Grey Cup Outreach – Nov. 27 Ottawa, Canada

Posted by on Sep 24, 2017 in Blog, Featured Slider, General
Grey Cup Outreach – Nov. 27 Ottawa, Canada

The Canadian Football League is hosting its 105th annual championship called the Grey Cup on Nov. 27 at TD Place Field in Ottawa. The official Grey Cup link: Grey Cup Festival 105 Kevin Katzmann is leading the outreach.  Find Kevin on Twitter: @Kevin2Cor521 or email him: Kevin.katzmann@gmail.com Kickoff: Sunday 6:00 PM. Ministry time: Saturday: 5:00 PM – 9:00...

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College Football Bowl Schedule: 2017

Posted by on Sep 19, 2017 in Blog, General

COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF Monday, Jan. 1, 2018 Bowl Location Time / TV Rose Bowl Game Semifinal Game Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA 5:00pm ET / ESPN Allstate Sugar Bowl Semifinal Game Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, LA 8:45pm ET / ESPN Monday, Jan. 8, 2018 Bowl Location Time / TV CFP National Championship Semifinal Winner vs. Semifinal Winner Mercedes-Benz Stadium...

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Preacher Profile: Doc Schank

Posted by on Sep 15, 2017 in Blog, General

Meet Bill Schank I was raised in the Catholic religion. Less than 2 month’s after Graduating High School in 1982 I enlisted in the United States Air Force. On the evening of Resurrection Sunday (April of 1989, while I was working in the Emergency Room as an Emergency Medical Technian, at Ramstein Air Base West Germany), Chaplain Richard Spearman came in to...

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Preacher Profile: Stephen Locklear

Posted by on Sep 15, 2017 in Blog, General

Meet Stephen Locklear My name is Stephen Locklear. I live in the small town of Pembroke, NC, which is also where I was raised. I have been blessed to have wonderful Christian parents (James and Brenda Locklear) and three brothers (Aaron, Mark, Everette) and a sister (Melissa). I was raised in a Christian home and attended Christian summer camps several times. I had a...

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Open Air Preaching: Look people in the eye

Posted by on Sep 8, 2017 in Blog, General

You want the hearer of your message to see and know you are personally talking to them. So look them in the eye when you preach. Don’t do the following when you preach: look over the people’s heads or at their feet or wear sun glasses or a cap that covers your eyes. If your crowd is passing by like at a game, festival or campus make the effort to look as...

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George Whitefield: Volume #1 Chapter #1

Posted by on Sep 8, 2017 in Blog, General
George Whitefield: Volume #1 Chapter #1

Chapter #1 is intended to provide us with an understanding of Whitefield’s ancestry which would lead to us to see that the fruit of his ministry, that he was able to minister to the rich and the poor, was in part based on his family heritage. The quotes are brief and provide insight into Dallimore’s views on this topic.  The concluding paragraph sums up...

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George Whitefield: Volume #1 Introduction: On Knowing Whitefield

Posted by on Aug 25, 2017 in Blog, General
George Whitefield: Volume #1 Introduction: On Knowing Whitefield

In chapter one of “George Whitefield: The life and times of the great evangelist of the 18th century revival” the author Arnold Dallimore sets forth the three points: First, Whitefield was a tremendous figure in the 18th Century. Much beyond his apparent place according to historians until Mr. Dallimore’s book. Second, the reason for...

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Open Air Preaching: Preach Christ

Posted by on Aug 22, 2017 in Blog, General

Man is made in the image of God and is made to believe in God. The Bible is the codified living Word of God intended to bring man back to eternal life.  Jesus Christ is the One who resurrects our souls.  So preach Jesus Christ to lost souls. They are made to hear this message. The opposite view is to labor in the ills of the culture. However, the culture has no...

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Preacher Profile: Tom Sadowski

Posted by on Aug 20, 2017 in Blog, General

Meet Tom Sadowski I was born and grew up in the state of Michigan (Detroit suburbs), but moved to Denton, Texas, at the urging of a close friend, a great many years ago (1981). I have been married to my wife Betty for 34+ years, and we have six grown, dear children, plus three fine sons-in-law, and three delightful grandchildren- the latest less than a week old as I...

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