Kirk Cameron 23 Years Later Featured
In 1987 a popular young actor walked into First Evangelical Free Church in Fullerton and listened to Pastor Chuck Swindoll share the gospel of salvation. Kirk Cameron recalled, "I sat in the back with my arms folded...I didn't even believe in God." But he came away feeling guilty for his sins, and yet with hope because of the cross. About a month later, the 17 year-old Growing Pains star surrendered his...
According to professor Stephen Hawking, God didn't create the universe. Instead, nothing created everything. However, according to the author of the book, Nothing Created Everything -- the scientific impossibility of atheistic evolution, Stephen Hawking has violated the basic laws of science. Ray Comfort created an international storm of angry protest from the atheist community in 2009, when he gave away 170,000 copies of Charles Darwin's On Origin of Species to 170,000 students at 100 of the top universities in the United States, as well as universities in England, Australia and New Zealand. The book contained a 50-page Foreword, in which Comfort gave the case for creationism...
BELLFLOWER, Calif., June 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- One thousand copies of The Charles Darwin Bible will be freely handed out to public school teachers at their annual National Education Association convention in San Diego, from July 1-3. The Kentucky based Answers in Genesis ministry (builders of the popular creation museum) has donated the Bibles to the NEA Creation Science Educators Caucus, to be given away to teachers.
According to a recent survey, more than a third of professors at the top fifty universities describe themselves as atheist or agnostic. Among biology professors, it's a whopping 61%. It's no surprise then that belief in atheism has doubled in the college age bracket in the last 20 years. (Read how we are attacking this issue head on...)
Designer Calvin Klein has placed what is being called a "racy" new advertisement on a huge five-story-high billboard on a Manhattan building in New York City. It shows half- naked teenagers lying on top of each other in sexually explicit positions. (Read what Ray has to say about this continuing action of Calvin Klein and other advertisers...)
“Atheist: someone who believes that nothing made everything.” That’s the message best-selling author Ray Comfort is pushing through a series of billboards across the country. He has done this to coincide with the Feb 12th, the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin. At the same time he has published a new book called, You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence But You Can’t Make Him Think (World Net Daily) to combat what he calls the fallacy of evolution, and expose what he believes is the hidden core belief of an atheist.
More than 20 million million dollar bills have been given away in recent years in the form of a unique gospel tract. That’s a total of 20 trillion dollars--twice the national debt. The unique gospel tract received national publicity when 8,000 were seized by the Secret Service in Texas in 2006, where there is a on-going court case. It has also been in the news when two different people were arrested for trying to cash the bills. Ray Comfort, the tract’s creator, said, "Since the day the Secret Service had a seizure, sales have exploded. The case is ridiculous. They are not counterfeit, because there's no such thing as a million dollar bill.
January 17, 2009, Fellowship in the Pass Church – A couple weeks ago, I attended the Transformed Conference in Beaumont, California, and it was a blast! The Living Waters conference is a life changing experience that gets you fired up for preaching the biblical gospel to the lost the way Jesus did.
Living Waters Publications has sold more than 20 million "Million Dollar Bills." The unique gospel tract received national publicity when 8,000 of them were seized by the Secret Service in Texas and charged as being counterfeit.
It has also been in the news a number times when different people have been arrested for trying to cash the bills.
TV co-host Ray Comfort (with Kirk Cameron), who originated the idea of the tract ten years ago, recently decided to combine A-list celebrities with the millions and “they have taken off like hot cakes on a cold day in Alaska.”
Due to current economic conditions, many Christian ministries are hurting financially, that’s why the producers of an awarding-winning TV program are packaging their third season in a way to help ministries generate funds.
Actor, Kirk Cameron and best-selling author Ray Comfort, who co-host “The Way of the Master,” believe that the first thing the Church must do is rediscover the reason for its existence--to reach the lost with the good news of the gospel. According to the late Bill Bright, “a bare 2 percent regularly share their faith in Christ.” Comfort and Cameron have produced the third season of their television program because they want to change that statistic. They believe that every Christian should be horrified at the thought of friends and loved ones going to Hell, that they should want to reach them, and they want to assist them to do that...
But they're not likely to find it, says author and television host Ray Comfort--because they're looking in all the wrong places.