We have not moved to Homosassa yet, but this site is reflecting the move now. We have been commuting from Gainesville to Citrus and Hernando Counties quite a bit lately, and we will be closing on a house on or before July 31st. So in six weeks we will be totally there. In the meantime, our hearts and minds are there already.

Gainesville will always be a special place to us. We raised our kids here and we made a lot of friends here. We will still be coming here for visits with our daughter and her husband, our VA appointments, and other occasions. But it’s only an hour and 45 minutes, so it’s doable! Stay tuned, as this is my site for non-ministry news. At least, that is the plan.

Do children need to be saved?

Cindi and I are now working for Child Evangelism Fellowship, and, yes, we do evangelize children. We put on Good News Clubs in schools and soon we will be local directors in Citrus County. As evangelists, our job is to do what the Bible says evangelists are to do: “to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.” Ephesians 4:11.

The goal of Child Evangelism Fellowship is to make sure every child hears a clear presentation of the Gospel. That can be hard to come by. This is partly because many Christians are confused about what the Gospel is, and what an evangelist is supposed to do. The Gospel is not an accusation against sinners and an evangelist is not that guy who castigates the crowd for their sins. The Gospel is the good news that God has paid for our sins with the blood of His own sinless Son so that all who believe in Him would be saved. And an evangelist is the person who¬† goes about announcing and explaining it to people who don’t understand it.

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