"... and thy right hand shall hold me." Psalm 139:10, KJV
Thank you for your faith. Your time and attention is important and I appreciate you being here.
I preach and minister from a perspective of living on the road as a trucker for most of my life, forty years and over three million miles. The road is a hard lifestyle and thus builds a hard preaching style. Being direct and having a mindset that says, I may never see you again, puts grit into my ministry. People either like it or they don't. Turn onto JESUS! Because, this may be your last chance. We just don't know what's around the next bend in the road... or in our life, is that right? Simply call out to Jesus like the Holy Bible says in Acts 2:21 (KJV).
Briefly, my recent story is that on Saturday April 22, 2017 in Redding, California, I retired from 40 years of trucking, 1977 to 2017; ages 23 to 63. Then, on Wednesday May 3, 2017 I arrived in Boulder, Colorado at 9:00 am. The city I'm called to build God a church in, named Gospel Evangelist Church.
The church scripture foundation is Mark 16:15-20 (KJV). The plan is to create, design and build using cell groups, generally patterned after Exodus 18:13-26 (KJV); including the New Testament style after Acts 2:46 (KJV). GEC is fully Holy Spirit lead from the start. He's the Boss.
Some trivia here, the name of this blog is JCActs2:21Blog because the JC is my initials. The Scripture Acts2:21 is the verse I got saved by. And this is my personal ministry Blog. God bless you and have a wonderful day!
When you come to Boulder, let's have coffee... I'll be somewhere on the streets touching people for heaven with my gospel tracts!
Touching People For Heaven
If you’re filled with the Holy Ghost, you’re called to prayer, and to the ministry of the word, and serious about creating cell groups to form a brand new missionary type of church; then it’s time to take the next step. We’re creating, designing and building the simplest, the most beautiful and responsive cell group process for you. Your next step is to be in touch with John.
“…and how shall they hear without a preacher?”
—Romans 10:14, KJV