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KILGORE JR. COLLEGE
Kilgore Jr. College is a relatively small campus that does not get an over abundance of preaching. Whenever we show up on campus to preach the gospel, we usually cause no small stir. I began preaching and started by rebuking the problem of gangster rap music and the sins that it promotes. It wasn’t long before I had gathered a crowd.
At first the crowd was tame and sat on the wall in front of where I preached. As the crowd grew in size and as I continued to confront sin and call sinners to repentance, the crowd became more emotionally upset and verbally hostile. This is a typical response to open air preaching, as we see in the examples in the Scriptures.
The turning point with the crowd was when a big man came up behind me, wrapped his arms around me, and started humping the back of my sandwich board. I had to break his arms off me and shove him away. The strap on my sandwich board broke in the struggle. After that, others became physically abusive. Since the strap on my sandwich board broke, I put the size on the ground in front of me leaning on my legs. One angry lesbian kept knocking it down. The Police came to watch the situation.
At one point, the angry lesbian charged at me as if she was going to hit me but stopped right in front of me. At that point the campus Police intervened and said that I needed to leave or be arrested. The Police even took out pepper spray to disperse the crowd! I stood my ground and told the Chief that we had done nothing wrong. The law states that if a crowd reacts in hostility toward free speech, the Police are to control the crowd and not arrest the speaker. They do not have veto power over my constitutional rights. Hostility from listeners does not give the Police a basis to violate the rights of the speaker.
We kept preaching and was not arrested as we initially were threatened. I turned the preaching over to some other local brothers who had come out with me.
Even though the Police had dispersed the crowd with the threat of pepper spray, we were successful in gathering another crowd. When sin is being publicly denounced and Christ is being boldly preached, it seems from my experience that sinners cannot help but to gather. Many of them want to defend their sin and attack Christianity. Nevertheless, the people gather and hear the Word of God being preached.
You don’t need magic tricks to draw a crowd. You don’t need money trivia to draw a crowd. You don’t need any of these gimmicks to do it. All you need is the bold preaching of the truth. How you draw a crowd is how you will have to keep a crowd. If you draw a crowd with magic tricks and money trivia, that is how you will have to keep them. They will walk away once you start preaching really good. But if the crowd gathers because of confrontational preaching, they will stay for the confrontational preaching.
Rather than trying to draw a crowd with free money and optical illusions, which are unbiblical methods that are not found anywhere in the Scriptures, what if open air preachers draw crowds through preaching? That is a radical idea for some evangelism circles. Would it not be better for us to gather listeners based upon the quality of our content and the passion in which we deliver it, rather than by employing worldly methods? Open air preachers ought to be preachers, not street performers. And from my ten years of open air experience, I can testify that good bold preaching is all you need.
In comparison to how the open air meeting started, the rest of the preaching went pretty smoothly. There were no more big men trying to hump our sandwich boards, no more angry lesbians trying to knock down our signs and assault us, no more threats from the Police about being arrested and thrown in jail, etc. We overcame those earlier obstacles and were able to preach the gospel without interference the rest of the day.
The devil tries to discourage open air preachers through opposition and hostility. An open air preacher that will declare the uncompromising truth will be opposed by the crowds, the professing Christians, and even the Police. No doubt many open air preachers have fallen away due to the opposition and hostility and others have toned down their message because of it. But I have learned over the years that if you stand your ground and overcome the obstacles, the attacks eventually go away and the truth continues to go forth. If you resist the devil, he will flee from you.
Since 2005 I have had the honor of being a guest speaker at the annual Southeastern Open Air Preacher’s Association’s conference in Atlanta GA. I am always blessed and edified by the fellowship at this conference. Other open air preachers like Ruben Israel, Jim Gilles, Matt Burgault, Jed Smock, Micah Armstrong, and others attend these conferences. I very much enjoy getting to hear from them and to watch them preach. This year I spoke on, “Objections to Open Air Preaching” and “Jesus, Friend of Sinners by Casting Crowns.” Those messages were video taped and uploaded to YouTube. You can find them at the bottom of this newsletter.
GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Georgia State University was a campus that was closed in years past and did not allow campus preachers, but through the threat of a lawsuit from a Christian the campus has now opened up to the preaching of the gospel. When we arrived in the free speech area, we found that there was a band already on the stage blasting their very loud music. Since this would not be accomadating to our free speech, we took to the city sidewalks around the campus and preached from there until the free speech area was available.
