Sunday, July 5, 2009

The 4th of July

To be honest with you, before Saturday, my family hadn't gone out and evangelized in a pretty long time. So we thought, what better day to preach the gospel than on the 4th of July! There was a huge parade planned for Independence Day at the Prescott Courthouse. They were expecting about 2,000 people to show up for it. So we decided to go! Some people from Prescott and from Phoenix came with us. All in all we had about 20 people. We handed out hundreds of tracts, and then some of the people in our group open-aired on the steps of the courthouse. It was an exhausting, but awesome day.

This is a pic of our group. However, some of the people that came with us are not in this picture, because we hadn't met up with them yet.

This is a pic of my Dad and brother passing out tracts.

This is my Dad open airing. He started off by giving away money for trivia questions about the United States Declaration of Independence and Constitution.

This is a pic of a lady named Linda Essary preaching.

This is Sean preaching.

This is Sheri. She looks like she was singing but she was really preaching and pleading with the lost.

This is Edwin Lo open-airing.

God bless you! As Todd Friel would say, "Until next time, Go Serve Your King!"



  1. God Bless your commitment to our Lord Jesus Christ!

    I write a Christian Blog: Tom's Journal. I hope that you will visit it sometime.

    Warm Regards,
    Tom S
    Jesus is Lord.

  2. I happened to google my name and your website popped up. My name is also Kiah, I live in Montgomery Tx (just north of Houston). I'm allmost 13 years old and I love music and reading!
    My aunt lives in Flagstaff Arizona. She and my uncle just started a church and do street ministries as well.
    When I read the 1st paraghaph of your blog, I felt like I clicked with you. Please feel free to e-mail me at
    Keep up the good work! May God bless you pressed down, shaken together, and running over!

  3. Hi! I found your blog when I googled my name, and was surprised how much we have in common! My Aunt and Uncle pastor a church in Flagstaff, AZ and are big into street outreach too! And I am about to turn thirteen. And did I mention my name is Kiah? We should chat, (this is my mom's blog account I am using, but you can get back to me through it--I think).


I love hearing your comments! As you leave them, please keep in mind Ephesians 4:29: "Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear." Thank you!