Open Air Preaching: the Spiritual Effects

Posted by on Sep 18, 2018 in Blog, General

The preeminent reason to proclaim the Gospel is for souls to hear the Word.  This goal leads to a singular concentration of effort on and expectation from the hearers of the Word. There is also a Spiritual response beyond the souls.  Preaching tears down spiritual strongholds.  Like when Israel marched around Jericho 7 times and the walls fell down preaching...

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George Whitfield Bio: Vol. II Chapter 14

Posted by on Sep 9, 2018 in Blog, General
George Whitfield Bio: Vol. II Chapter 14

Biography author Arnold Dallimore pours a tremendous series of facts into this chapter which is entitled: Laboring in the Gospel under a Crushing Load of Debt. Here are 12 topics covered in the Chapter: #1 The people in New England, though separated by the pro and anti-revival views, were nevertheless eager to see Rev. Whitefield. #2 In New York, though strong...

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NFL London – Oct. 19 – Nov. 1

Posted by on Sep 4, 2018 in Blog, Featured Slider, General
NFL London – Oct. 19 – Nov. 1

UK has five games slated for London next fall. The dates are: Oct. 14, 21 & 28. SFOI is planning to be in London preaching for the last two games. The dates of the trip: October 19 – Nov. 1. Accommodations: Highbury Centre.  Speakers: TBA Airfare: you purchase your ticket on your own if flying in from another country. Cost of the trip:   $2,500 – $2,000...

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Get in the Game: Samuel Davies Conference

Posted by on Aug 27, 2018 in General

Here’s a view of the view of the Bristol Motorspeedway. The two evangelism teams during the Samuel Davies Conference stood by the bridge that you see on the left and at the Speedway sign which you can see above the tree that is past the bridge.

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George Whitfield Bio: Vol. II Chapter 12

Posted by on Aug 26, 2018 in Blog, General

Arnold Dallimore explains that in the midst of the tremendous work of God that continued after Rev. Whitfield had departed the Colonies (see pg 179-182) attacks and weaknesses surfaced. The religious community was split into two groups: pro- Revivalists and anti-Revivalists. The names amongst the denominations were (pg 182): Congregationalists: New Lights and Old...

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