Lost Boy on Focus on the Family!

Today and tomorrow, my personal story will be told on the Focus on the Family radio program with Dr. James Dobson. I am so thankful to Dr. Dobson (who always tells me to call him Jim) for airing this. Focus is on countless stations all around the world, and I trust that God will use my story to inspire others. Lost Boy movie/message event a huge success in Florida As you know,I showed the Lost Boy film at two churches . . . read more ›

Sunday webcast from Florida

Today I’ll be speaking at Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale. Click here to watch the live webcast. Service times are 8:00 AM, 10:15 AM, and 12:30 PM Eastern Time (5:00 AM, 7:15 AM, and 9:30 AM Pacific Time).

Lost Boy on TV!

I am still here in Florida, where it has been beautiful! I did an interview with the local newspaper here yesterday and enjoyed the weather a bit. Tonight and Sunday, I will be speaking at Calvary Chapel here in Fort Lauderdale, which is pastored by Bob Coy. Bob will be one of our featured speakers at the upcoming Preach The Word Conference. BTW, if you have not signed up for that, you really ought to ASAP. It will be an . . . read more ›

Hello from sunny (and sometimes rainy) Florida!

We had a fantastic time at our showing of Lost Boy: The Documentary on Wednesday night at Calvary Chapel of Kendall. Some 1,300 people packed out two showings, followed by a short message I gave. We also saw many people come to Christ. Pedro Garcia, the pastor of Calvary Chapel of Kendall, has blogged about it. To read that, click here. Also, the Riverside Press-Enterprise (the local paper where Harvest is located) just did a very positive article about my life story. Click . . . read more ›

Stella Laurie makes an appearance!

Last Sunday night at Harvest, Pastor Steve Wilburn and I chatted about the Lost Boy film. My granddaughter, Stella Laurie, also made an appearance. I held her while we were talking and she dropped her pacifier and I put it back in her mouth without cleaning it first! Bad Grandpa! I was distracted, so sorry about that. We showed the video of Stella tearing up the half-pipe on a skateboard and when it was done, she said to me, “More!” . . . read more ›