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A Pilgrim's Progress

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This past weekend we were in Indianapolis, preaching at the Indy 500 parade and race. We had the biggest group ever at this event, and it was a great time of ministry. Pastor Teesdale brought a group down from Chicago, and other people came in from Ohio, New York, and Michigan. Here are some pictures from the weekend.

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We have been in Chicago for the past 10 days or so, working with Independent Baptist Church. We started off with street preaching downtown last Saturday, and then went into a revival meeting Sunday through Wednesday. While on the street we had a young man make a profession. After Pastor Teesdale talked with him for over an hour, the young man knelt on the sidewalk and prayed. We gave him a Bible, and he asked for information about churches. He had been attending somewhere, but wanted to know what type of church he should start going to now.

The revival meetings also went very well. Many people were at the altar after every service, making commitments and getting things right with the Lord. A 14 year old boy who comes to church on the bus was under heavy conviction during the service last night. When the invitation was given, he went forward to talk to Pastor T, and ended up making a profession.

This week it is on to the Indy 500 parade and race. We have about 30-40 preachers and families coming in to preach at this event. Please pray for safety for everyone traveling, and for liberty with the police.
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Here's a video from street preaching at the Kentucky Derby. This doesn't begin to show how wicked it was out there. Anyone who says America is a Christian nation needs to go street preaching once and find out how wrong they are!
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This past weekend we hosted a street preaching blitz for the Kentucky Derby. We had about 32 people come, plus our family. Not bad for an event that only a few preachers show up at usually! The weekend started off with a church service Thursday evening. All day Friday and Saturday we were out on the streets. People walk in and out of the racetrack area from 9:00 in the morning, until the last race ends at about 6:30. Friday was a pretty mild day (not as big a crowd, since it wasn't the "big" race). One man that Bro. Kenny Chapel dealt with ended up kneeling down on the sidewalk (in front of hundreds of people walking by), and making a profession of faith in Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. If that man was the only person who was affected by our ministry that weekend, it would all be worth it! But, although that was the only profession made, we talked to many other people, and have already received emails from some we spoke to out there. Saturday was a little more aggressive, even as the people were headed into the race. At 6:30 when they came out, many of them were drunk, and almost all of them were upset. We ended up having a mini riot at one point, and a woman (who had to have been demon-possessed) punched me (in the face), broke another sister's camcorder, and attacked one of the preachers. What a day we are living in when a woman gets upset at God's Word being preached, and attacks those who are standing for the truth! We praise the Lord no one was seriously hurt, because it could have been much worse. Overall it was a great time of ministry, and everyone really enjoyed it. I am putting up a slide show of pictures from the blitz, and I will try to have a video up by this weekend.