLACE WILL BE PACKED THIS SUMMER!

As usual we had many people stopping, looking, and reading from a distance. A group of High School students on their senior trip stopped and talked to us. They were professing believers and seemingly we were able to encourage them with our banner, stories, hats, shirts, and testimonies. I always try to challenge people, esp. teens, to live out their faith to the fullest. Since this was our first time out with this BIG sign, we had no idea what to expect in terms of the wind and wind "push". As we were talking to the students a few "mild" breezes came through and I'm sure I looked like a HUGE idiot trying to keep this thing from falling on all of us. The sign won and I had to set it down while Josh grabbed his homemade base for "better" support. That didn't work either. All in all the sign needs some modifications IF we continue to use that size.

As the students left, one guy who was not with the students, let us know he thought our sign was "#1", although he did that with his middle finger...maybe that's the only finger he had and was really giving us a "thumbs up"...I doubt it!

Now we had the sign in it's base and seemingly thought we were ready to take on the wind. Just then two cop cars pulled up along the Marine Museum and the cops walked inside. We were pretty confident this was going to happen since the federal employee said she would "take the next step" if she saw us out there again. The thing is, I had done my homework and knew EXACTLY where I could and could not stand. In fact I now carry a 3-ring binder on me AT ALL TIMES when out witnessing with laws, court cases, boundary lines, important contact info, and pertinent emails from city officials.

The police came up to us and asked what we were doing. I said, "exercising our rights", which probably wasn't the best choice of words. I think the officer might have thought I was being defiant. Because he seemed to get mad. A few exchanges went on and I said, "yeah we got booted from there before"..again maybe not the best choice of words. The officer, now seemingly annoyed by my "defiance" said, "AND YOU'RE GETTING BOOTED AGAIN".

Now, I don't do real well with people telling me what to do, ESPECIALLY when I KNOW I am right...and in this situation I KNEW I was right. I said, "Why I have all the necessary documents saying I am OK to stay here." They have their six-shooters, I have my 3-ring binder. I pulled it out and let them know I had contacted the city attorney, city engineer, AND THEIR Lt. of Police Dept. I also showed them the aerial photos of city/federal property. Things seemed to change once I showed them I "had done my homework", as one of them explained. One of the officers still seemed to have a problem with our message because people are "offended" by it. The thing is, I KNOW. Jesus IS the "rock of offense". Jesus is the "stumbling block". Jesus said, "the world will hate you because it hated me." The officer didn't see why we would stay out here if we weren't wanted out here. Simple, the best place to be is the place you are not wanted to be....that's the place you NEED to be! They let us know if we went onto federal property that we would be arrested for trespassing. Supposedly the federal employees didn't like us near their property, and therefore will violate us as trespassers if we go on their property. Now I seemed to think they meant EVER, but Josh seemed to think only if we have signs. I plan to do to a little looking into this. It would be discrimination if we were NEVER allowed on their property WITHOUT signs. Doesn't make sense.

The police officers left after giving us a few of their "opinions" on what we should do. One of them must have been a professing believer because he said he thought we were "doing a good deed." After the officers left things seemed to pick up with the people....boy that's a "coincidence". A gentleman engaged me about our sign thinking that works, infant baptism, and going to church saves a person. We discussed these things for close to half-an hour. Although discussing doctrine can be very beneficial, it was pretty clear nether of us were going to budge on what we believed. I said it's by faith and faith alone and this faith produces obedience. He said "we have to do something" in order to be saved. I will NEVER believe our obedience gets us into heaven. Our obedience happens BECAUSE we are saved, not vice-a-versa (I'm obedient then I get saved). I tried to end the conversation with "are you sure you are saved". He said, "no" but also added "no one can know they are saved". I wonder what John would think of that:

1 John 5:13
These things I have written to you who believe in the Son of God, so that you may KNOW you have eternal life.

I don't think the apostle John would agree with this gentleman, therefore I didn't agree with him.

As soon as he left, a young man came up to me who was a STRONG "atheist". We discussed MANY topics and to say the least, it was a VERY frustrating conversation. He literally believed in "nothing". One of the best parts of the conversation was when he said, "you christians think you know absolute truth...there is NO SUCH THING AS ABSOLUTE TRUTH." hmmmmmm, is it just me or isn't he implying that he KNOWS ABSOLUTE TRUTH? His ABSOLUTE TRUTH is that there IS NO ABSOLUTE TRUTH. When it was all said and done, I gave him my email and asked him to contact me for a burger and "beer" sometime. He agreed.

Meanwhile Josh was working his new made hat next to me. It must have caught the attention of a few girls because he was in a discussion with them about many topics, most of which dealt with "humanism" and "relativism". People who believe this basically say, "you can believe what you believe...and it's good for you." That doesn't work though when you apply Hitler, rapist, murderer, etc to that same "faith". The conversation seemed to go good and Josh commented how "difficult" it is to talk with "those types of people". It is hard, BUT I always try to bring it back to God the creator, we are created in His image, our moral conscience, sin, judgment, wrath, repentance, faith, obedience, and ultimately the cross. Sometimes it's best not to debate with people, let the Word of God do the "debating".

It was now 7:45 and time to go. As we were packing up, two young gentleman walked up and asked us if they could read our sign. BINGO! For the next 20 mins or so we were able to discuss God the creator, we are created in His image, our moral conscience, sin, judgment, wrath, repentance, faith, obedience, and ultimately the cross. They seemed to take it in very well, were blown away by God's hate for sin, and they seemed to understand the terms repentance and faith.

It was now 8:15 and I had told my wife I would be home by 8pm. Praise God my wife knows what I'm all about. I heard a preacher once say (paraphrase), "if you want to help people see their need for a savior, you might as well forget about Denny's." Point: sometimes you have to forget about YOUR agenda. Some things are much more important.

I got home, my wife understood. I love my wife!

Proverbs 31:28-31 (The "Proverbs 31" wife)
Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: "Many women have done excellently, but you surpass them all." Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.

Monday, May 5, 2008

Next Time Out

Hey everyone
The schedule is "set" (bar any changes - weather permitting) for this week:

Wednesday: preaching/witnessing at UMD campus (location TBD)
Thursday: preaching/witnessing in evening (3ish - whenever) at Canal Park/Marine Museum
Friday: preaching/witnessing location and time TBD
Saturday: preaching/witnessing TBD (bring the family if down at Canal Park)

We have designed and will be printing out a new banner (wording and style), so that gives us 2 banners to work with when on the streets. We would like to have AT LEAST 2 people per banner and each banner at different locations.

Also, Josh has developed a NEW hat (even better than the last one). YOU GOTTA SEE IT....it swivels!

Hope to see you out there. Either call (590-9462) or email if you can make it...or just show up!