Peter Doherty and Kieth Heintz will be heralding the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ at the University of Minnesota home football games this 2018 season.

 

Next outreach is: Saturday, November 17th outreach begins around 3 hours before kickoff with kickoff at 11:00 am as the Minnesota Golden Gophers take on the Northwestern Wildcats.

 

Peter and Kieth will be outside of TCF Bank Stadium each home game this season. If you would like to join them please contact them

Peter: pdoherty200@gmail.com or 651-356-5287

Kieth: kdheintz@yahoo.com or 651-387-8110

If you have any questions, please let them know.

 

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Game Summaries

10/6 – Iowa

 

Peter and I were joined by Doc Shank on Saturday for the Iowa Gopher game.  There were a couple of other brothers David who is holding the sign and his wife (I didn’t get their last name).  Pete is on the box and Doc is handing out tracks in the picture.   It was a tougher outing than we were used to.  Police came and told us we could not use amplification in the front of the stadium even though we had done so the past 8-10 games going back to last year.  We moved to the back of the stadium where the attached picture was taken.   We had some encouragement from fans, but also some who told us to just go home.  God is good and we did get some tracks handed out.   We pray that seeds were planted.  One fan followed us for most of the day so we were able to disciple him some.   It was cold, but not as cold as the SuperBowl😊


9/15 – vs. Miami (OH)

 

9/8 – vs. New Mexico State Aggies

  

It was just Keith and I this past weekend and we preached the gospel to thousands of fans as they made their way to the game. We set up at the main entrance which has stop lights that hold people back which allows for more of our preaching to be heard before they pass by. This is a great location and we’ve had great success sharing the gospel in the past with thousands of the unchurched and those who may be deceived about the pathway to salvation.

There were no particular one on one witnessing encounters but we observed several people stopping at a distance to listen for a few minutes before continuing on their way. We also had several people stop and thank us for our efforts and gave us words of encouragement. And as always there was plenty of persecution, but we can only hope and pray that even those who do such things may someday come to accept Jesus Christ as their savior. We handed out lots of tracts and our prayer is they have read those tracts and have decided to take a deeper dive into their relationship with Christ.