Join Paul Roepnack in heralding the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ at the North Carolina State University home football games this 2019 season.

Next outreach is: Saturday, November 9th outreach is 3 hours before kickoff with kickoff  TBA as the NC State Wolfpack takes on Clemson.

Paul will be outside of Carter-Finley Stadium each home game this season. If you would like to join him please contact him at: paul.roepnack@stantec.com or 919-636-1030.

If you have any questions, please let him know.

Check out his ministry at: www.roepnack.blogspot.com

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Home Game Schedule

Saturday
8/31
Saturday
9/7
Saturday
9/21
Thursday
10/10
Saturday
11/9
Saturday
11/16
Saturday 11/30
12:00pm ET
East Carolina
12:30pm ET
Western Carolina
TBA
Ball State
8:00pm ET
Syracuse
TBA
Clemson
TBA
Louisville
TBA
North Carolina

Game Summaries


More About Paul:

Paul Roepnack – Cary, NC

In 2011, the Holy Spirit was gracious to open my eyes to the gospel of Jesus Christ and the depravity of my own sin, after nearly 35 years living in cultural Christianity.  Not only was I saved at that time, but my wife as well. Together, we looked back at our lives up until that point and saw that despite being raised in religious homes and attending excellent Christian schools, neither of us had ever submitted to the Lordship of Jesus Christ in our lives and had been lying to ourselves for many years. 

 I loved and enjoyed my sin, had been chasing the trappings of the world, was ruled by my own will and living for myself, made excuses for following God’s directives for my lives as “believer”, and yet attended church and professed to believe.  We partied on Saturday and went to church on Sunday. I dishonored parents, lied, stole, hated, loved drunkeness, and idolized at every opportunity. I had no ability or desire to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and believed that was something that only certain people were commanded or “gifted” to do, brushing aside the Great Commission in exchange for fleeting passions about politics or worldly concerns.  I had no ability to teach my children or my wife, to lead them in life’s many decisions and questions by the wisdom of the Word. I was blind. There were certain sins of my past I continued to make excuses for or counted as “not so bad”, and I compared myself to others instead of God’s Law. Once the Light was shining, I understood that I was an offender and an enemy of God and deserved His eternal Wrath – as all of mankind who are not under His righteousness do.

Once regenerated, our lives changed so rapidly that it alarmed many people around us.  We were baptized and this was confusing for many, as we had already been baptized at various points in our youth – but what a wonderful day it was to stand before our church body and truly profess Christ with the assurance of the Spirit.  The Holy Spirit had revealed my own sin and it grieved me so deeply, praise God. Through conviction and submission, I began ridding our family of the distractions of this world and our own idolatry, and began leading our family in the Word.  Everything changed. The power of the Gospel and the Holy Spirit is so great, it cannot come into a man’s life and lie dormant. I am so grateful to have been saved from Cultural Christianity, from religious falsities and rituals, and from my own sin under the righteousness of Jesus Christ imputed upon me.  

I developed a thirst for God’s Word, and enjoy listening to sermons and studying His Word every day.  My wife and I were introduced to Ray Comfort’s teachings in 2013, and I knew that I was being led to proclaim God’s Word to our lost world.  By the providence of God, we ran right into Tommy Waltz on the streets of Raleigh while he was preaching near the courthouse. We became involved in his ministry, and under his training I began proclaiming the Word at events with Gospel of God Ministries.  I enjoy heralding at NC State and at other events with our team members, who are all such humble men of God that I can look up to.  

In addition to our 3 biological children, God has been so good to choose us for the privilege of adopting 4 children from Ethiopia and China with special needs.  I expected to be “picking up my cross” in following this leading, but I was wrong. These children have been a reflection of the Gospel, a reminder of His love for us, and to know that God has chosen to hand-place His arrows at my table is a great responsibility that I cannot successfully do without God leading my life in every aspect.  I am so grateful that I am able to lead my family, my 7 children and my wife, by the Word of God through the power of the Holy Spirit and the mercy of God, and that I have the opportunity to disciple the next generation of my family to our King, Lord willing.  

I am so grateful to be serving at Superbowl Outreach this coming year and for the opportunity to lift up the name of Jesus in the midst of an a celebration filled with idolatry and drunkeness, pride, and darkness.  May His light shine.

Our family writes about our testimony on our website, www.roepnack.blogspot.com