Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Copan, Honduras Crusade Report

Watch the miracles! Witness the salvations! Celebrate God's goodness! In this video, you will see everything God did in Copan, Honduras during the 1nation1day outreach.

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Copan Music Video

The song in this video was written by my translator, Joshua. God gave him this song specifically for the 1nation1day outreach.

Copan and the Encounter with Destiny (Movie Trailer)

I put together this video for fun. Let me know what you think. Do I look like Rocky running up the steps?

Preaching the Gospel in Copan, Honduras

Lots of people have asked me to post an entire crusade message. On this recording, I preach the Gospel in Copan, Honduras. This is my sermon about the Greatest Miracles in the Bible.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Evangelist Floods Nation with Salvation Books

On July 20, 2013 Evangelist Daniel King will give away over half-a-million salvation books in the nation of Honduras. Trained counselors at eighteen massive Gospel Festivals throughout Honduras will distribute the books to new believers. This massive distribution of literature is part of “One Nation, One Day,” a nationwide outreach to this Central American country.

The book entitled “Welcome to the New Honduras” covers the topics of salvation, healing, the Holy Spirit, faith, and how to walk with God. In the back is a decision card that will be filled out by each recipient and given to the local churches so they can follow up with the new believers.

Daniel King has visited sixty-three nations around the world and seen over one million people receive salvation in his services, but this is the biggest outreach he has ever participated in. He says, “We are asking God for the entire nation of Honduras to hear the good news of Jesus Christ in just one day. Many different ministries are joining hands together to make this unprecedented evangelistic outreach possible. God is calling us to work together to change an entire country. It is amazing what can be accomplished for the kingdom of God if we do not care who gets the credit. No logos. No egos. Just Jesus.”

Eighteen evangelists are joining together to conduct Gospel crusades in the capital of every state in Honduras. Almost two thousand short-term missionaries are invading the nation for a week of ministry making this one of the biggest mission trips in history.

The president of Honduras has personally invited the teams to come. The legislature of Honduras passed a law declaring the day of the outreach to be a national holiday. The missionaries have been invited to visit every public school in the nation to present the Gospel. Two hundred doctors and nurses will be offering free medical exams. Eighteen containers of food have been shipped to Honduras. Almost five million meals will be given away to poverty stricken people.

Honduras was chosen for this outreach because of the great need in the country. According to the Associated Press, the largest city in Honduras is the murder capital of the world. 1,218 people, an average of over three people every day, were killed in 2012 in San Pedro Sula. This violence is caused by drugs, criminals, and gangs. It is hoped that this massive proclamation of the Gospel will cause a decrease in crime and change the future of Honduras.

The goal of reaching an entire nation for Jesus was birthed twelve years ago when Daniel King and his friend Dominic Russo were both students at Oral Roberts University. Sitting together in a dorm room, they started dreaming about what it would take to present the Gospel to every person in a nation in one day. Now, under the leadership of Dominic Russo, this dream has become a reality. Other ministers involved include John Bevere, Tommy Barnett, Myles Monroe, Kari Jobe, Tommy Tenney, Sharon Daugherty, Mark Chironna, Jack Myers, and Rick Ciaramitaro.

Isaiah 66:8 asks, “Can a nation be saved in a day?” The leaders of “One Nation, One Day” believe that for the first time in history, this prophetic question asked over four thousand years ago will be answered with a resounding “Yes.” They are asking God for the entire nation of Honduras to be changed in one day. 

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Happy 4th of July

Today we are celebrating Independence Day. On July 4, 1776, the Congress of the thirteen United States of America signed the Declaration of Independence. In it they proclaimed, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."

Daniel KingRecently, I visited Philadelphia and walked around Independence Hall where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and George Washington debated there. In this building, fifty-six brave men mutually pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor to uphold the ideals of liberty. They risked their lives to bring our country freedom from tyranny.

Right across the street from Independence Hall is a small building where the Liberty Bell is displayed for tourists. When the bell was forged, it was tradition to inscribe a verse from the Bible on every bell. What verse do you suppose the foundry chose to engrave around the edge of this bell when they cast it? It was as if the foundry knew that this bell would ring for freedom because they wrote, "Proclaim Liberty throughout all the land to all the inhabitants thereof."

This quote is straight from Leviticus 25:10. This verse was supposed to be yelled at the time of the Year of Jubilee! Once every fifty years, every slave was set free and all people had their debts canceled.

Another famous day of Liberty in American history occurred when Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863. With a single stroke of his pen, he freed thousands of slaves. Those who were held captive were suddenly set free. The chains fell and black Americans were able to take their rightful place in society as free men.

Yet all of these significant events pale in comparison with a day two thousand years ago. when Jesus made it possible for every human being on earth to be free!

Jesus came to give you Independence!

Why did Jesus come?

  1. You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you FREE (John 8:32).
  2. He whom the Son sets FREE is FREE indeed (John 8:36).
  3. Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is FREEDOM. (2 Cor. 2:17).
  4. It is for FREEDOM that Christ has set us FREE (Gal. 5:1).
  5. You, my brothers, were called to be FREE (Gal. 5:13).
  6. Jesus told the crippled woman, "You are set FREE from your sickness" (Luke 13:12).

Jesus' purpose for coming to earth was to bring Liberty and Independence!

At the beginning of His ministry, Jesus said, "The Spirit of the Lord is upon preach deliverance to the set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord" (Luke 4:18-19).

When Adam sinned, he caused the entire human race to be put in bondage. Sin became the chains which kept mankind from fellowship with God.

The Good News is a worldwide emancipation proclamation of liberty from bondage to the old terrorist master of sin and sickness - the devil.

Thomas Jefferson, the third American president said, "The tree of liberty must be watered with the blood of patriots..." When Jesus died on the cross, our spiritual tree of liberty was watered once and for all with the blood of Christ!

Our goal as a ministry is to proclaim FREEDOM for the set people FREE from sin, sickness, and proclaim INDEPENDENCE from the devil's bonds...and to help people live in the LIBERTY!