Down and Dirty for Jesus
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Down and Dirty for Jesus

Do you practically know what it means to wash another person's feet? First of all, it's dirty. Second, they might argue with you while you do it. Pastor Ray and Alexandra share real life, modern examples of washing each other's feet. This kind of love in action builds love between Christians and is an outreach...

Offertory Victory, September 2018
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Offertory Victory, September 2018

Praise Jesus! We began today with a goal of $780 to cover the Pilgrim's Progress radio bill. Thank you to all who've given. The radio bill is now covered!

#2 September Offertory, 2018
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#2 September Offertory, 2018

Thanks to a donation after yesterday's broadcast ended, we began today with a goal of $900 to cover the Pilgrim's Progress radio bill. By the end of the broadcast, we had a goal of $780. Because we will not go in debt, we cannot continue teaching until we reach this goal. Will you help support...

September Offertory, 2018
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September Offertory, 2018

For the first time in the history of Pilgrim's Progress, we had a $0 offertory day. As you enjoy the hymns and prayers in this message, will you pray about giving? We still need $1,400 to cover the cost of this month's Pilgrim's Progress radio bill. 100% of what you give (minus PayPal fees) will...

24 Hour Love
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24 Hour Love

For many in the church today, attempts to win people to Jesus lack deliverance. New Christians remain enslaved to sin, alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, or pornography. Eventually, they leave the Christian faith. We wonder, “What happened?” Jackie Pullinger's experience with heroin and opium addicts show that there is a better way. Christians do not have to...

Experience New Testament Revival
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Experience New Testament Revival

For each gangster converted, missionary Jackie Pullinger asked to see that person's gang leader. She would go to any location, at any hour of the night, to meet these men. This riveting story begins with one young man converted at a coffee shop after midnight. One thing leads to another, and soon there is a...

Born and Raised in the Gospel
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Born and Raised in the Gospel

“All the books I had ever read about criminals becoming Christians stopped short at their conversion,” writes Jackie Pullinger, “giving a strong impression that they lived happily ever after.” However, she soon discovered this was not the case. Though her new converts were “new creations” in Christ, they were still children. They needed not only...

Are You Dangerous to Satan?
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Are You Dangerous to Satan?

The Youth Club in Hong Kong grew as converted addicts brought their friends to Jesus. These new converts also received the gifts of the Spirit, including visions. One vision prompted singing, dancing, and preaching outside the drug dens. As a result, many believed in Jesus. The young converts' power made them dangerous to Satan! Finally,...

Set Free from Heroin
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Set Free from Heroin

At first, missionary Jackie Pullinger thought that addicts needed expert care to come off drugs. Then, a 15-year-old addict escaped from the best care and vanished. After a day of weeping and prayer, she began to believe that Jesus could totally heal addicts and set them free from heroin or opium with no withdrawal. This...

From Selfishness to Others
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From Selfishness to Others

In this message from the “GO 2013” missionary conference, Jackie Pullinger speaks of the urgent necessity for Christians who will love those in need for “the long haul.” Too often, missionary trips are reduced to 6 months or even 2 weeks. We say, “Praise God, 58 people came to the Lord!” Or, “Praise God, this...