CCN Saturday was EXTRAORDINARY!

  • Witnessing To All People

    Campus Leader, Jenifer, traveled to California for Living Waters'

    Ambassador's Academy! Here you can see her sharing the gospel 

    with Chewbacca! Your support helps CCN missionaries travel to 

    conferences where they will be strengthened in their evangelistic efforts!

    Cliff and Andre taught a CCN Crash Course at Victory Christian Life

     Center.  They taught the group how to share the gospel and basic

    apologetics.  Followed by outreach at the park.  If you are interested in 

    having your church trained up please let us know. 


    No one is too old or too young to hear the gospel! CCN missionaries

    make sure to reach every person they come across with the Good News

    of Jesus Christ. Thank you for your continued support to make this possible!


    The most wonderful news that anyone could hear is that they can 

    be forgiven of their sin, and that there is a Savior named Jesus Christ

    who makes that possible! CCN missionaries are excited to use every 

    opportunity, every tract, every conversation during our outreaches to

    redeem the time. Thank you for helping us financially, and prayerfully.

    You are the wheels that are helping to keep the vehicle of our ministry

    moving! 

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CCN Saturday was EXTRAORDINARY!

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Tiffany got to witness to actor, Samuel L. Jackson, who stood very quietly as she went through scripture.


Afterwards, he allowed her to pray for him. When we left, he just stood there, staring into space, right in front of Madame Tussaud's Wax Musuem. He remained there all night, very pensive. Please pray for him.



We also met a beautiful woman of God, Irma, who serves the Lord alone on the streets of New York City, handing out tracts, and preaching the gospel. What an encouragement! We listened with joy to our sister's stories of God's glory, and prayed for her. She also prayed for us! Please keep this woman of God, Irma, in prayer. When we are her age, we want to be serving the Lord with her energy and zeal. She is yet another older person who I have met, who has an enormous amount of zeal, tenacity, and energy to serve the LORD because she actively goes out of her way to witness.



We also met a young man, Andre, who was on his way to Newark from Texas. He shared that he was from a Christian background, and we invited him on our journey, as we preached and witnessed. During the subway ride, Nick got to know him, and shared with him more about the Christian walk, plus how and why we witness. This was our "friendship evangelism" for the day! Later, he sent us an email through our webite, sharing that he was encouraged greatly and even shared about CCN with his friends back home. Please pray for our friend, Andre!



We all got home in the wee hours of the morning - somewhere around 2 and 3AM. But, we all arose with a fresh zeal, and were dressed and ready for church the next day! No excuses!


Don't miss our next CCN! A day of offering to the LORD, who is more than worthy! This is our reasonable service!

Fasting, Praying, Praising, Worshipping, Word, Evangelism, and Fellowship! Don't miss out!

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3 comments (Add your own)

1. Donna wrote:

Awesome awesome! Keep pressing on for Jesus! He deserves all glory!


Fri, November 9, 2007 @ 9:40 PM

2. Anonymous wrote:

Tiff- way funny! I once preached to the man made of legos! Go get them!!

Marv Plementosh


Fri, November 9, 2007 @ 11:22 PM

3. Mark Sohmer wrote:

The Samuel L. Jackson post (with photos) cracked me up!

I was thinking... "She got to witness to him? He let her pray for him!!! WOW!" Then I read about Madame Tussauds and just about ruptured myself laughing!!! :)


Mon, January 14, 2008 @ 12:20 PM

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