Join Jamie Clark and his team in heralding the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ at the University of South Carolina home football games this 2019 season.

Next outreach is: Saturday, November 2nd outreach begins around 3 hours before kickoff with kickoff  TBA as the SC Gamecocks take on the Vanderbilt Commodores.

Jamie will be outside of Williams-Brice Stadium each home game this season. If you would like to join him please contact him at: jc5138@yahoo.com or 803-360-8769.

Parking can be found all along Bluff Rd. at different prices.

If you have any questions, please let him know.

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Home Game Schedule

Saturday
9/7
Saturday
9/14
Saturday
9/28
Saturday
10/19
Saturday
11/2
Saturday
11/9
Saturday
11/30
12:00pm ET
Charleston Southern
3:30pm ET
Alabama
7:30pm ET
Kentucky
7:30pm ET
Florida
TBA
Vanderbilt
TBA
Appalachian State
TBA
Clemson

Game Summaries

9/28 – vs. Kentucky

A very hot day in Columbia, SC though the masses were out in force for this game. Crowds of people heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ through open-air proclamation, several hundred tracts going out, and many one-on-one conversations. The young man in the Gamecock Jersey was quite animated, railing against God’s destruction of certain people groups in the OT. After some questions, it was discovered that he had no basis for making a moral claim since he believed that morality was, basically, subjective. That opened the door to talk about the objective moral standard of the only one who is good – God, Himself, as well as the fact that God is just, and that all of us deserve His justice. Christ, on the other hand, took the wrath of God that all of us deserve upon Himself. Please pray for this young man. The young lady seen speaking with Ken is “M”. She is a student at USC, as well as a believer. She was overwhelmed and so encouraged by what she saw and heard with the open-air preaching and tract distribution, that she was compelled to come over and talk to us. She brought us a tremendous amount of encouragement, also. She took several “What Time is Purple “ booklets to give some of her friends. Please pray diligently that the Lord will continue to overwhelm her with a burden for the lost. If the Lord raises up young believers like this, possibly from USC, to come together for specific ministries like this, who knows, besides the Lord, what might happen. The Lord is moving here. After laboring for the last two years by myself, the Lord has raised up others with the same burden. There are other brethren who are interested in joining, also. If the Lord would raise up enough for several teams, Columbia would be blanketed with the Gospel of Jesus Christ regularly. Pleas pray for such. Continue, also , to give thanks to the Lord for the favor we have received from the authorities. That has not been an issue that we have needed to be concerned about. Praise God for an abundantly encouraging outreach on this date.
God bless,
Jamie Clark 


9/14 – vs. Alabama

Tens of thousands of people were present for this game at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, SC. By God’s grace, the Gospel Of Jesus Christ went out through open-air preaching, Gospel tract distribution, and several one-on-one conversations. Brother Tim Hanley came out to labor today, and was a tremendous encouragement. Please pray for all who heard of Christ during today’s outreach, as well as thanking the Lord for raising up co-laborers in this ministry. Their encouraging presence  and faithful labors are a blessing, indeed!

God bless!


9/7 – vs. Charleston Southern

A hot day in Columbia, SC, there were moderate crowds throughout the outreach. Brother Ken White and I set up 3 hours before kickoff, and the Gospel of Christ went out for three hours up until kickoff through open air preaching, the distribution of many tracts, and a few one on one conversations. Please pray for all who heard the Gospel, as well that the Lord would give believers who were present a burden for those who are lost and perishing. Give thanks to the Lord for the favor given us by law enforcement.


More About Jamie:

Jamie Clark – Lexington, SC

I was a false convert for most of my life, demonstrating no fruit nor love for the things of God. In 2003, a brother shared the Gospel with me, and, by God’s grace, I was brought to repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Since that time, He has put on my heart a profound burden to reach out to a lost and dying world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, knowing that He is man’s only hope.  With the blessing of our pastor at Lexington Baptist Church, I proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the open air, as well as distribute tracts and engage in individual conversations, on a weekly basis in downtown Columbia, SC , where the Lord has been gracious to allow me to serve as a leader for Gospel of God Ministries. I’m humbled for the opportunity to preach Christ through the ministry of Sports Fan Outreach, and the SFOI 1000 to SEC fans, knowing how big college football is here in the Southeast. The Lord has blessed me with a wonderful wife, Kathy, and two children.