The Cleveland Indians are hosting the 2019 Major League All-Star Celebration Saturday, July 6 – Tuesday, July 9.

SFOI is looking for ten men who believe they are called to evangelistic work or who have a passion for souls to hear the Gospel to spend four days proclaiming the Gospel to the MLB All-Star fans whether they are coming and going from the FanFest, Nationals Park, the White House, Washington Mall or another location.

The team will stay in the same facility from Saturday – Wednesday morning; there’ll be an hour of prayer each morning including an hour of devotions led by a local Pastor or Professor;  we’ll travel together to and from the ministry location(s) for the day and we’ll operate in two teams of five once we arrive at the ministry location.

The daily schedule is below.

To give you an idea of the ministry at work you can look at these pictures from last year in Washington, DC, MLB ’18; Miami, MLB ’17, in San Diego, MLB ’16, and Cincinnati in ’15: MLB ’15.

If you have a desire to spend four days fellowshipping and laboring with other evangelists so the MLB All-Star fans can hear the Gospel and be provided the opportunity to believe It, be ministered to in the moment and to be referred to a Bible teaching church then plan to join us today.  The details are below including the link to take you to the registration page.

Location of Event: Cleveland, OH

Event Leader: Bill Adams

Dates:  Saturday, July 6 – Tuesday, July 9

Ministry Schedule: 

Accommodations: TBA.

Airport pick up: Yes.  Email your itinerary to Hannah at: info@sfoi.org

Meals: Not included. On your own.

Speakers:  TBA.

Costs: TBA.

Transportation: Public transportation and walking.

Registration Information: This event is for men only. Limited to ten.

Next Step: Register by clicking on the SFOI logo below. Once you register and are approved you will receive further information including but not limited to an event waiver and payment information. You will also be asked to submit a bio and picture to be posted on the event pages.

Questions about how SFOI works: If you have not previously participated in an SFOI outreach then visit these pages to help you understand the work of the ministry: SFOI Distinctives; the goal of SFOI;  what to expect at an SFOI event; SFOI Vision and Mission statements; Registering for an event.

Daily Schedule

Saturday, July 6

Check in: Arrive at the house by Noon

Ministry time: 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Sunday, July 7

Prayer: 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Teaching time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Ministry time: Noon – 8:00 PM

Monday, July 8

Prayer: 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Teaching time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Ministry time: Noon – 8:00 PM

Tuesday, July 9

Prayer: 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Teaching time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 Am

Ministry time: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Ministry Team

Bill Adams – Chattanooga, TN

Bill Adams was raised in the church, Baptist and Methodist, and has never in his life not known of or considered God in his life. In 1988 upon graduation from Belmont University’s Masters in Business program the Lord personally entered Bill’s life and called Bill to follow Him. That began a 29 year journey of following Jesus Christ and growing in the grace and knowledge of Him.

In 1995 the Lord called Bill to begin to go into the highways and hedges to preach the Word and in 2000 Bill became a full-time evangelist.

In the early years Bill preached at seemingly every concert, sporting event, parade and festival in Atlanta and simultaneously the Lord led him to travel to major sporting events like the Super Bowl, Final Four and Olympics to preach.

In 2007 Sports Fan Outreach [SFOI] was born as an effort to bring more Saints with him to preach at these sporting events and now through the SFOI George Whitefield program Bill is seeking men who believed they are called into full-time evangelism to join him to saturate the Western World with the Gospel.

Over the years millions of souls throughout the Western World have heard the Word through Bill’s preaching and the great delight of his life is knowing and preaching Jesus Christ crucified.

Bill is married and has four children. He is a commissioned evangelist of the Diocese of the Central States of the Reformed Episcopal Church  and is presently enrolled in the Masters of Theology program at Union School of Theology [UST]. You can read Bill’s frequent theological thoughts at his blog: Bill Adams’ Theological Writings – Views from an Evangelist.