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  • Holidays allow for ministry oppertunities

    I spoke at an evangelism conference.  I talked about how I do campus ministry.  I showed people how to use all the tools that I use while on the college campus.  I also talked about discipleship and the tools that I use to teach the students on the college campuses.

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    Several of the people that attended the conference went out and share the gospel for the very first time.  It was a good time of fellowship and learning.

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    I had students go out and share the gospel this month while I was not there.  

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    I went to the veterans day parade with 2 other CCN Volunteers. We were able to handout tracts and talk to so many people.  We had people thank us for being there and were grateful to hear the gospel. Below you can see a picture of Dennis sharing the gospel with a young lady that served in the same area that he did while in the Marines.  They had a long conversation and she shook his hand in the end.

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    We handed out tracts and talked to people at the holiday parade.  We got gospel tracts into the hands of Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses which is a miracle, Planned Parenthood escorts(which is another miracle) and Black Hebrew Israelite.  We witnessed to so many people it was such a blessing.

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    November has been such a blessed month of ministry.  I have had so many good conversations with students.  The students are always surprised when they get answers to questions that they thought would stump you.  

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    I also went to Light Up Night in Downtown Pittsburgh to hand out tracts, witness and help some high school students share the gospel for the very first time.  It was a wonderful night.  I will be going every year from this point on.  I had so many amazing conversations.  I talked to a Hindu gentlemen, a Muslim, encouraged several Christians to learn to share the faith.  I shared the gospel so so many people. It was a very encouraging evening.

    Thank you so much for your support.  I could not do any of this without your generous support.



  • Campus Mission Tour was a Success

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    CCN had its yearly Campus Mission Tour this month.  We had 5 churches support the tour this year in Pottstown Pa. We went to Temple, Montgomery Community college and Penn State Burk.  The picture above is with a student from Taiwan it took a long time to explain Who God is and why he would be just.  He did not understand why God did not pay everyone’s fine.  It was a cool conversation.  I really had to think about how to explain things.


    On Saturday we went to Kensington in North Philly.  I was told it has the worst Opioid issue in the country.  Well there were needles everywhere on the ground.   Most people walked around like zombies.  I was able to share the gospel with a lot of people that day.  Almost everyone took tracts.  The one women threw out her drugs after hearing the gospel from Cliff.   It was an eye opening day. 

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    I talked to this young man named Zander for about 30 minutes and he even came back later to talk again.  Pray for Zander!  He thanked us for sharing the gospel with him and answering his questions.  He had bad things happen to him and was grateful for my explanation about why bad things happen.

    At IUP this past week I was able to share the gospel with a Muslim man.  He listened for a while but would not accept that Jesus is God.  He would also not accept that God is just.  I tried to show him that Jesus claimed to be God and he would not accept it.  I showed him that the Koran has errors in it and he refused to comment on it.  Pray for Amed that God would change his heart and mind.

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    Pray for this young man he heard the gospel.  When I asked him what was stopping him from repenting and trusting the gospel he said it was a big commitment and needed more information.  Pray for him.