This 2-minute video shows you exactly what it is like to be a street preacher, and how the average person on the street will react. This video was shot on the corner of St. George and Hypolita streets in downtown St. Augustine, Florida.
Street preaching is the time-honored way instituted by God for reaching a lost world with the gospel, and reminding the saints that there is work yet to do. God called me to the streets on March 24, 2012, and by His grace I am still doing it (and loving every minute of it, too). Today was an exceptionally beautiful day with beautiful blue skies, mild temps and a soft breeze blowing across the streets from the ocean nearby.
"But none of these things move me, neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, and the ministry, which I have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God." Acts 20:24 (KJV)
I am able to hand out about 300 tracts per hour on the streets, and rarely see them on the ground when I am finished. I designed these tracts to be tough enough to take a little rain without crumbling, and to look inviting and colorful enough to pique the interest of the people I am handing them to to take one. One the back it asks a life-changing question, and in true open-book test style, provides the answer below.
So today while Jay, John and myself were ministering on the streets, the Holy Spirit tapped me with a great idea. Since people are asking me all the time what it's like to be a street preacher, why not take a short 2-minute video showing exactly what happens when we preach? You get to hear what we preach, how it is preached.