Special Presentation

On The Go today delivered a special gift to the Lois DeBerry Special Needs Facility. Last week Keith Cook spoke to Chaplain Hogg about some of the needs that they had at the facility. Chaplain Hogg shared that the men needed greetings and special holiday cards. Laurie McTier, On The Go Director of GoCare, was able to immediately fulfill that request today. She delivered 780 Cards and 100 stamps for the men to use to send cards to their families! This gifting was made possible by CrossRoads Christian Bookstore in Springfield, and Dayspring Greeting Cards.

Pray For Follow-Up

Pray for the ongoing efforts of local pastors and churches to visit, counsel, disciple, and encourage those who made a decision for Christ in our Nevada Festivals, Nashville Prison Revival, and numerous local church Evangelistic Services during the month of June.

Ministry Spotlight – Rick Willison

So excited to have Rick Willison with me this past week. He flew into Nashville from his home base in Idaho. We both had just ministered together at three On The GoFestivals in Nevada just a week ago and we both were excited to be back out sharing with the lost in the Nashville area. 

Rick is very anointed minister of the Gospel. He is so good at what he does.  Rick is a full time evangelist who uses feats of strength to show Gods amazing power.  As an action sports guru who basically breaks bricks, boards, ice,  bends steel  and brakes bats and many other strength focused object lessons. When he and I get to work together we go out he breaks things and I put them back together by telling people the good news based on what he just did. Rick and I meet over 15 years ago when he came and did a demonstration at one of our USA On The Go Festivals. Since that time he has been a regular festival team member and we have shared the Good News around the world. One thing that you would never know about Rick by watching his demonstrations is that he is legally blind. He is truly one of my favorite people in the whole world and I am glad to call him friend! 

He and I were able to speak and encourage some men that society, as a whole, has given up on.  We held a revival and mini-festival at one of Tennessee’s state prisons. We spoke to about 150 prisoners.  We also shared at my local church on Sunday morning.  I am excited to report that many men gave their lives to Jesus at the prison and many lives were transformed on Sunday at church.