It appeared that there was a group of senior high school kids in the area where we were preaching. I assume that they were on a field trip to tour the campus as they are getting ready to graduate high school. They listened to us preaching the gospel and some of them took video on their phones. After a little while they got on their school bus and left. I pray that they show the videos on their phones to all their friends!
Once the stage in the free speech area was available we went there and preached. We preached on this campus for a couple of days. In the years past the students have reacted with much hostility. At times it felt like a near riot. This year, however, was much tamer. I think that they were so hostile at first because the campus had not seen confrontational preaching before but now that we have been going there for a few years in a row, they are taming down. This is good because it allowed for better conversations and discussions about the important issues of eternity and their souls.
There were two students who stopped and was listening to me preaching. They said, “You are Jesse Morrell aren’t you?” I said, “Yes.” They said, “We listen to you on YouTube!” I thought that was encouraging. Then they said, “We agree with most of what you are saying, but we are Calvinists.” I tried to avoid debating Calvinism with them there in the open air. I said, “Well, I didn’t come out here to debate theology. I want to preach the gospel to the lost.” Nevertheless, they kept asking theological questions and asking for my opinion and explaination on various points. We ended up talking about many issues like free will, total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, original sin, open theism, etc. The debate went very well. I was able to answer all their questions and to pose objections they could not answer and rebuttals they could not refute. I brought the debate back to the focal point of the gospel by stressing God wants everyone to repent and be saved, that Jesus died for everyone to make this possible, and that men need to choose to repent and believe to be saved through Him.
There was a “Gay Pride Parade” in Atlanta that ended at a park, where there was a homosexual festival. We decided to take our banners, bullhorns, and Bibles to preach to all the thousands of people who would be participating, who need God. At first we were preaching at the gates of the park where people were going in. The local brothers who have preached this event in years past said that is where they always preached. But I noticed that there were thousands of people inside the park, that the park was public, and that there was no admission or entry free to get into this event. I suggested to the group that we go inside the park to preach, as that is where more people are.
Ruben Israel, a street preaching veteran who was part of the group, talked to the nearby Police who were watching us to make sure there would be no problems with us going into the park. Once he got the Green light that there would be no problems, we all marched through the park with our banners having our own parade. We recieved many “boo’s” and some were honking their car horns in protest of us. It seems that they want everyone to tolerate and accept their parade, but they don’t want to tolerate and accept ours. Our society says it is OK to stand for perversion, but not to stand for purity.
After our parade, we found a location where there were lots of homosexuals and people walking around. We decided to stop there and preach the gospel. We told them what the Bible says about the sin of homosexuality, warned them about the dangerous and costly consequences of their sin, and called them to repentance and faith in Christ. They were not happy that we were there but they gathered around us and heard the gospel anyways. The Police monitored the situation and never told us to leave, threaten us with arrest, or violate our rights. There were thousands of lost people there and all we had to do was show up and tell them the gospel. I don’t understand why more Christians do not do this.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
The University of North Texas is a campus that has been open for the purpose of free speech for years. I have been preaching on the campus since 2005. However, as many other campuses in Texas, they have now changed their policy to exclude any unwanted visitors with an unwanted message. I made sure by emailing the administration who wrote me back confirming that the free speech area’s on this public campus are no longer open and available for the public, but only students, faculty, staff, and invited guests.
When I found out about the policy change, I emailed the university administration, campus Police, city Police, city Major, and city attorney’s office.
This was my email:
A film student in North Carolina wanted to come to Texas to do a documentary about me. I arranged various campuses for us to go to. Since I was picking him up at the airport in Dallas, I thought it would be good for us to go to the University of North Texas.
When we arrived on campus he said he needed to set up his equipment so I should go on and start preaching without him. Five minutes later when he came to find me, I was surrounded by college girls, many of whom were wearing nothing but their bra’s and panties in public. He thought to himself, “What in the world is going on! I was only gone for the first five minutes.”
When I arrived on the city sidewalk that I planned on preaching from, I saw about 15-20 girls in the nearby free speech area wearing nothing but their bra’s and panties. They had signs that said things like, “Love Your Body.” They said it was Body Appreciation Day. I couldn’t believe it. I was provoked to anger and was indignant. I thought, “Well, it’s a good thing I came here today to preach and rebuke sin! I am so glad I have my GOD HATES SIN banner with me!”
