I have a couple exciting announcements about the direction of City On A Hill. First, please read about the recent encounter I had with a young women named Kisha. Lonely Kisha was sitting by herself on a short wall outside her apartment complex. The street was quiet, the breeze was warm and you could hear… Read more about Only The Lonely
Urban ministry is not for the faint of heart. In the last several months I’ve been confronted by a group of angry drunk men, yelled at by a Christ hater and exposed to disease, all for sharing the love of God. Some say I’m being irresponsible, selfish or stupid for putting myself in harms way.… Read more about Love That Defies
God loves the poor and that means we should too. Not just in word but in deed like James admonishes his readers in James 2:1-15. Therefore, I encourage you to spend time alone with the Lord learning what the verses below mean to Him, and then what they mean to you, in light of what… Read more about God Loves The Poor
It was another beautiful day for evangelism in the San Diego hamlet of City Heights. I began walking through an alley when I saw eight individuals standing in the distance. Eight Souls Five of them on the right side of the alley and three on the left. On the right side there were two men… Read more about Throw Caution To The Wind And Preach The Gospel
Sometimes I forget the weight of the Gospel. The whole matter is heavy; dealing with life, death and ultimately the loss of self. A few weeks ago while walking the streets I noticed a few young men shooting a skateboarding video. Since they were busy, I walked past them but then returned when I saw… Read more about What If They’re Not Ready?
Returning to street evangelism in 2017 proved to be an immense blessing. Not only did I have the privalege to encourage, pray and plead with hundreds of people to receive Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and Lord, but along the way, I developed meaningful relationships that I hope grow deeper in 2018. Below are… Read more about Thanking God And Looking Forward