Once again we were at the corner of 6th and University sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ on the streets of Hillcrest when a young couple passed by the table. I asked them whether I could speak with them about Jesus but they declined. A few minutes later the same couple returned from the opposite… Read more about These People Need Jesus
I often ask a simple but direct question when sharing my faith which allows me to assess a person’s level of conviction in what they believe regarding a singular sovereign creator. Here’s the question, “Do you believe in God?” I know, I know – but I told you it was a simple question. Though this… Read more about How Good Is Good Enough?
These were a few of the responses I received yesterday while Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ on the streets of Hillcrest. Jesus isn’t real. I don’t care if Jesus loves me. I’ve already been down that road bro, I was raised Jehovah witness. I’m an atheist. Jesus isn’t God, Allah is God. I was… Read more about Living Between Life And Death
Tonight was the culmination of over six months of plowing the ground in Hillcrest. We saw several people that we’ve met over that time period. We were cussed at again and treated with contempt by many. But please don’t think we’re discouraged – we’re not. Tonight we were reunited with Al and Marlene. They are… Read more about The Key To Progress Is Time & Pressure
I was warned. Yes, I knew there would be tension created by our evangelistic efforts in Hillcrest. I knew this from the many trials that befell the Apostles in the Book of Acts and from the whispers of the Holy Spirit in prayer. I didn’t know what form it would take, but I knew it… Read more about Tensions Run High in Hillcrest
School of Hard Knocks Sometimes the best lecture our children receive is the one we don’t give them. Case in point, today my son Jacob and I hit the streets of San Diego with God’s love in our hearts, gospel tracts and Subway gift cards. At first Jacob didn’t want to go as he saw… Read more about The School Of Hard Knocks Tells The Truth