When I first arrived on campus, even though there were 15-20 college girls wearing nothing but their underwear, they had not gathered a crowd. People would see them as they walked by but nobody was stopping. Of course, there was a very bad smell of body odor coming from them as well. I suspected that they were the lesbians of the campus. As they held up their signs, you could see a lot of arm pit hair.
When they saw my sign, they started heckling me. When I began preaching, they circled around me. It wasn’t long that the combination of girls in their underwear being confronted by a confrontational Bible preacher attracted a very large crowd. The film student estimated that we had 200 students at one point. The large crowd stayed consistent the whole time.
Eventually the girls went back to the free speech area. I suspected that they got bored, realized all the attention was on me, and was jealous that I hard a larger crowd than they did, because they all came back over again. Once again they circled around me but this time they started chanting everything you could imagine to drown out the preaching. It’s pretty good when a Bible preacher can draw a bigger crowd than college girls in their underwear, especially when they are both in the same area!
I thought it was amazing that people were saying to me, “Don’t you think there is a better way to go about this? Isn’t there a better way to share your message?” I said, “There are girls walking around in public wearing nothing but their underwear, and you think I should go about this a better way? I think that they should find a better way to share their message!”
As usual, the professing Christians I encountered on campus did not have any words of rebuke or confrontation for all of the blatant sin that was going on before their eyes. Instead, they rebuked and confronted me for preaching about sin, judgment, hell, repentance, etc. I told them that they were confronting the wrong person, they needed to turn around and confront the crowd.
Another Christian brother joined me on this outreach. He has been open air preaching for just a little while. He has been to campuses before with other open air preachers, but he said he had never seen a meeting before like the one that we had on UNT. The crowds were very large and verbally hostile. It was like we rattled the bee’s nest.
The end of the day was a little more calm and civil. We stopped open air preaching and began having one on one conversations about the gospel. That went much smoother. Some people say, “We’ll, why didn’t you minister like this the whole time?” The answer is that if it wasn’t for the open air preaching, these students wouldn’t be sticking around in groups to have one on one conversations with us.
TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE
I went to Tyler Junior College to preach on a rainy Friday afternoon. I did not suspect getting much of a crowd. There were only a few people walking around campus. Most students had already left campus. The acoustics in this area are very good. A loud voice really bounces off of the walls of the building, which makes it easy for everyone outside to hear what you are saying. There were people walking by at times and so we preached the gospel of Jesus Christ loud and hard for all to hear.
The location where we preach is also the smoking area of the campus. Even though we did not draw much of a crowd through preaching, since the campus was pretty dead, we still had people who listened on and off because they came to the area to smoke.
My friend got the day off of work because of the rain so he joined me on campus. He preached and was able to attract a crowd of maybe ten people at one point. There was also professing Christian, that I have seen before, who stayed and talked with us for a long time. At first he said he was unsure of the method that we were using but at the end of our conversation he said, “I want you to know that I think what you are doing is awesome.” I also thought it was good for the documentary to show that you can’t always expect to get a large crowd but that it is also very good to preach to the few.
LOUSIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
Preaching at LSU Shreveport went very well. I like preaching on this campus because you can simply walk on campus and start speaking in the free speech area. And there are steps for the students to sit on which helps in having a good meeting. These students have seen preaching before so they were not very rowdy this time. In fact, we have a very tamed and civil meeting. It consisted of questions and answers back and forth. There were some Christians on campus who told me that they appreciated what I was doing.
One professing Christian said that next time, I should try preaching the way Jesus did. Of course, I thought that is what I did. And I certainly quoted Jesus a lot in my preaching as well. I told him, “Well, next time that you preach, I would like to come and watch and learn. I would like you to show me how it ough to be, the way Jesus did it.” Of course, he had never preached before. It is easy to tell someone else an ideal of how it ought to be and quite another to get out there and try doing it yourself. He did say that he would accept my challenge and would preach on campus and that he would let me know when he does it. He called me on my cell phone the next day and said he is serious about taking my challenge and that he would also like to know the next time that I come back to preach. He said that he thought my preaching was good overall and very intelligent.
