I got good info from your blog…
Riding a bike is very popular with the pastors here in Hawaii. My pastor, W. Corderio rides, and so does my brother-in-law Kahu K Kekoa, & others. Even if they ride on the island, they still go out when they can.
Linda & Ohana
Hello Pastor Greg,
It is great to see gifts being handed out to those who can not afford to buy a Christmas gift. I know the feeling of not being able to buy someone a gift.
In Pittsburgh, PA, they have the Salvation Army, who not only gave gifts to my sons but also they provided winter coats, gloves, hats, and boots. I will never forget what they have done and I will give back to them anytime time I can. I have also reminded my sons, when we pass by those who are ringing the bells out side a store, to give to them because they have given to you when you were younger.
I lived in a very poor area as a child. My father ‘s church had what they called a Clothes Cupboard where neighborhood people could come to buy a big brown bag of clothes for only a dollar. But if they did not have a dollar, then the church would just give it to them at no cost. I have seen children with no socks on, shoes with the back broken out, a coat with no buttons, and no gloves entering the church after walking in knee-high snow with it being bitterly cold outside. When they left the church, they were supplied with a new coat that had buttons, new shoes with socks, gloves on their hands, and a hat on their head. And to go with all that, a warm meal to fill the stomach.
Missionaries are very important. May God continue to bless your aunt’s mission and may you continue to bless others through your messages of Christ Jesus and His wonderful love for us all. God bless you and your family.
Hi, Pastor Greg,
How wonderful God is to us! You and your family are in my heart and in my prayers for God’s comfort, peace, and closeness.
I’m so blessed to see you out on your Harley, sharing the gospel in L.A., and I pray for the people who’ve heard the message, that their hearts will also be filled with Christ at Christmas.
Blessings to you and yours,
Grandma Helen in Napa
This comment is off the subject, but I didn’t know if you’ve noticed this before. Probably, but . . . I noticed in the group photo of your mom’s family & the photo of you at the Crusade in the ’90s that you and your mom fold your hands the same way I was just noticing that from your book, and thought it was cool.
Sharing Jesus along the highways and byways. What great videos to start our day! Our prayers continue to include each one of your family members and now Aunt Willie and the mission too.
The Spradley family
I am so glad I stumbled upon ths Web site. I heard Pastor Greg on “Focus on the Family” a few months ago & planned to get my husband the book he spoke about for Christmas. I’ve slept since then & couldn’t remember the name of the book.
Not only was I able to locate the book title, Lost Boy, but I found out that Pastor Greg is a Harley rider. That will make the book even more special for my husband. He is a fairly “new” Christian & an avid Harley dude. Thanks for being who you are & doing all that you do for Jesus Christ. Merry Christmas from South Indiana!
Sounds like you guys had an awesome time! God bless you for being open to His Spirit and being open to wherever He takes you to share His Word.
May His Word continue to go forth.
Awesome. I like the video! Looks like it was a sweet ride with the brothers from church to L.A.
That was great! God Bless all of you who rode your Harleys to the Fred Jordan Mission. I can just imagine the look on the children’s faces as they received a toy! Thank you for sharing this with us. Have a Blessed Christmas!
Wow! That was awesome. What a great event! As I am watching this, my teenagers and I are preparing to go to the Apache reservation in Arizona to share Jesus this Christmas. This will be our first short mission trip and this video has me fired up for Christ! Thanks!
Wow! A full blown dresser. Way to go, Pastor Greg. And I think you are definitely right, you do need to get Aunt Willie on a Harley.
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