SHREVEPORT LA NIGHTLIFE
The best place to preach during the day time is typically a university or college campus. That is because on a campus you can attract large crowds of students who will talk with you about the Bible for hours. However, the best place to preach during the night time is typically the bars and clubs. Since the purpose of preaching is for the message to be heard by people, you need to go where the people are. The message of the gospel is for sinners. And it is at the bars and clubs at night time that you can find the sinners.
There is a large sidewalk under a bridge in downtown Shreveport which a lot of the people out for the night life use. There is also a nice wall next to that sidewalk which is perfect for an open air preacher to stand on and preach from. The night started out very slow. There were not many people out and about. The bars and clubs did not have long lines of people. It was a Friday night, which are not as busy as Saturday nights. However, the night started to pick up around 11:00 pm. One of the popular clubs started to have long lines of sinners waiting to party.
We went to the club that had the longest line of people in front of it. That club happened to be a primarily “Black Club.” Of course, race makes no difference to us. We want everyone to hear the gospel and be saved. But the people in line often accuse us of racism. They say things like, “Why aren’t you preaching in front of the white clubs?” The fact is, we do. We preach all over the place to all sorts of people. It just so happened that this club was the busiest and so we decided to preach there. There have been times when we have had a black brother on the preaching team with us during outreaches like this. I always thought that would help with the false accusation of racism. Instead, he is usually accused of being a traitor. I find that there is a lot of racism amongst black people. Being from the North, racism was very rare for me growing up. I can only remember meeting one racism person growing up. It really is a shock for me to find racist people in the south, both white and black.
Anyways, the brother who came with me stood across the street at first. I went all the way up to the line. I didn’t know why he was across the street. I thought, “The people are over here. This is where we need to preach!” After about forty five minutes or so, he came and joined me. He said that at first he was a bit scared. He said, “I was waiting for you to get shot.” Haha. Of course, I wasn’t scared. I felt very comfortable. These were the types of sinners I used to hang out with before I came to Christ. I know it’s possible for me to get shot, but I wasn’t really concerned about it being an eminent possibility.
The crowd was relatively tamed. They were laid back. I would get some response when I preached against “gangster rap music” and “ho’s backing it up in the club.” But compared to other places and clubs I have preached to, there was relatively little hostility or heckling at all. Only once did someone try to encourage another person to get violent. But that didn’t go anywhere. The most hostility that we received was from the club owner. He was a white guy and was very upset that we were there. He yelled at us, tried to make us leave, called the cops, etc. Nevertheless, we kept on preaching.
Eventually a Lieutenant with the Shreveport Police Department did arrive at the end of the night. This was the same Lieutenant who talked with me another night, claiming that there was a noise ordinance that forbad me preaching after midnight. That time he said if he saw me preaching after midnight, he would arrest me. He never did.
This night he tried to make us cross the street. I held my ground saying that it was a public sidewalk. He then said, “You are trying to debate people. You can’t debate with people.” I said, “Yes I can debate, it’s my right.” He said, “If I see you debating with people, you are going to the county jail.” I said, “Are you going to arrest them if they debate with me?” He said, “No.” At that point I should have said, “But we are debating right now.” The idea of debating being illegal in America is insane. I have a lawsuit with Shreveport right now that I hope will help set many of these problems straight. We did get our conversation with the Lieutenant on video tape. The student from North Carolina is going to be using it in his documentary.
Anyways, despite the threat of arrest and being thrown in jail, we stayed and continued preaching. The line in front of the club continued to grow. There were tons of people out that night to party and they could not help but to be confronted with the gospel! Praise God! We were not arrested, this time. We will see what happens in the future as we continue to street preach in Shreveport. So far the Shreveport Police have told me that city sidewalks were “private property,” that “debating is illegal,” that “you can’t preach after midnight,” and even, “you can’t talk anywhere in the city without a permit.” These Officers really need to take a course in Constitutional Law and First Amendment Rights. It would do the public some good, especially as these Officers gave an oath to protect our rights. But in my encounters with them, they keep trying to violate them! That’s not what they are paid for!
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I wanted to update everyone on how we are doing as a family and ministry. We greatly enjoyed traveling as a family this past fall semester to preach the gospel in the open air. We are back in Texas now and have been doing local outreaches to the area’s around here. Krista and I just celebrated our 6th year anniversary! My daughter Elizabeth is officially starting pre-school and my son Justice has started talking a lot!
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